Joseph Mazzello OR

Joseph Mazzello OR

Joseph Mazzello


Joseph Mazzello is a screenwriter, director and producer who has written and directed the film, Princess Trishna. Incidentally, he’s worked in various Hollywood mediums for over 30 years and is the recipient of multiple awards and recognitions.


In 2010, Mazzello played Dustin Moskovitz, one of the co-founders of Facebook in the David Fincher-directed film The Social Network. His performance was well received by critics and he and the cast were nominated for several awards. During this, he played Eugene Sledge on the mini-series The Pacific. Mazzello went on to appear in G.I. Joe: Retaliation as G.I. Joe operative Mouse in 2013. He also starred as John Deacon in the 2018 Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody.

www.rottentomatoes.com)Growing up in the shadow of New York City, Joseph Mazzello got into acting at a young age, making his first appearance at the age of 7 in the Harrison Ford-starring "Presumed Innocent" (1990). He followed that up with a succession of films featuring directing and acting legends, most prominently as one of the children from Steven Spielberg's "Jurassic Park" (1993). He also worked with Richard Donner in "Radio Flyer" (1992), Anthony Hopkins in "Shadowlands" (1993), and Meryl Streep in "The River Wild" (1994). He returned to Jurassic Park for a brief appearance in "The Lost World" (1997), but then slowed down his burgeoning acting career by going to University of Southern California to study film. After graduation and some time exploring writing and directing, his next big role was the lead in the Spielberg-produced World War II miniseries "The Pacific" (HBO 2010). The same year, he also had a major role in the acclaimed David Fincher film "The Social Network" (2010) as Dustin Moskovitz. Over the next few years, Mazzello was active across a number of projects, including appearances in "Justified" (FX 2010-15), "Person of Interest" (CBS 2011-16), and "Elementary" (CBS 2012- ) as well as a role in "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" (2013). He portrayed Queen's bassist John Deacon in the Rami Malek-starring biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody" (2018). (Source:



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