Posted by: Josey | February 22, 2021

Hello, you! I’m Josey, a NYC-based on-camera and voiceover actor, host, and singer-songwriter—and a travel and lifestyle writer/editor. You can watch a really dorky video with much more (too much?) about me, here and follow me on Instagram, Clubhouse, and Twitter @GoJoseyGo. I love email, so—whether you want to work together or just say hi—please reach out at joseymiller [at] yahoo. It would completely make my day. In the meantime…

COMMERCIAL VOICEOVER REEL:

ON-CAMERA HOSTING REEL:

SINGING SAMPLE:

COMEDY ACTING SAMPLE:

CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS.

CLICK HERE FOR WRITING CREDITS.

CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF PAST/UPCOMING APPEARANCES.

Posted by: Josey | August 26, 2021

Singing at the Red Lion This Sunday

3CABABF1-9CF0-495E-ABC5-7E137F2AF054I’m singing this Sunday Funday from 1pm to 4pm with Brian Halloran and Rodney Flood at the Red Lion on Bleecker Street, Greenwich Village, NYC (proof of vaccine required for entry). I’ve been missing that campfire feeling like crazy, and I just can’t wait for some ballads and belting. Hope to see you there!

And the hits just keep on comin’ for our Easterseals Disability Film Challenge project! Social Fitness is now an official selection of Indy Shorts, New Filmmakers LA, New Haven International Film Festival… and was just announced as a Lit Laughs International Comedy Festival finalist in the Best Film and Best Ensemble Cast categories. WHAT??

Update: We won Lit Laughs for Best Ensemble Cast. I repeat: WHAT??

Posted by: Josey | June 21, 2021

Voila, New Actor Headshots

Thank you, Peter Carrier, for these new headshots! Top to bottom, left to right, may I introduce… Little League Coach Mom Josey, Detective Josey, Lawyer/Doctor/Principal Josey, and I’ll-Take-a-Martini-Up-Very-Dirty-with-Olives-Please Josey:

Posted by: Josey | June 2, 2021

Another Virtual Music Collaboration

One lemonade-y pandemic positive? Virtual music collaborations. Brian Halloran and I have been performing together in NYC venues for years, but remote duets like this one — “Take It from an Old Man” from Sara Bareilles’s hit Broadway show “Waitress” — have been so much fun:

Posted by: Josey | May 6, 2021

Winners! Easterseals Disability Film Challenge

You guys, we did it! Our film won Best Awareness Campaign in the Easterseals Disability Film Challenge! Team Annatated, I’m so proud of us!

Update: Our film is featured on IMDb’s homepage today!

Posted by: Josey | April 16, 2021

Bad Theater Fest with Comedy Friends

175129545_10157691806291556_8454671789509472588_nI got to perform in Ronny Pascale’s comedy pilot live staged reading last night for Bad Theater Fest with these superstars. And, as you can see by the smiles on our faces, it was MISERABLE. Fun fact: Ronny was my first improv teacher at The PIT and he is the best.

Posted by: Josey | April 12, 2021

A 90-Second Semi-Serious Monologue

For an acting workshop I took this past week, the casting director/teacher tasked us with finding a new monologue where we could specifically give a real feel for the scene’s environment… then learn it and post it… all within a few hours. Ta da:

She suggested I purchase the ever-popular royal blue backdrop, and guess what: I’m now the proud owner of the ever-popular royal blue backdrop.

Posted by: Josey | March 27, 2021

2021 Easterseals Disability Film — Now Live

It was such a blast writing and acting in Anna Pakman’s 2021 Easterseals Disability Film Challenge project, and our #SocialFitnessMovie is now live! They sent everyone the assignment (mockumentary) last Tuesday, we were wrapped by Saturday, and we did it all virtually! Watch it here.


Shashi Bangera, Bree Klauser, Liz Simons, Liz Pritchard, BJ Lange, Jd Michaels, Eric Stafford, Mary von Aue, Anita Hollander, Sylvia Longmire, and Maysoon Zayid… 70% disabled actors/30% allies. 100% disabled crew. 75% disabled marketing team/25% ally. So proud of us!!!

Posted by: Josey | February 10, 2021

New Headshots

When your lovely photographer sends you a hundred photos of your head to choose from, you open the link with anticipation. How’d we do?? But inevitably the first dozen are your best impression of Jabba the Hut, the second dozen a la Lloyd in Dumb and Dumber, and panic starts to set in: Is this really what I look like?? (You’re so vain. You prob’ly think this post is about you…)

But you keep scrolling in a panic and then WHEW, okay, that looks more like me (ish).

Credit: Rashidah De Vore Photography

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