Jose Rosete is an American actor, film director, screenwriter and film producer known for such films and television series as The Broken with Mark Harris, Age of Dinosaurs with Ronny Cox and Treat Williams, Kirby's Dream House, Slaughter Creek, The Mark 2, Hunting the Phantom with Armand Assante and Kristanna Loken, the lead role in Natalie's Lose Lose, lead role in Office Ninja, lead role in Deliverance from Evil with Angel Avilez, supporting role in Cathedral Canyon with Winsor Harmon and John McCook, supporting role in Intersect with Jason Spisak, lead role in Blocked with Tiffany Shepis, supporting role in A Date with Oscar with Ali Ballard, supporting role in Grey Sheep, supporting role in The Price of Success and a supporting role in the short film Chained. Rosete is part of the on camera narration and voice over cast for the film Inferno by Dante with Eric Roberts, Jeff Conaway, Martin Kove and Nia Peeples, Jose also worked with this cast lending his voice in the short animated film Dante's Inferno Animated, both projects were directed by Boris Acosta. He is involved as an actor, writer and producer of the feature film Locker 13. His television work includes General Hospital, The Mentalist, lead role in the television series Alternate History for Spike, supporting role in the series Totally Tracked Down with David Faustino, two episodes with supporting roles in 1000 Ways to Die, and a supporting role in the National Geographic television series When Aliens Attack. Jose did motion capture for the video game Silent Hill: Book of Memories. Jose lends his voice to the lead character in the new video game Suicide Run. Jose also did motion capture, facial capture and voice for the THQ Inc. video game Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights. Jose lends his voice, playing a strong supporting character in the feature-length animated film Dragon Ballad Awakened. As well as voicing a supporting role in the short film The Depression of Detective Downs 2: On Depression's Edge.
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