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Julian attended the Landon Ross: Landon Ross: ARTIfACT exhibition opening at LAXART yesterday in Los Angeles. I have added high-quality photos into the gallery.




Pretty Little Liars EP, Marlene King, has confirmed that Julian will be back on the 7th season of the show.

It’s still unclear in which episode we’ll be seeing Wren again, but Julian’s IMDB page states it will be 7×10, entitled The DArkest Knight. I’ll update here when official details are out.




Tell me a bit about FELT. 

It’s really exciting. Ridley Scott is producing, Peter Landesman is directing and it stars Liam Neeson and Diane Lane. I also think, as far as moment in history, it’s obviously one of huge significance but also speaks to things that I personally believe in, like freedom of speech and the power and importance of an effective press. And I also think it’s good timing while we have this election to remind us what’s at stake when we elect our government officials. It shows us how we need to have responsibility in choosing our leaders.

Has your family or cultural background played a role in your pursuit of acting at all?

Not in my actual pursuit, but as role models, my parents were incredible. They both grew up in Southern Africa at a time of huge racial tension, to the degree that they were so disgusted by the system in South Africa, that they left. They immigrated to England. I’m really proud of them for that.

That’s great they didn’t succumb to any kind of racial brainwashing.

It’s something that fascinates me, being English and Jewish, how a party like the Nazis were able to come to power and stay in power in Germany. Unfortunately we see this throughout history and we see it globally that there are tendencies for authoritative figures to claim power. They are able to slip into otherwise functioning countries, and then there’s that quote, which is something along the lines of “Evil triumphs when good people do nothing.” So it’s imperative when we’re faced with people who claim some sort of medal larger than what they should be given in politics, that we’re mindful of it.

You were also recently cast in “Hand of God.”

It’s another project I’m passionate and excited about. The thing that drew me to it was Marc Forster, who’s always been one of my favorite directors. MONSTER’S BALL was a film that was very significant in my life. So at that point when I was deciding if I should pursue acting professionally, and I was overwhelmed by the film and the performances in it and recognized that I had this deep love for acting. So the opportunity to work with him was really exceptional. And he was every bit exceptional, as you would hope. Then of course Ron Perelman, Dana Delaney, and Garret Dillahunt, they’re a really fantastic cast that I’m proud and honored to be working among.

Source: SOMA Magazine




I have updated the gallery with 5 high-quality photos of Julian at the John Varvatos 13th Annual Stuart House Benefit yesterday.




I have updated the gallery with 3 high-quality photos of Julian at the Film is GREAT reception in West Hollywood, California yesterday.




Julian is celebrating his birthday today, and we’d like to wish him a very happy birthday! We wish you all the best. Hope you have a great day.




Great news, everyone! Hand of God is officially returning for a well-deserved second season.

Amazon is beefing up its slate of original programming for 2016.

Hours after renewing prestige historical series The Man in the High Castle, the company has also renewed coming-of-age comedy Red Oaks, drama Hand of God and children’s show Tumble Leaf, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

Hand of God, starring Ron Perlman and Dana Delany, hails from writer Ben Watkins (Burn Notice). The pilot for the dramatic thriller, which centers on a law-bending judge who suffers a mental breakdown, was directed by Marc Forster (World War Z).

Source: The Hollywood Reporter