Joseph Luis Caballero filmography and biography
Joseph Luis Caballero biography
Joe enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps Infantry in 1988. After completing
Infantry Training School (ITS), Joe was assigned to Marine Barracks 8th
and I, Washington D.C. for White House Duty as Presidential Honor
Guard. Everyday duties included prestigious ceremonial assignments as
well as continuous and vigorous combat infantry training.
In 1989, the Commandant of the Marine Corps. (At the time, General Al Grey) activated a company of 8th and I Marines to the Gulf War. Joe was among the Marines who served as a machine gunner on the front lines. Joe was discharged in April of 1992 after serving with 2/7 at the U.S. Marine Air/Ground Combat Center located in 29 Palms California.
Going back to Chicago was the first move and a few years later, Ground Pound Fitness was established. In addition to private security work and military fitness training, Joe went full force studying everything from improv and scene study to performance art and acting in film and television.
His first feature documentary film entitled "The Meat Tricks," premiered in two film festivals on the west coast. The featured documentary won First Place Finalist for Best Documentary at the 1st Annual Westwood International Film Festival in L.A., California. In 2007/2008
Joe directed several film projects: "Wish," "American Haunts," and "Utopia His latest film, "Charity" can be screened at www.joecaballero.com
Feature Film in Development: "Fighting Hole," a film based on combat life experiences on the front lines of the Gulf War.
Joseph Luis Caballero trivia
- His father, Jose Luis Caballero, was a pro cyclist in Mexico and won various trophies and awards. Born in Mexico City and moved to Chicago in the 50's. Mother's name is Alma Silvia Caballero Valdez.
Joseph Luis Caballero quotes
- "If the dream is big enough, the facts don't matter."
Joseph Luis Caballero filmography
|Your 2 O'Clock Is Here||2009|
|The Dark Knight||2008|
|The Meat Tricks||2005|
|The Ice Harvest||2005|
|Home Alone 3||1997|
|Just Shoot Me!||1997|