Webseries: ‘Average Joe’

Average Joe: After failing miserably at one night stands, Joe sets his goals higher: a relationship. He quickly realizes that there is more to relationships than he knows. With the terrible advice of his friends and rock star cousin, Joe fumbles and bumbles his way through the world of dating.

Cast: Joe Flanders, Nikiva Dionne, Lee H. Page, Graham Bowlin, Nick Perdue, Matt Rife.

Guest Starring: Andy Biersack and Danny Worsnop

Directors: Joe Flanders (Five episodes), Patrick Fogarty (Four episodes) Lee H. Page (Four episodes)

Writer: Joe Flanders

Producer: Lee H. Page

Editor: Joe Flanders

Director of Photography: Darryl DeLaney

Joe Flanders Bio: A graduate of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Joe has written, directed and/or starred in various shorts, features and web content. His 2009 short film Merry Christmas screened at the 2009 Cannes Short Film Corner.

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