Joey D'Auria

Joey J. D'Auria (born May 18, 1952) is an American actor and a voice actor. He is best known for his role as Bozo the Clown in the Bozo Show. He is also known as J.W. Terry, Joseph J. Terry, and Joseph W. Terry.

Biography

New York City native Joey D'Auria is best known for his role in WGN-TV Chicago's The Bozo Show from 1984 to 2001. D'Auria was hired after a long search for the next Bozo in part because his improvisational skills were very good. D'Auria also blended well with Roy Brown, who said he knew right away that D'Auria would be a hit after telling him he had broken his arm in three places and getting a response of, "Then don't go in those three places!" D'Auria played Bozo until the show's cancellation in 2001.

Roles

Anime roles

Non anime roles

  • Betsy's Kindergarten Adventures – Mr. Twilly (the postman)
  • Stan Lee's The Condor – Assorted Voices
  • Funny Face Gang – Loudmouth Lime, Captain Black Cherry
  • The Mr. Men Show – Mr. Per(s)nickety/Mr. Fussy (US only), Mr. Scatterbrain, Mr. Rude, Narrator (US only) (credited under the name "Joseph J. Terry")
  • Space Racers – Vulture, Coot (credited under the name "Joseph J. Terry")
  • The Tom and Jerry Show – Butch Cat

Live action roles

Movie roles

  • A Turtle's Tale 2: Sammy's Escape from Paradise – Moray Eel Philippe (credited under the name "Joseph W. Terry")
  • The Butler Did It – Mr. Starky
  • Charming – Mr. Bloodpool
  • Curious George – Assorted Voices
  • Godmother May I – Richard
  • The Greatest Story Of All Time – Zedediah
  • Pickle Power – Mr. Grondower
  • Play Ball – Umpire
  • Strung Out – Uncle Sid
  • The Three Putz – Benny
  • The Toy Warrior – Gramps

Video game roles

Theatre

  • Laughter on the 23rd Floor – Max Prince, The Briar St Theater, Chicago (1995); The Long Beach Playhouse (2005)
  • The Proposal – Chubukov, ARTA, Los Angeles (2001)
  • Arden Texas – Warden/Old Man/Deputy Red, The Colony Theater, Burbank (2003)

Commercials

References

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