Joe Prospero lives in West London. Through his association with Young 'Uns Agency, Joe has worked extensively in film, television and theater. The highlights of his television career include playing the leading role of 'Edward' with Albert Finney in My Uncle Silas, and the lead 'Dillon' in Ian Hislop and Nick Newman's BBC1 Sitcom, My Dad's the Prime Minister - the second series of which shoots this summer. Joe has also appeared in the BBC's acclaimed modern day adaptation of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, with Jonny Lee Miller in The Pardoner's Tale, with John Thaw in the ITV drama The Glass, and in several episodes of the popular police drama The Bill. For the cinema, Joe has appeared with Steven Berkoff and Simon Callow in Hans Christian Andersen and has appeared as 'Luke' in Hanif Kureshi's Intimacy. In the West End, Joe played 'Michael Darling' in the Savoy Theatre production of Peter Pan, which starred Anthony Head as 'Captain Hook'.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2004.
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