Edit
Joe Estevez Poster

Biography

Jump to: Overview (3) | Mini Bio (1) | Spouse (2) | Trivia (8) | Personal Quotes (2)

Overview (3)

Date of Birth 13 February 1946Dayton, Ohio, USA
Birth NameJoseph Estevez
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Joe Estevez' first time on the stage was as a 6-year-old playing the "Evil Inn Keeper" in a Christmas Nativity play, and as an actor he has never looked back. Born the last of ten children to an Irish immigrant mother and a Spanish immigrant father, Joe was raised in Dayton Ohio to be a factory worker but he had other plans for himself, and two hundred and thirty some films later Joe feels his decision was correct.

For most actors the road is never easy, but through perseverance, faith and talent Joe has become an accomplished actor, and in Hollywood today he is one of the busiest actors for one reason: He is one of the best at what he does. Joe can be seen weekly on the T.V. series "Hollywood Joe" and as the host of the critically acclaimed Faith Film Festival in N.Y.C. And if you want to read about Joe, pick up a copy of his book "Wiping off the Sheen".

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Randy Benzie

Spouse (2)

Constance Estevez (August 2004 - present)
? (? - ?) (divorced) (3 children)

Trivia (8)

Younger brother of Martin Sheen.
If you think you recognize Martin Sheen's distinctive voice in a voice-over, it could be Joe's. He has done voice-over work for many commercials and television.
Appeared in two Nico Mastorakis films: The Zero Boys (1986) and Terminal Exposure (1987).
Starred in two movies featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000 (1988): Werewolf (1995) and Soultaker (1990).
Brother-in-law of Janet Sheen.
Father of Amanda Estevez, Casey Estevez and Angela Estevez.
Was considered for the role of Jay Pritchett on Modern Family (2009).

Personal Quotes (2)

When somebody else is suffering, you should be suffering. And you only find relief in giving them relief. That is what being a human being is about. A human being is not about having more than somebody else, or being in comfort while somebody else suffers.
I am basically a socialist. And I don't know where that became a bad word. And I don't know when in the hell capitalism became a good word. People don't understand. A capitalist...will take every fucking penny you've got and then kick you to the curb and go to somebody else that's got money. It's supposed to be a good thing, as if our founding fathers who signed the Declaration of Independence welcome in capitalism as a way to run this society. That's not the way it was and that's not the way it should be right now.

See also

Other Works | Publicity Listings | Official Sites | Contact Info

Contribute to This Page