Joshua Carlon

Joshua Carlon



Joshua Carlon is a multi-talented writer, director, and actor best known for his work on the hit television show, Riverdale. Born in New York City, Carlon developed a passion for the arts at a young age and began studying film and television production at the New York Film Academy. After graduating from the Academy, Carlon went on to direct several short films, which were showcased at film festivals around the world.

In 2016, Carlon made his television debut with the series Riverdale, which he directed and served as a producer. The show quickly gained popularity and has since become one of the most-watched series on television. While on the show, Carlon directed several episodes and was nominated for a Directors Guild of America Award for his work on the series.

In addition to his success on the small screen, Carlon has also directed a feature-length film. In 2019, he helmed the comedy-drama, I’m No Longer Here, which won the U.S. Dramatic Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. The film follows the story of a Mexican teenager who is forced to leave his home and flee to the United States.

Carlon is also an actor, having appeared in a variety of films and television shows. He is perhaps best known for his roles on the show The Fosters, and in the films I’m No Longer Here and The Last Summer. In addition, Carlon has also appeared in several theater productions in New York City.

Apart from his film and television career, Carlon is also an active philanthropist. He often works with various charities and organizations, including the United Nations Foundation, to help those in need.

Joshua Carlon is an inspiring and multi-talented artist whose work has made a big impact on the entertainment industry. With his talent and passion for storytelling, Carlon continues to create amazing works of art that inspire and entertain.

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