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Joe Mulvihill
Entertainment Manager
LiveWire Entertainment

ORLANDO, USA // Joe Mulvihill Bio A 25-year veteran of the entertainment business, Joe Mulvihill works out of Orlando and has become a force in the industry. His powerhouse expertise is compounded by his experience — and as a host, performer, producer, director, writer, and manager, Mulvihill’s diverse array of talents have been behind some of the biggest names in entertainment including, Universal Studios, *NSYNC, Boyz II Men, the Jacksons, and almost every major professional sport league. Mulvihill specializes in putting legendary artists back on the map, reenergizing and revitalizing their careers for a new era.

After expanding his role and resources at Universal Studios, Florida and in the sports world, Mulvihill took on the role of Road Manager for iconic pop supergroup *NSYNC in 1999 while also doubling as a host for many of their special events. From 2003-2004 he was a part of the “Justified/Stripped” Tour and the Justin Timberlake "I'm Lovin' It" McDonald's' World Tour. He later transitioned into a management role by starting his own company, LiveWire Entertainment, and taking his career to new heights as an artist manager. As a manager at LiveWire Entertainment, Mulvihill’s all-star roster of talent which has included Taylor Dayne, Wayne Brady, NASCAR champion Kurt Busch, as well as legendary pop/R&B group, The Jacksons.

Mulvihill has managed the multi-talented Brady to effectively expand his brand helping him to become not only a household name, but a household favorite. The Jacksons, meanwhile, reunited in 2012 for the historic “Unity” Tour – a worldwide success and landmark moment in music history.

One of the other artists Mulvihill began managing was *NSYNC member Joey Fatone. Over the years, Mulvihill has helped Fatone build his name beyond *NYSNC through theatre, film, television, radio and music. He secured four cable shows for Fatone to host including a Food Network series, ABC/Livewell Network series and multiple film roles. Most recently Mulvihill has partnered with Fatone to launch his latest venture “Fat One's,” a hot dog stand featuring 100% angus beef dogs in a variety of styles from the Reuben to the Gone Hollywood to the Boybander, which opened August 2016 at The Florida Mall. Recently he won the Daytime Emmy for Best Music Direction and Composition for Amazon's The Snowy Day with Boyz II Men. Mulvihill also was one of Executive Producer on last summer's ABC show Boy Band.