When Joe Starr headlines nightclubs, casinos, and theaters across America and Canada, he brings with him over twenty years of experience and a healthy respect for show biz history.  He has worked with a host of comedic luminaries such as Jay Leno, Robert Klein, Pat Cooper, Soupy Sales, and Jeff Dunham, just to name a few.  His stand-up has been featured in Montreal’s Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, the New York City Underground Comedy Festival, and the Amsterdam Comedy Festival. 

Acting was a natural progression for Joe when he appeared in the opening scene of the powerful 2006 film World Trade Center, directed by Oliver Stone and starring Nicholas Cage.  Since then, Joe’s acting credits have included starring opposite Christopher McDonald in the ESPN-produced television mini-series The Bronx is Burning, playing Barnaby in the Steven Spielbeg/Peter Jackson feature film saga The Adventures of Tin Tin, and appearing in the comedy blockbuster Date Night, starring Steve Carell and Tina Fey.  Currently, Joe can be seen as a series regular in Kevin James’s new CBS comedy Kevin Can Wait.

Joe appears regularly at some of the nations top comedy clubs including The Improv, The Funny Bone, Zanies, and Catch A Rising Star.  His instantly recognizable face and a style that melds old and new make him at once singular, uncommon, familiar, and unique.