Joseph Culp

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Joseph Culp
Born (1963-01-09) January 9, 1963 (age 54)
Los Angeles, California
Occupation Actor
Years active 1983–present

Joseph Culp (born January 9, 1963) is an American actor. He is the son of actor Robert Culp[1] and his second wife, Nancy Ashe.[2]

Joseph Culp appeared in a recurring role as Archie Whitman, the depression-era father of Jon Hamm's character Don Draper in the critically acclaimed AMC series Mad Men. He was the first actor ever to play Doctor Doom in the first film version of Marvel Comics' The Fantastic Four. He also narrated a film called: September 11-The New Pearl Harbor made by Massimo Mazzucco.[3]

Culp also featured in the neo-noir detective video game, L.A. Noire, as Walter Robbins in the homicide case "The Studio Secretary Murder".

He co-founded the Walking-In-Your-Shoes technique with Joseph Cogswell, a body-mind approach.[4][5] In 1992, he and Cogswell founded the Walking Theatre Group based in Los Angeles.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Santa Monica Mirror interview
  2. ^ "IMDb Joseph Culp Biography". IMDb. Retrieved 23 October 2016. 
  3. ^ Internet Movie Database
  4. ^ Walking-In-Your-Shoes history
  5. ^ “Walking-In-Your-Shoes: Toward Integrating Sense of Self with Sense of Oneness” 1993 article by John Cogswell, Journal of Humanistic Psychology
  6. ^ Walking Theatre Group bio

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