JOE ROSSI was Makeup Department Head for Season 1 of the AMC series NOS4A2 and the Quibi series The Expecting. He was Makeup Department Head and created Special Makeup Effects for the film The Purge: Election Year. Other Department Head and Design credits include The Forger, starring John Travolta and Christopher Plummer, the ABC series pilot Hatfields and McCoys, The Gilded Lily’s, Body of Proof, the Disney feature Underdog, the Showtime series Brotherhood, ABC Family’s Chasing Life, Warner Brothers feature The Clique and Osmosis Jones, Locked In, the Miramax feature Outside Providence, Samuel Goldwyn Films feature Passionada and was key makeup artist on David Mamet’s State and Main. Other film work includes Paramount Pictures Shutter Island, Ghostbusters, Irrational Man, War Of The Worlds, the Twentieth Century Fox features Fever Pitch, Stuck On You, Shallow Hal, Me, Myself and Irene, the Universal feature Meet Joe Black, The Fighter, Little Black Book, Thirteen Days, Mona Lisa Smile, The Human Stain, Moonlight Mile, American Hustle, Session 9, Prozac Nation, Grown Ups 2, Lift and the German feature Private Lies. He was makeup artist for Michael Douglas in Ghosts of Girlfriends Past and created the old age makeup for Breckin Meyer for the same film. His network credits include NBC’s Saturday Night Live, ZOOM, Providence, Dateline, Unsolved Mysteries, Rivera Live, and the Today show, CBS’s 60 Minutes, Face The Nation and ABC’s The Century, Good Morning America, Prime Time Live and the miniseries The Kennedys of Massachusetts. He has designed makeup for many PBS programs including American Experience's We Shall Remain and God in America. He has provided makeup services for many national political figures including President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton and Vice President Albert Gore. Filmed commercials and video work include special makeup for Pink Floyd, Converse, Sheraton, MTV, VH1, John Hancock, Laura Ashley and Hasbro/Playskool. He designed makeup for the world premiere of the Broadway play High, starring Kathleen Turning. Other stage credits include designing special makeup for Christopher Reeve in Death Takes a Holiday and Robert Foxworth in Cyrano de Bergerac. His special effects team designed makeup for NBC’s Lost Subs K-19, the BBC series Timewatch shown on the A&E network and he designed the live action Count Chocula for General Mills. He has also provided makeup for Charles Durning, Molly Shannon, Yo Yo Ma, Larry Bird, Ted Danson, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Larry King, Julia Stiles, Chris Elliott, Margaret Colin, Cherry Jones, Patti Lupone, Lois Smith, Cameron Mitchell, and Carly Simon. He has designed makeup for the world premiere productions of the Philip Glass opera Fall of the House of Usher, directed by Richard Foreman and The Balcony, directed by Sarah Caldwell, performed at the Bolshoi in Moscow. Other international credits include a televised production of the opera La Boheme in Mexico and Opera Metropolitana in Caracas. He was makeup designer for the Ronald Reagan/George Bush Inaugural Concerts at the Kennedy Center. Stage credits include the American Repertory Theatre, Arena Stage, The Huntington Theatre, Great Lakes Theater Festival, TheaterWorks and Trinity Repertory Company. He has designed makeup for many opera companies including Opera Company of Boston, New York City Opera, Boston Lyric Opera and the Washington Opera. He has taught master classes and workshops for Boston University, Emerson College, Salve Regina University, and The New England Theatre Conference. Publications include updating the chapters on film and television makeup and photo contributions to the book Stage Makeup by Richard Corson and James Glavan.