Joyce Reehling: Film, TV, and Broadway Stage Actor
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Joyce, originally from a small town in Maryland, spent 30 years in New York City working as an actress working in theatre, TV, and film.

She appeared in the original cast of Fifth of July and Prelude to a Kiss on Broadway, and notable off-Broadway productions such as The Hot L Baltimore, the Miss Firecracker Contest, and the runner stumbles. 


 As a member of Circle Repertory Company, Joyce had a chance to work with some big-name actors such as William Hurt, Christopher Reeve, Debra Monk, Swoosie Kurtz, Jeff Daniels, Alec Baldwin, and Mary Louise Parker. 

She also did many TV and Radio commercials, most famously she was the original “Doctor Mom” in the popular Robitussin TV commercials and the voice for IKEA’s radio commercials.

Her TV work included such shows as Law & Order, Ed, Kate and Allie, NYPD Blue, and Cosby as well as numerous daytime dramas.  Lastly, her film credits include Longtime Companion, Lorenzo’s Oil, and Roommates. 

Joyce is a proud member of Actors Equity and the Screen Actors Guild.  She and her husband now live in Pinehurst, NC where she writes for the local newspaper, The Pilot and has performed locally a couple of  times with the Judson Theatre Company, the Sandhills local professional theatre.

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