Joe Praml - Reading Traditional and Modern Irish Poetry PDF Print E-mail

A St. Paul native; spent 14 years in London working on stage, film, television and radio as an actor, writer and director.  Credits include BBC-TV's Alec Guinness production of Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy and Smiley's People.  In Los Angeles, he has worked as an actor in TV and film and as a director in local LA theater, where he won a Hollywood Drama-Logue Award for Directing.  He left the entertainment business in the mid-80's and became involved as a community organizer and is a founding member of the Coalition for Economic Survival's Tenants Rights Clinic, where people come for free legal advice.  Two years ago, he returned to the entertainment business as a reader of poetry at theater, libraries, festivals and colleges.  Last year, he directed a play at the Raven Playhouse, North Hollywood Arts District to excellent reviews.  He is a member of British Actors Equity, Screen Actors Guild, Dramatists Guild of America and the International James Joyce Foundation.

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