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Born 27th April 1974 in Berkshire, England
Home Hertfordshire, England
Education Actor training at the Rose Bruford College in London.
Hair Colour Dark Brown
Eye Colour Brown
Height 6' 2
Family 2 young children from first marriage.
Married Sarah-Jane Potts 31st December 2013
Interests Associate Artist of the RSC
Patron of Fire Under The Horizon
Loves football, skateboarding, is a vegetarian
Awards 2002, Winner, Hamilton Deane Award, The Lifted Veil
2003, Nominated, Ian Charlston Award, As You Like It
2011, Winner, Best Supporting Actor in a Musical, What's On Stage Awards, Love Never Dies
Agent / Voice Agent UK
Roger Charteris,
Ken McReddie Associates Limited
101 Finsbury Pavement
76 Oxford Street
London Voice Boutique

Downloadable voice-reel here

Agent US LINK Entertainment
Ben Levine

Born in Berkshire in 1974, Joseph initially came to public attention as Dr Sam Morgan in the long running medical drama Peak Practice; although he has since appeared in a large number of films, TV series and theatre productions.

He consistently receives amazing reviews for all his stage roles; including the superlative RSC stage production of Much Ado About Nothing, Stephen Fry's Cinderella, Hamlet at Stafford Castle, Every Good Boy Deserves Favour at the National Theatre, The Fairy Queen at Glyndebourne, Judgment Day at The Almeida, The Priory at the Royal Court Theatre, and Macbeth, in 2013, at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. Other notable stage roles include Raoul in Love Never Dies, Macbeth in the 2013 Globe Theatre production, Mr Foote's Other Leg at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, the title role in the RSC's The Rover - winning best actor in the 2017 UK Theatre Awards, and two roles in Apologia at the Trafalgar Studios.

On the big screen, Joseph has been seen in the Bond film Casino Royale and in The Dead 2: India. On TV, Joseph could be seen in the Doctor Who spin-off series Sarah Jane Adventures for the BBC, Channel 4 comedy series Campus, and was series regular Luc Hemingway in BBC 1's long running medical drama Holby City until January 2013. More recently, as well as various guest TV roles, Joseph was last seen on television in BBC2 drama series Banished and The Last Kingdom, and Channel 5's Eight Days That Made Rome.  

Joseph has recorded a huge number Radio 3 and 4 plays in recent years, including Danton's Death, The Hireling, Pink Boy Blue Girl, Life and Fate and Buddenbrooks. The Real George Orwell series for BBC Radio 4 had Joseph broadcasting for 14 days straight in February 2013 as he narrated stories, plays, and also took the part of Eric Blar. For this he was nominated in the 2013 BBC Audio Awards.