Joseph is known for his incisive and complex performances, he recently starred in the New York premiere of Foul Shots by Raymond J. Barry. His film credits include leading roles in Alan J. Pakula's Dream Lover and Monte Hellman's Iguana as well as The Arrival, The Fantastic Four, Assault on Dome 4 and The Secret Life of Houses for PBS. He was featured in HBO's Full Eclipse and Ron Howard's Apollo 13. Joseph won critical acclaim at the San Francisco Film Festival for his performance in The Artificial Feast, an adaptation of the Knut Hamsun novel, Hunger, which he also co-produced with director Maria Giese and which featured his father, veteran actor Robert Culp. Currently he is producing and starring in the romantic comedy, Death of Aquatic Girl, a live-action/animation feature to hit festivals later this year. Joseph's New York theatre credits include Children of Darkness (opposite Ron Leibman) at the Actor's Studio and A Step Out of Line at HB Playwrights. In Los Angeles he starred in Tennessee Williams' Summer and Smoke, directed by the late Kenneth Macmillan and A Wilder Evening Six Short Works by Thornton Wilder, which he produced and directed. For his stunning work in Jason Miller's Nobody Hears a Broken Drum, Joseph received the Los Angeles Drama-Logue Award.