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Joey Travolta on CAROL OF THE BELLS



Born into a show business family, Joey began his career as a performer in 1978 as a recording artist with Casablanca Records and starring in the feature film, Sunnyside (1979). Joey has directed and produced over 20 films, including the critically acclaimed Enemies of Laughter (2000). In 2005, Joey produced the documentary Normal People Scare Me while mentoring a fifteen-year-old boy with autism who directed the film. Inspired by that experience, Joey developed the curriculum for Inclusion Films, a program that has served hundreds of aspiring filmmakers.

Before he made it on the big screen, Joey worked as a special education teacher in New Jersey.

I had Joey on the show today to talk about his latest film CAROL OF THE BELLS, you can find more information on the film and its release by going to inclusionfilms.com. To hear my conversation with Joey, click play on the embedded player below:


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