Joseph Lacerda is a NYC based actor born and raised in South Plainfield NJ. He is of Italian, Portuguese and English descent. Dedicated to learning the craft of acting, Mr. Lacerda has studied Meisner, Chekhov and Stanislavski techniques. He has also studied with Seth Barrish and Lee Brock at the The Barrow Group. In addition, he studied improvisation at the Upright Citizens Brigade. Joseph continues to study his craft with multiple acting teachers on an ongoing basis.
Joseph currently is executive producing and playing a series regular in the SAG-AFTRA New Media project 'How To Do Everything'. He can also be seen playing the supporting role of Eric Hensen in the feature film My Brother's Girlfriend. He recently played a supporting role in the short film The Window is Open and the lead role in the short film Ego. Mr. Lacerda got to use his athletic abilities in a United States Tennis Association commercial where he portrayed a tennis player.
Outside of acting, Mr. Lacerda enjoys playing soccer, participating in extreme sports such as cliff jumping and skydiving, playing guitar, skiing black diamonds in the winter, dancing, hiking mountains and traveling. Joseph is excited and looking forward to sharing his new project (How To Do Everything) which will be premiering soon in NYC.