Posted by: Josey | February 22, 2021

Hello, you! I’m Josey, a NYC-based on-camera and voiceover actor (actor? actress?), host, and singer-songwriter—and a travel/parenting/lifestyle writer/editor. Not to brag, but I’m also a neighborhood pumpkin-carving contest champion, survivor of a great white shark cage dive, very good at walking on my hands “for my age,” and I will crush you like a grape in Wordle. 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 [dot com]. It would completely make my day. In the meantime…








Why do I love volunteering for Best Friends? (Let me count the ways.) Is giving a pet as a gift a terrible idea? (The answer may surprise you.) Is Marysol’s dog acting strange because Mercury is in Petrograde? (I have a different theory.) And those are just a few of the questions I may or may not address in this info-jam-packed segment on PIX 11… all in the spirit of the holidays.

Why do cats make such wonderful pets? Why is now the perfect time to adopt? Why is Sara’s pink jumpsuit so cute? Those are just a few of the questions I may or may not answer in this segment on New York Live… all in the spirit of National Cat Day.

NY Live’s Sara Gore welcomed me, Hannah from Best Friends Animal Society, and kittens Casper, Bernard, and—are you sitting down?—Multigrain (best name ever) last week. Next TV set stop: the WPIX morning show. We’ll be there bright and early tomorrow for another opportunity to spread the word about this incredible organization and their adoptable pets.

Posted by: Josey | October 5, 2022

My Latest Essay: Fostering a Dog for Best Friends

6d3d70cb-01bf-48fb-8d7a-2c5041602c4d_1_105_cBest Friends Animal Society asked me to contribute an essay about my experience as a first-time dog foster. Fostering a dog (Tres in particular) was full of surprises–and maybe the story will surprise you, too. To read it, click here now.

Not sold yet? Hmm… Well, does it help that there are also some super-adorable before and after photos and videos of her in the article? I mean, who doesn’t love cute dogs?


Posted by: Josey | June 15, 2022

NYC Acting School This Summer: Stella Adler

I started walking the hallowed halls at my acting home for the summer, Stella Adler Studio New York City. And, while I may not be a super-chill person, I definitely got the chills: classes covering improv storytelling, social issue debate, prop work, scene study = too cool for school! If you need me, I’ll be the nerd feverishly scribbling notes in my memo pad. With intention.

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!

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