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Date of Birth 31 December 1962Hockley, England, UK

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An award-winning actor, Julian was born on the south coast of England and has appeared on the stage in London, New York and many regional venues. Most recently, he appeared in the West Coast premiere of Man from Nebraska, directed by William Friedkin. He now lives in Los Angeles and works extensively in television and film. He has guest-starred on many popular TV shows including Out of Practice, Columbo, Mad About You, Lois and Clark, Baywatch and ER, and played Jerry Jacks in the Emmy-winning cast of the ABC soap, General Hospital. He starred in When In Rome with the Olsen twins (which made him a big hit with his two young daughters!), National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation 2 with Randy Quaid and Ed Asner, and Black Dawn with Steven Seagal. Apart from his extensive voice-over work, especially in popular video games, he has lately been popping up on TV in national commercials for Cingular, Hyatt and Clorox. In his spare time, Julian gets his exercise running around on the bumpy soccer fields of Los Angeles where he runs an entertainment-based team for BAFTA/LA. He has also been know to slice a wicked golf ball and, for the eighth year, recently returned to Wisconsin with his clubs to play in the celebrity tournament, hosted by Bart Starr, to raise money for the Lombardi Cancer Clinic.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: B Stone

Spouse (1)

Barbara Blatz (1987 - present) (2 children)

Trivia (4)

Has two daughters, Jessica and Molly
Attended Southampton University
Received acting training at The Drama Studio (London) and The Mason Gross School of the Arts (USA).
Before he became a member of the General Hospital cast, Julian Stone became an interesting part of the history of another classic soap: Dark Shadows. In 1988, he starred in an off-Broadway adaptation of DS, playing vampire Barnabas Collins. The play was based on just one storyline from Dark Shadows -- telling how Barnabas became a vampire. (The TV series lasted four years and also spawned two feature film adaptations.)

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