Joe Moore is an American television personality. He is known mainly as the principal news anchor at KHON-TV in Honolulu, Hawaii; the state's Fox affiliate and highest-rated station.
Moore is also a professional actor and playwright. He has starred in two independent motion pictures, Moonglow and Good-bye Paradise. He also has appeared in various episodes of network television series based in Hawaii, including Hawaii Five-O, Magnum P.I, Jake and the Fat Man, One West Waikiki, and Tour of Duty. Moore has also starred in live theatrical productions; most recently the summer of 2012 as Oscar in Neil Simon's The Odd Couple at the Connecticut Repertory Theatre, and the Bernard Sabath play, The Boys in Autumn in 2010 at the Hawaii Theatre, again co-starring Pat Sajak], and prior to that, Prophecy and Honor, which he wrote. In earlier stage comedies, Moore co-starred with Sajak in Neil Simon's The Odd Couple and The Honeymooners. Among the other produced plays that Moore has written and appeared in are Will Rogers Returns, The Buck Stops Where?, A Conversation with Mozart, John Wayne: The Man Behind the Legend, The Heydrich Covenant, The Best Show in America: Will Rogers on Politics, Dirty Laundry, Unlikely Lawman and Righteous Revenge.