Julian Sands

Julian Sands

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Julian Sands was born on Jan 04, 1958 in UK. Julian Sands's big-screen debut came with Privates on Parade directed by Michael Blakemore in 1983, strarring Climbing Sailor. Julian Sands is known for Yeh Ballet directed by Sooni Taraporevala, Julian Sands stars as Saul Aaron and Jim Sarbh as Academy Head. Julian Sands has got 1 awards and 1 nominations so far. The most recent award Julian Sands achieved is International Film Festival for Peace, Inspiration and Equality. The upcoming new movie Julian Sands plays is The Ghosts of Borley Rectory which will be released on Feb 18, 2022.

Tall, gaunt, and particularly effective in horror and drama films, British actor Julian Sands was born in Otley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, to Brenda and William Sands. He came to the attention of NBC when the network cast him in the TV miniseries Le soleil se lève aussi (1984) and then with Anthony Hopkins in the television film A Married Man (1983). Sands also got noticed for his very small roles in Privates on Parade (1983) and La déchirure (1984). It wasn't until his funny and romantic role opposite Denholm Elliott in Chambre avec vue... (1985) and then his unusual role in Gothic (1986) that audiences noticed him and were fascinated with his good looks and unusual but sometimes chilling appearance. He continued work on screen in Vibes (1988), Impromptu (1991) and Steven Spielberg's Arachnophobie (1990), until his most remembered role as Warlock (1989), directed by Steve Miner. The film was such a major success that he returned for the terrifying sequel, Warlock: The Armageddon (1993). His other credits include Le festin nu (1991), Vampire (1992) and the title role in Dario Argento's Le fantôme de l'Opéra (1998). Sands has more recently been in Stephen King's Rose Red (2002) and is also occasionally seen on the English stage.

  • Birthday

    Jan 04, 1958
  • Place of Birth

    Otley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, UK
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Known For


1 wins & 1 nominations

International Film Festival for Peace, Inspiration and Equality
The Maiden and the Princess (2011)
Winner - Special Jury Award
The Maiden and the Princess (2011)

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