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John J. Powers

A native New Yorker, John Powers grew up on Long Island. He attended a small liberal arts college in the Northeast, and fell in love with the thrill of live performance art. His quick wit and slightly askew view of the world lend his comedy to exaggerated, abstract yet obvious truths. John played the lead roles in shorts: Tuesday, Dark Light, The ... See full bio »

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Emo Joe
Emo Joe Director
(2011)
Tuesday
Tuesday Crime Boss
(2013)

Filmography

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 2013/I Tuesday (Short)
Crime Boss (as John Powers)
 2012 Venereal Disease (Hey There Delilah Parody) (Video short)
Man with Disease (as John Powers)
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 2011 Emo Joe (Video short) (as John Powers)
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 2011 Emo Joe (Video short) (as John Powers)
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 2012 Venereal Disease (Hey There Delilah Parody) (Video short) (as John Powers)
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 2012 Venereal Disease (Hey There Delilah Parody) (Video short) (as John Powers)
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 2012 Venereal Disease (Hey There Delilah Parody) (Video short) (executive producer - as John Powers)
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 2011 Emo Joe (Video short)
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Personal Quote:

I don't say "no" to drugs. My drugs never ask me "yes" or "no" questions. People are still calling this year "twenty-thirteen"... let's just call it 13. I'm not into camping. People always get in tents. If a whorehouse has a good reputation, do they call it a House of Well-Repute? I went to a support group for hypochondriacs and left with more shit than I went in with. Got an offer from the ... See more »

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