Introducing... Joe Herrera
Joe studied theater at Brooklyn College where he collaborated in various projects alongside with Oscar award winner, F. Murray Abraham. Joe studied with Janice Cavalier as a trained Tenor, and has also studied Dance at the Broadway Dance Center in NYC. He has continued to hone his craft in Orlando, FL with actor/instructor Rus Blackwell who co-starred in the film "Monster" starring Charlize Theron, at the Actor's School.
Joe Herrera is a proud member of the Actors Equity Association, AFTRA, and is also SAG eligible. His credits, just to name a few, include Off-Broadway productions with Elizabeth Swados' "The Hating Pot", Director Curtiss Cook's "The Resting Place", Ralph Lee's "Heart of the Earth: A Popol Vuh Story" along with actors, Wilson J. Heredia; from the Tony Award winning production “Rent”, and David Norona from “Lipstick Jungle”. Some local work included "Arabian Nights Dinner Attraction", and "Ferdinand The Bull" a TheatreWorksUSA tour. An Independent film, "The Girl in the Watermelon" alongside Actress Meredith Scott Lynn and Actor, Lazaro Perez which was directed by Sergio Castilla. On PBS' TV series "Ghostwriter", Joe played "Quincy", the parapalegic/former gang member who inspires his brother to stay off the streets; plus some small stint roles on "America's Most Wanted" and "Law & Order".