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BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT

As the fresh face of some of the hottest products on the market, JOEL DAVID MOORE made his unique look one of the most recognizable in entertainment and has successfully arrived in Hollywood as an major film contender.

Moore started his film career with the role of "Owen" in the Fox feature Dodge ball also starring Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn, which enjoyed overwhelming success at the box office. Soon after, he stole the show in the Happy Madison produced Grandma's Boy and was a critic's favorite in Art School Confidential with veterans John Malkovich and Anjelica Huston. Other film appearances include the horror film Hatchet, drama/ fantasy film El Muerto and the comedy Hottie and the Nottie starring opposite Paris Hilton. He will next be seen in the highly anticipated James Cameron helped Avatar. 

More recently he started extending his skills behind the camera, helming two major films as director. In his first directorial undertaking, Moore stars in the dramatic comedy Miles From Home a short film following the mishaps of an awkward couple. In his feature directorial debut, Moore captures the introverted world of a disturbed artist in the drama/suspense story Spiral. In this project, Moore attained the rare feat of writing, directing and starring in a major feature film. 

Moore has also become a fixture on the small screen with a lead role on the NBC drama "LAX", and guest roles on hits shows such as "E-Ring", "Boston Public", "Six Feet Under", and "Angel". 

In 2000, upon his arrival to Los Angeles, Moore immediately began working, securing several national commercials over the ensuing two years. His face could be seen in such high profile spots as McDonalds, Best Buy, Kohls, Ebay, and Cingular Wireless. Additionally, as the face of the international campaign for Sieman's cell phones, Moore helped earn the promotion a prestigious Lion Award.

Passionate about the importance of the arts and creativity in the community, Moore volunteers his time to "Dreamcenter", an organization that creates theater and musical programs for people in the inner cities of Los Angeles.

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