Joseph Culliton

Biography

ate of Birth 25 January 1948, Boston, Massachusetts, USA Mini Biography Joseph Culliton is a third generation American actor. He has had the privilege of acting opposite some legendary names in his profession. His first job in motion pictures was in "Cahill, U.S. Marshall" starring John Wayne, who personally guided Joseph through his first days on a movie set. As a young man in the theatre, Joseph played opposite Richard Chamberlain, James Earl Jones, Van Johnson, Cesar Romero, Martha Raye, Allan Jones, and Joseph Cotten with whom he toured for three seasons. While pursuing a career in New York, Culliton appeared on Broadway in "South Pacific," "Broadway," and Gore Vidal's "The Best Man." Off-Broadway, he acted with Al Pacino and Martin Sheen in the New York Shakespeare Festival's "Julius Caesar." He also had recurrent roles on "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," and featured roles on "Law and Order," "Strangers with Candy," "Late Night with Conan O'Brien," as well as in the theatrical release "Somebody Killed Her Husband." Since relocating to Los Angeles, Joseph has appeared recurrently on "General Hospital" and in films including "The Deadbeat," "September 12," "Return to Sender," and "Courtesy Call." He also impersonated "Donald Rumsfeld" in the award winning web series "Fun With War Crimes." Joseph's regional theatre credits are extensive and include the Guthrie, Ahmanson Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, Kennedy Center, and the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C. For the LA based Independent Shakespeare Company, he directed and acted in acclaimed productions of "Richard II" and "Henry IV."

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Cahill U.S. Marshal

Red Hair (uncredited)

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Darkness in Tenement 45

Abrahem

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Rendezvous mit Leiche

Night Doorman

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J. Edgar

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Darkness in Tenement 45

Abrahem

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J. Edgar

Credit Director

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Rendezvous mit Leiche

Night Doorman

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Cahill U.S. Marshal

Red Hair (uncredited)

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