Max Joseph

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Max Joseph
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Max Joseph at the European Premiere of 'We Are Your Friends'
Born
H. Maxwell Joseph

(1982-01-16) January 16, 1982 (age 37)
Alma materBrown University, 2004
OccupationFilmmaker, television host
TelevisionCatfish: The TV Show
Spouse(s)Priscila Joseph

H. Maxwell Joseph (born January 16, 1982) is an American filmmaker and television host.

From New York City, Joseph was both a host, with Nev Schulman, and the cameraman for Catfish: The TV Show.[1] Joseph was absent from Catfish for several episodes in the 4th season to make his feature film debut We Are Your Friends, starring Zac Efron and released in 2015.[2] Joseph has directed several films including 12 Years of DFA: Too Old To Be New, Too New To Be Classic, Garden of Eden, Let's Harvest the Organs of Death Row Inmates and several other productions.

Filmography[edit]

Films directed
Year Film Type Notes
2008 State of the Economy: Oil Addiction Documentary
2008 Good: Water Documentary
2008 Good: Immigration Documentary
2008 Good: Education Documentary
2008 Good: Alcohol Olympics Documentary
2009 Good: Atomic Alert Documentary
2009 Let's Harvest the Organs of Death Row Inmates Video short
2009 Good: The Green Hotel Video short
2009 Good: Animal Guns Video short
2010 Saab Story Documentary
2012 Garden of Eden Video short
2013 12 Years of DFA: Too Old To Be New, Too New To Be Classic Documentary
2015 We Are Your Friends Drama
2017 DICKS: Do you need to be one to be a successful leader?[3] Documentary

Joseph announced he will be leaving the popular MTV show, Catfish: The TV Show after 7 seasons co-hosting with Nev Schulman. Joseph's last episode aired on August 22, 2018.[4]

Television
Year Film Role Notes
2012–2018 Catfish: The TV Show Co-host and cinematographer Absent for 5 episodes due to We Are Your Friends

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Year Category Work Result Ref.
Teen Choice Award 2014 Choice TV Personality: Male Catfish: The TV Show Nominated [5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bentley, Jean (April 1, 2015). "Max Joseph Is Back on Catfish! But How Did Nev Schulman's Guest Hosts Fare During His Absence?". US Weekly Magazine. Retrieved 21 April 2015.
  2. ^ Bucksbaum, Sydney (January 10, 2015). "Is Max Joseph Leaving MTV's Catfish This Season?". E! Entertainment. Retrieved 21 April 2015.
  3. ^ Joseph, Max (Jun 1, 2017). "DICKS: Do you need to be one to be a successful leader?". YouTube. This is a question that has been eating away at me for a long time, so I decided to make a movie about it.
  4. ^ "'Catfish' Co-Star Max Joseph Bids Farewell to the Show After 7 Years | Feeling the Vibe Magazine". blog.feelingthevibe.com. Retrieved 2018-08-09.
  5. ^ "Teen Choice Awards: The Complete Winners List". Hollywood Reporter. August 10, 2014.

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