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Joel Stoffer
OccupationFilm, stage, TV actor,
set designer
Years active1992–present

Joel Stoffer is an American actor. He is known for his role as Enoch on the television show Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2017–2020),[1][2] and has also appeared in films such as Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) and The One (2001).



Year Title Role Note
1992 Death Ring Orin, Weasely Thug
1994 The Production Assistant Short
1997 Sammy the Screenplay Script Doctor Short
Kick of Death Jason
2000 A Man Is Mostly Water Brian
2001 The One Dr. Franklin[3]
2004 Species III Portus
2008 Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Taylor
2009 The Scenesters Hume Wonacott
2011 Donner Pass Robert
The Aerial Girl Carl Short
2014 Olive Unleashed Sebastian Klink Short
2016 #nofilter Rich Short
The Last Note Dream Maker
2017 Bozonova Joe Fletcher Short


Year Title Role Notes
1996 Diagnosis: Murder Young Man Episode: "An Explosive Murder" (4.08)
1997 Moloney Arthur Willis Episode: "Misconduct" (1.15)
NYPD Blue Doug Episode: "The Truth Is Out There" (5.04)
1998 Brooklyn South Chuck Episode: "Doggonit" (1.19)
The Pretender Jude Dane Episode: "Bank" (2.20)
The Young and the Restless Dr. Ken Cromwell 4 episodes
Route 9 Anthony Television film
Home Improvement Wally - Contactor #2 Episode: "Ploys for Tots" (8.12)
1999 Sliders Kromagg Lieutenant Episode: "Strangers and Comrades" (5.03)
2000 Lessons Learned Kirk TV Movie
Walker, Texas Ranger Cody Danner Episode: "The Day of Cleansing" (8.17)
18 Wheels of Justice John Willis Episode: "Ordeal" (1.07)
The Invisible Man Barry Bennish Episode: "Liberty and Larceny" (1.07)
2001 Angel Vampire #1 Episode: "Redefinition" (2.11)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Marty Gable Episode: "Ellie" (2.10)
2003 The Lyon's Den Ty Mason Episode: "Beach House" (1.12)
2004 Cold Case Aaron Dutra Episode: "Late Returns" (1.19)
2005 Judging Amy Dr. Lawrence Kaplow Episode: "You Don't Know Me" (6.12)
Blind Justice Rory Glann Episode: "Doggone" (1.10)
The Shield Roger Pruitt Episode: "String Theory" (4.09)
2006 Charmed Creo 3 episodes
Hollis & Rae Chip Television film
2006, 2009 Numbers Agent Davidson 2 episodes: "Waste Not" (3.09),
"Con Job" (6.09)
2007 Prison Break Old Man Bagwell Episode: "Bad Blood" (2.17)
Law Dogs Deputy Ken Television film
2008 Life Bartender Episode: "Badge Bunny" (2.09)
2009 HBO Imagine TV short
2010 Days of Our Lives Charlie 3 episodes
2011 Breakout Kings Wes Herman Episode: "Out of the Mouths of Babes" (1.04)
Castle Ron Berger Episode: "Demons" (4.06)
2012 Dorkumentary Dan Episode: "Our First Babysitter" (1.06)
2015 The Reveal Plaxico Miniseries
2016 Rosewood Nick Holmes Episode: "Spirochete & Santeria" (2.05)
2017–2020 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Enoch Coltrane Recurring role (seasons 5-7), 26 episodes
TBA Stranger Things Warden Hatch TBA

Video games

Year Title Role
1997 Wing Commander: Prophecy 2nd Lt. Jason 'Dallas' Fargo

Music videos

Year Title Artist Role
2009 "Beyond Here Lies Nothin'" Bob Dylan Guy[4]


  1. ^ Mitovich, Matt Webb (May 2, 2019). "S.H.I.E.L.D.: Faux Coulson Plots 'Death of Everything' in Season 6 Trailer". TVLine. Archived from the original on May 4, 2019. Retrieved May 5, 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ Anderton, Joe (June 29, 2019). "Agents of SHIELD says goodbye to a big character in latest season 6 episode". Digital Spy. Retrieved 4 September 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ Willis, John; Monush, Barry (2002). Screen World (53 ed.). New York: Applause. p. 128. ISBN 9781557835994. OCLC 51271095.
  4. ^ Margotin, Philippe; Guesdon, Jean-Michel (2015). Bob Dylan: All the Songs: The Story Behind Every Track. New York: Black Dog & Leventhal. ISBN 9781579129859. OCLC 869908038. A rather creepy music video for the song was produced by Nash Edgerton, starring Amanda Aardsma and Joel Stoffer.

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