Julian Sands

Julian has a noted passion for poetry and literature.
Julian loves to garden, and in his Southern California garden he will frequently offer visitors olives cured from his own tree.
Julian's first role in a major motion picture was in Privates on Parade (1982) where he played a sailor.
Julian's son Henry was an officer in the Irish Guards and is currently at Edinburgh University.
Julian is a very keen art and antiques collector.
Julian has two daughters from his second marriage.
Julian currently lives in Los Angeles, CA, USA.
Julian studied at Britain's Central School of Speech and Drama.
Julian was the narrator for AudioBook: (A Study Guide to) Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1994).
Julian appeared in the TV commercial for Honda CR-V in 1996.
Julian's first major role cast him opposite Anthony Hopkins in the British TV miniseries A Married Man (1981).
Julian appeared as British Prime Minister Tony Blair in the play Stuff Happens at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles in July, 2005.
Julian's early theatre days were spent with the Forum Theatre Company.
Julian was novelist Anne Rice's choice to play "Lestat" in Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994), but more marquee value was needed for the role so the part went to Tom Cruise.
In 1986, Julian abandoned his first wife Sarah, a journalist, and their 6-month-old son, Henry.
When Julian was only 3 yrs. old, his father abandoned his mother and their five sons.
Julian Sands is married to Guinness heiress Evgenia Citkowitz, whose sister Ivana was actually the daughter of writer Ivan Moffat. Evgenia and Ivana are the granddaughters of the late Maureen [Guinness], Marchioness of Dufferin and Ava.
Julian was introduced to his current wife, Evgenia, by actor and friend John Malkovich.
Julian is 5'11"(1.80 m) tall.