Joe Dinicol is a Canadian actor. His acting career started in the mid 2000s. His first ever role was on the TV movie Elvis Meets Nixon. He next appeared in the feature film The Virgin Suicides, marking his cinematic debut. During this period, he also had a regular stint on the animated show Anatole as a voice actor. In the beginning of the 2000s he became known for his role as Zach Eisler on the TV series Train 48. Subsequently, he had roles in the films The Marsh, Weirdsville, Diary of the Dead, and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. In the 2010s, he had starring roles on the short-lived shows The L.A. Complex and Betas.