Joe lo truglio

Joe lo truglio

Joe lo truglio

joe lo truglio is an ordinary bostonian by day, and by night, he is a spooky cryptid, tracking down lost toys after teaching their hidden histories at the children's museum.


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Joseph Lo Truglio was born in the Ozone Park neighborhood of Queens, New York, on December 2, 1970.

Joe Lo Truglio may not have been the flashiest member of the '90s sketch comedy troupe The State, but his amiable goofiness and try-anything approach has served him well. After joining the NYU-based group in the late 1980s, Lo Truglio made the jump from stage to screen, appearing in all three seasons of the group's groundbreaking show "The State" (MTV, 1992-95). Lo Truglio's dry, sarcastic nature found him work as a character actor on such shows as the Comedy Central sketch series "Upright Citizen's Brigade" (1998-2000) before he reunited with many of his former State cast members in the cult summer comedy "Wet Hot American Summer" (2001). After a string of appearances on "Wainy Days" (My Damn Channel, 2007- ), Lo Truglio turned in a memorable role in the blockbuster hit "Superbad" (2007), and produced and starred in the soap opera parody "Horrible People" (My Damn Channel, 2008). The late 2000s saw Lo Truglio expand even farther. He portrayed a manic driver in the breakout hit "Superbad," and was cast opposite Paul Rudd as an enthusiastic role-playing knight in "Role Models" before playing a nosy teacher in "Pineapple Express." That same year he teamed up with "The Ten" actor A.D. Miles to produce and star in "Horrible People," a web series that parodied soap opera excess. He returned to the big screen with a supporting role as an inept police officer in the alien buddy comedy "Paul" (2011) and bared all as a commune member in "Wanderlust" (2012) before joining Ken Marino's dating parody series "Burning Love" (E! 2013-14) and voicing a drunken toy soldier in the animated hit "Wreck-It Ralph" (2012). In 2013, Lo Truglio scored his highest profile television role yet as hapless New York police detective Charles Boyle in the squadroom comedy "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" (Fox 2013-18; NBC 2018- ), starring Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher. (Source: www.rottentomatoes.com)

Lo Truglio is married to the highly talented and popular Beth Dover, of Orange Is the New Black fame. The two married in April of 2014, and now have a son named Eli. Interestingly, the two skilled actors have combined their talents on several productions. This includes the Brooklyn Nine-Nine episode “Fancy Brudgom,” and in Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp. While many people find it difficult to combine work and relationships, it seems that this power couple enjoy sharing the screen. This may be one of the most talented and underrated celebrity couples around today. (Source: tvovermind.com)


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