JOSEPH CULP Actor/Filmmaker - He is the first actor to ever play Marvel super-villain “Doctor Doom” in The Fantastic Four. As an actor and filmmaker he won international critical acclaim for his performance as the starving writer in the award-winning film Hunger, an adaptation of Nobel winner Knut Hamsun’s 1890 existentialist masterpiece, which he also produced. Hunger is the first digital feature film to be based on a classic work of literature and won Best Feature awards at Moondance Film Festival and FAIF Film Festivals. Joseph also produced and co-starred in the award-winning indie feature The Reflecting Pool, the first investigative drama to challenge the official version of the 9/11 attacks. Called the ”All The President’s Men of its time”, the controversial film screened internationally to rave reviews, garnering a Columbine Award at Moondance Film Festival and a Special Jury Prize at Chicago’s Polish Film Festival. Joseph directed the short film TRACES , a drama about two desperate women on the run, an official selection at Nordkapp Film Festival in Norway, Palm Springs International, Tucson, and Hollywood Film Festivals. He produced and co-starred in Voice of Life by Knut Erik Jensen, which won Grand Prix at Northern Character Festival in Murmansk, Russia. He recently wrote, directed and co-starred in Welcome to the Men’s Group, a comedy-drama based on the men’s movement.
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