Joe Towne is an award-winning writer and director who received his degree in Acting from the University of Southern California. He’s been a coach for the past 19 years for both businesses and performers – some of whom are selling that product you just bought or starring in that movie you Netflixed last night. This work compelled him to write a book about how our inner reality affects our outer experience, which led him to be a guest on the Dr. Oz show. As an actor he has worked with people like Jennifer Love Hewitt and Hillary Swank and you can see him opposite Rebel Wilson in Isn’t It Romantic, which premiered in February of 2019 and is now available on iTunes.
Joe’s also an acting coach at one of the top studios in Hollywood where he co-created their audition technique program. He works with professional actors and athletes, as they transition from their sport into the entertainment industry. He also works with corporations bringing Mindset into practice in the workplace. Last summer Joe helped coached up the top 24 high school quarterbacks in the country at the Elite 11 weekend in Los Angeles. The Actors Mindset program has been in Los Angeles (both independently and at The Aquila School), at USC, UCLA and most recently at the Vancouver Film School.
“After working with Joe for all of 2018, it is evident that his methods not only work, but they gave me tools to utilize as an analyst on set, broadcasting games and interviewing athletes. Our sessions and his coaching points elevated my performance and allowed me to gain confidence in a style I had not had in a decade in the broadcasting profession. He made me more aware of my delivery, more deliberate with my analysis and more joyful as a performer. I plan to work with Joe for the remainder of my career and if you want to grow as a performer, I’d contact him as soon as possible.” ~ Yogi Roth (College Football Analyst & Host (Pac-12 Network, Elite 11, ESPN, Fox, CBS, TBS)
“Working with Joe was enlightening on a number of levels. Not only did he provide tangible improvements to my pre-performance routine, but he gave me an entirely new way to think about the goal of mindfulness and preparation that has really helped me in my day to day work as a sports broadcaster. Joe is one of those genuinely loving, curious, passionate spirits and I am grateful that I’ve been able to soak up some of his energy and wisdom along the way! ~ Ashley Adamson (PAC 12 Networks)