Joseph Kpobie

Joseph trained at the Sylvia Young Theatre School. He is best known for playing Juley in Eastenders, a role he played for 4 years.

Other notable screen credits include Tyrone in Run (Park Village/KEO Films), Michael in The Bill (Talkback Thames), Des in Dogma (Ideal World), Mick in The Canterbury Tales - The Knight’s Tale (BBC) Hector in the series Buried (C4), Marcus in the sitcom Mr. Charity (BBC), Craig in Best of Both Worlds (BBC), Chas in The Bill (Thames TV), Jason in London’s Burning (LWT), David in Casualty (BBC), Dwayne in The Murder Of Stephen Lawrence (Granada), Joshua Macer in Trust (Red Rooster), Paul Malone in The Bill (Thames), Otis in An Independent Man (Witzend Productions), Sammy Griffith in The Bill (Thames), Al in Prime Suspect (Granada), Darren Matthew in A Touch Of Frost (Select TV), Paul Adebayo in The Bill (Thames), Gordon in Birds Of A Feather (Alomo), Brad in Crime Ltd (BBC), John Walmsley in Casualty (BBC) and Mick in Grange Hill (BBC).

For film, Joseph has appeared as Wafor in Cops Killer (Red Bee Media), Steve in Dirty Pretty Things directed by Stephen Frears for BBC/Celador, Guy in Sorted directed by Alex Jovy and Virtual Sexuality directed by Nick Hurran.

His theatre credits include: Splitshift for the Finborough, Angelhouse on a UK Tour and at The New Wolsey, WYP and Birmingham Rep, The Playwrite Festival with Hull Truck, Rampage for The Royal Court Downstairs, Children’s Stories for Hampstead Theatre, Wally in Drag On at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs and Ben in Billy & the Crab Lady for the Soho Theatre Company.

Joseph has also worked on a number of projects for BBC Radio, including in semi-regular characters in Westway and Silver Street.