Joe started as a broadcaster while still in high school in his home state of Connecticut. Radio took him to Washington, DC and eventually Los Angeles where he began his voice over career, finding success in movie trailers and then network television. Joe is best known as the “voice” of Fox, joining the network in the late 1980s and continuing as its signature voice into the next Millennium. While working for Fox, Joe was also brought on to voice the comedy promos for the CBS Network and the dramas at NBC.
In the past several years Joe has been the “live” announcer for many of television’s biggest events such as the prestigious Grammy Awards, Primetime Emmy Awards and more.
He is the image voice of top radio stations in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and other cities all across the US and Canada.
Joe continues voicing promos for both broadcast and cable networks and is the in-show announcer for Deal or No Deal, Hollywood Game Night, America’s Got Talent and many other shows.
He is a Founding Member of the Don LaFontaine Voice Over Lab at the SAG Actors Center. The Lab provides the use of their state-of-the-art studios and voice over workshops to actors at no cost.
In 2010 Joe was awarded the very first Don LaFontaine Legacy Award which recognizes a voice of impact in the industry. Through the criteria of character, longevity, talent, professionalism and the passion for giving back, the voting committee agreed that Joe embodies all of these qualities.