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Overview (1)

Date of Birth 31 December 1962Hockley, England, UK

Mini Bio (1)

Julian Stone studied English Lit at Southampton University. He has appeared on the stage in London, Edinburgh, New York, Los Angeles and regionally in the U.S. - his most recent work included Harry in Tracey Letts' "Man from Nebraska", directed by William Friedkin. He has worked extensively in television and film, guest-starring and recurring on many popular TV shows, and spent two years as a member of the Daytime Emmy-winning cast on the ABC soap, "General Hospital". He is a very active voice-over artist, and has recently worked on projects as diverse as "Rogue One", "Warcraft", "The Revenant", "Call of Duty:Infinite Warfare", "Titanfall 2", and "Mad Max: Fury Road". He is a writer/producer on "Friday", with Sam Claflin attached to play the lead, and, as a producer, was instrumental in setting up the multi award-winning Young Adult "Unwind" series of books by Neal Shusterman at Constantin Films with writer/director Roger Avary attached. He is an active member of BAFTA/LA and runs the Academy soccer team.

- 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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