Joline Towers was born into the entertainment industry. Her first home was in the heart of NYC’s theater district. Joline’s mother was a dancer, and then choreographer. Her father sang and acted everywhere from Vaudeville to Broadway to cult films, later becoming a talent manager. Needless to say, Joline had a colorful upbringing, moving back and forth between NY, Miami, & Las Vegas.

           After high school Joline went back to her NY roots and started modeling, which provided her the opportunity to travel and experience different cultures around the world. Joline has appeared in advertising campaigns for companies such as Paul Mitchell, OPI, Joe’s Jeans, Levi’s, American Apparel, and Oliver People’s.  Joline has also appeared in fashion stories for magazines such as Italian Vogue, L’uomo Vogue, ID, Interview, and Surface. Some of the photographers that have shot Joline are Matthew Rolston, David La Chapelle, Ellen Von Unwerth, Michel Comte, Albert Sanchez, and Davis Factor. Joline has also walked the runway for countless top designers.

        Joline was soon cast in dozens of commercials and music videos helmed by such directors as Francis Lawrence, Tony Kaye, Anthony Mandler, and Marc Klasfeld. Having made Los Angeles her home base,  Joline has acted in local Los Angeles theater productions. They’ve

ranged from “Pipeman On The Moon”, a drama about terminally ill cancer

patients, of which a portion of the proceeds went toward The Amie Karen

Cancer Fund for Children and it’s Camp Rainbow, to a comedy entitled

“Andy Dick’s Circus of Freaks”, written & directed by Andy Dick.  Joline

has also acted in indie films such as The Mallory Effect

(Slamdance Grand Jury Award Nominee), and now webisodes.

She is a series regular on the web series Ogden,

The Inappropriate Yoga Guy, and has appeared in numerous

webisodes produced by Disney.

Joline Towers was born into the entertainment industry. Her first home was in the heart of NYC’s Theater District. Joline’s mother was a dancer, then a choreographer. Her father sang & acted everywhere from Vaudeville to Broadway to cult films, later becoming a talent manager. Needless to say Joline had a colorful upbringing, moving back & forth between NY, Miami, & Las Vegas.


After high school Joline went back to her NY roots and started modeling, which provided her the opportunity to travel internationally. Joline has appeared in fashion stories for magazines such as Italian Vogue, L’Uomo Vogue, ID, Interview, and Surface. Joline’s also appeared in advertising campaigns for companies such as Paul Mitchell, OPI, Levi’s, Joe’s Jeans, American Apparel, and Oliver People’s. Some photographers that have shot Joline are David La Chapelle, Matthew Rolston, Ellen Von Unwerth, Michel Comte, Albert Sanchez, and Davis Factor. Joline has also walked the runway for countless top designers.


Joline was soon cast in dozens of commercials & music videos helmed by such directors as Francis Lawrence, Tony Kaye, Anthony Mandler, & Marc Klasfeld.

Having made Los Angeles her home base, she’s acted in local

LA theater. The productions have ranged from “Pipeman On

The Moon”, a drama about terminally ill cancer patients,

(of which a portion of the proceeds went to The Amie Karen

      Cancer Fund for Children & Camp Rainbow), to a comedy  

                   entitled “Andy Dick’s Circus of Freaks”, written &

                     directed by Andy Dick. Joline has also acted in                            

                      indie films such as “The Mallory Effect”

                      (Slamdance Grand Jury Award Nominee),

                               and many web series. She is a

              series regular on “Ogden, The Inappropriate

           Yoga Guy” for Yoga Journal Magazine and

                has appeared in numerous webisodes

                                            produced by Disney.







                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

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