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Joe DeRosa has established himself as a prominent figure in the world of comedy and entertainment, boasting an impressive career with numerous accomplishments. Joe has become a household name in comedy circles with six stand-up albums that have secured top-ten chart positions.
His comedic prowess extends beyond the stage, as evidenced by his multitude of performances on television, radio, and comedy clubs across the United States and around the globe. In 2017, Joe showcased his talents in his most recent one-hour special, "You Let Me Down," which premiered on Comedy Central. He performed, wrote, and directed the special, showcasing his versatility in the comedic realm.
Joe DeRosa's on-screen presence includes a recurring role on AMC's "Better Call Saul," where he portrayed the character of Dr. Caldera, a crooked veterinarian. In addition to his acting career, Joe is a seasoned host, leading two widely followed podcasts. "We'll See You In Hell," co-hosted with Patrick Walsh, focuses on reviewing genre movies, while "Taste Buds" is a food debate show co-hosted with "Impractical Jokers'" Sal Vulcano. The latter podcast is distributed through their co-owned No Press Productions Network.
His diverse range of credits includes appearances on "Inside Amy Schumer," "Louie," "Bored to Death," and "Chelsea Lately." Joe has also left his mark in the gaming world with a role in "Grand Theft Auto V." Two half-hour Comedy Central specials further solidifying his seasoned comedian status.
Beyond performing, Joe DeRosa has showcased his talents behind the scenes, having written, directed, and starred in a series of web shorts. His writing contributions have been featured on HBO's "Crashing," Comedy Central's "Jeff and Some Aliens," and Netflix's "Wet Hot American Summer," as well as "The Pete Holmes Show."
With a diverse portfolio of achievements, Joe DeRosa continues to captivate audiences with his humor and creative endeavors across various mediums in the entertainment industry.