Joe Rubbo is the ultimate people person. He is a Bronx native currently rooted in South Florida. Father of three. He is an actor, radio host, and TV producer, known for his key roles in The Last American Virgin (1982), Hot Chili (1985) and VIP Television (2010). Is an executive producer of VIP television and The 6th Borough Radio TV show.
Joe’s Italian style sense of humor and comedic voice makes for a great talk shows and entertainment witty and quick thinking. Joe is always connecting with people in South Florida and providing creative ideas and solutions regarding production, promotional concepts and ROI in delivery. He brings to the table a strong south Florida New York Network and extensive experience as an executive TV producer actor.
One of his earliest film roles was as a wrestler in the critically acclaimed 1982 Robin Williams comedy drama The World According to Garp. However, he is most known for co-starring as David in Boaz Davidson's The Last American Virgin (1982) and Arney in the 1985 teen film/sex comedy Hot Chili. He later had a minor role in the 1996 movie Striptease.
Joe has made numerous television appearances on The Late Show with David Letterman throughout the 1980s, most memorably playing Letterman's stepson "Ray Letterman" in a sketch. Since 2010, he has been the executive producer of VIP Television, an entertainment news/lifestyle program focused on South Florida. 2010 VIP Television (TV Series).