Joseph Fuqua

Joseph Bernard Fuqua (born May 3, 1962 in Washington, D.C.) is an American actor and playwrite. Joseph's parents were Brig. Gen. Stephen Ogden Fuqua Jr. (1911–1999) and Mary Ann Sherman Verspoor (1926–1967). Joseph's father remarried in 1969 to Frances Huston Spackman (née Hathaway), who adopted him 1971. At this point Joseph was the youngest of ten children. Joseph's grandfather was Maj. Gen. Stephen Ogden Fuqua (1874–1943), who was Chief of Infantry under President Herbert Hoover, and his great uncle was Henry L. Fuqua, Governor of Louisiana before Huey Long. Joseph attained his Actor's Equity card after a two year internship with The Cincinnati Playhouse in the park (this after three years at James Madison University). Joseph received his graduate level training at Yale Drama School and moved back to New York City upon graduation. He joined The Cuccaracha Theater of Soho and spent six years as a company member. He is perhaps best known for his role as J.E.B. Stuart in the films Gettysburg and Gods and Generals. Joseph also appears in the film David Searching opposite Camryn Manheim. He also has an uncredited appearance as a stock broker in Ed's Next Move.


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