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Joe Dalo is a Los Angeles based actor, comedian, writer, producer and is also known behind the scenes as a legend in hidden camera reality shows.

Joe's first professional acting job was the role of Michael Just in Tony and Tina's Wedding in Philadelphia, which he then transferred to Off-Broadway, Japan, and the 1st National Tour.

Following his success in theater, Joe transitioned into stand-up comedy, quickly rising through the ranks to become a headliner at the 1996 Edinburgh festival and winning Comic of the Month at Comic Strip Live in NYC.

Throughout his career, Joe's talents extended beyond performing as he found success behind the scenes, notably as a special effects designer for projects like Jackass 3D. He was also the co-host of The Disney Channel's Code: 9, showcasing both his technical knowledge and onscreen charisma.

In addition to his work in television and film, Joe starred as the villain, Aytas, in the comedy-horror film The Painting, the Art of Slaying and created and starred in the web series, Dummy.


Currently residing in Hollywood with his wife, Renee, and their pets, Joe continues to pursue his passion for entertainment, leaving a lasting impact both on and off the screen.

"Joe Dalo is a rising star in the comedy world. His quick wit and relatable humor had me laughing from start to finish."

"I had the pleasure of seeing Joe Dalo live and he did not disappoint. His ability to connect with the audience is truly impressive."

The Laugh Review

"Joe Dalo is one of the funniest comedians I have ever seen. He has a unique perspective on life that is both hilarious and thought-provoking."

The Comedy Insider

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