Joe Cipriano is a film, television and commercial actor who was born on October 3, 2001 in Detroit, Michigan. Joe is best known for Detroiters (2018), Chicago Med (2017), Go North (2017), Wild Faith (2017), The Rake (2017), Dead Quiet (2018), 40 Nights (2016), Age of Ice (2014) and Melon Head (2013). Joe's acting career began in the theater after watching his sister (Niki Cipriano) in her theater performance. Deciding himself to give acting a try at the age of 8, Joe was cast as Sandy the dog in the play Annie. His version of Sandy was mangy and infested with fleas. Joe's incessant scratching of fleas during the performances had the auditorium in stitches, and led Joe down his path in entertainment. It also caught the attention of a talent agent in the audience, who later signed both Joe and his sister. Joe enjoys traveling the United States to film, and meeting and working with other talented actors. He also enjoys reading scripts, and having the opportunity to see the world in a new perspective through the eyes of the characters he plays.