Joag Joseph Hunter (born January 26, 1964 in Denzin, Salviana) is a Dragoonish actor best known for his role in the Dragoonish TV series Airhopana. He is also known for his role in the Baxter Penark films Lohana Ragin' and Fort Bedelheim. Hunter has won four Brantz Awards, and was voted "Best Dragoonish Actor" in 2007.
Hunter was born on January 26, 1964 to firefighter Douglas Tylt Hunter and stage performer Edna Sahleissen-Hunter. He lived in Denzin, Salviana until 1967, when the family moved to Zinzberg so his father could find better work. He attended Zinzberg City Schools until he was fourteen. The family then relocated to Makersburg, Penoshia. Hunter attended Makersburg High School, and graduated in 1982. He attended the University of Penoshia before moving back to Salviana in the late 1980s.
Hunter made his big-screen debut in 1990, starring in the film Mighty Men of Mennissaw. He reprised his role in the 1991 sequel Mighty Men of Mennissaw II. In 1992, Hunter teamed up with Ed Brantz in the film Brimm & Alkarron, for which he won his first Brantz Award. In 1994, he was cast as a lawyer in the film Mr. Kalgarron. He won his second Brantz Award for his role in the film. In 1996, Hunter was cast alongside veteran Dragoonish actor Phil Melharrie in the film Unlikely Partners in Caltona. Hunter starred in three more films in the 1990s.
In 2000, Hunter was cast as Matt Keyers in the film Had It, Lost It In 2001, he joined the cast of the successful TV series Airhopana. He stayed on the show until its end in 2004. After Airhopana ended, Hunter went on to star in the film Lohana Ragin with Jason Defoli. After finishing Lohana Ragin', Hunter went on to star in films such as Matt Brimm's Story (2006), Fort Bedelheim (2007), and No Road Leads to Taraz (2009). He played a supporting role in the 2011 film Outlaws in Admandville as the Admandville police chief. In 2012, he appeared in the film Thirty Thousand Pages. That role was followed by roles in He Owes Them Nothing (2013), Jordson Howell Uses His Head for Once (2014), and Return to Admandville (2015).
|Airhopana||2001-2004||William Salvers||Main role|
|Arondello High||2005||John Frasbey||Guest role|
|Northton||2006||Mark Jozefs||Guest role|
|Mighty Men of Mennissaw||1990||Herbert "Herbie" Greenwater|
|Mighty Men of Mennissaw II||1991||Herbie Greenwater|
|Brimm & Alkarron||1992||Stuart Cheuter|| Won his first Brantz Award|
Nominated for "Best Supporting Actor" at Dragoonasag Film Awards
|Mr. Kalgarron||1994||Attorney Philip A. Kalgarron||Won his second Brantz Award|
|Unlikely Partners in Caltona||1996||David DuPallin|
|The Betrayal in Zinrico City||1997||Augustus Brimmer|
|On Deadpost Road||1998||Andrew "Drew" Lartney|
|Four Men on Punishment||1999||Glenn Rathean|
|Had It, Lost It||2000||Matt Keyers|
|Lohana Ragin'||2005||"Lucky Steve" Bastroudi|
|Matt Brimm's Story||2006||Matt Brimm|
|Fort Bedelheim||2007||Jack Szernoz|
|No Road Leads to Taraz||2009||Max Joaghean|
|Outlaws in Admandville||2011||Police Chief Josh Xatos|
|Thirty Thousand Pages||2012||Chris Headley|
|He Owes Them Nothing||2013||Sean Neldwin|
|Jordson Howell Uses His Head for Once||2014||William Roberts|
|Return to Admandville||2015||Police Chief Josh Xatos|