Netflix Movies Starring Joe Norman Shaw

Joe Norman Shaw was born in Anderson, Indiana, in 1957 to Norman and Mary Shaw. In 1966 he moved to Elgin, Illinois, and began acting at Kimball Jr. High School. In 1972 the family moved to the east end of Toronto (Scarborough), where Joe continued to act in plays, perform dramatic monologues and was active on the wrestling team at West Hill Collegiate Institute. After graduating from the Drama Department, University of Guelph, in 1981, Joe moved back to Toronto to pursue his career. His early work was in the theater and included an apprenticeship at The Shaw Festival (1985)and two seasons with the Stratford Festival ('87-'90). While in Toronto Joe appeared in numerous productions of new and innovative plays such as "The Dressing Gown" (Buddies in Bad Times),"As I" (Toronto Free Theatre), "Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love" (Crows Theatre)and the Fringe Festival hit, "I Slept with Tony Trouble: The Confessions of a Hollywood Hustler"- which later toured to London and the Edinburgh Festival. Read more on iMDB