Julian Morris Biography
Julian Morris born as Julian David Morris is an English actor known for the British TV series The Knock (1996) and Fish (20000 while he was still a teenager. He is also known for his roles in the thrillers Cry Wolf and Valkyrie.
Julian Morris Age
He was born on 13 January 1983 in Crouch End, London, England. He is 36 years old as of 2019.
Julian Moris Height
He stands at a height of 1.8 m.
Julian Morris Family
He was born in Crouch End, North London and grew up in Muswell Hill. He was born to Glen Morris and Andrea Morris. His father, Glen, was born in South Africa while his mother (Andrea) was born in Zimbabwe. He has a younger sister called Amy Morris.
He has British and American citizenship and he is living in Los Angeles, California.
Julian Morris Dating | Julian Morris Girlfriend
He is not married. However, he is busy dating his girlfriend named Sarah Bolger. The two began from the year 2012 and they are going steady. Proudly, he said that he loves his girlfriend a lot and he is dreaming that one day he would marry her and make her his wife.
Julian Morris Gay | Is Julian Morris Gay
He is not gay, instead, his sexuality is straight and he loves his wife and he is hoping to walk her down the aisle one time.
Julian Morris Movies And Tv Shows
Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House
Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer’s Curse
Kelly + Victor
Young Lieutenant – Desert
Don’t Go Breaking My Heart
Man in an Orange Shirt
Hand of God
Reverend Paul Curtis
Men at Work
Once Upon A Time
Pretty Little Liars
Dr. Andrew Wade
Agatha Christie’s Marple
Kid in the Corner
Julian Morris Net Worth
Following his career as a successful actor, he has acquired several possessions that have accounted to his estimated net worth of $10 million.
Pretty Little Liars Julian Morris | Julian Morris Wren
He starred as Wren Kingston in Pretty Little Liar.
Julian Morris Once Upon A Time
He stars as Prince Phillip in six episodes of Once Upon A Time.
Julian Morris New Girl | New Girl Julian Morris
He stars as Ryan Geauxinue for seven episodes of New Girl.
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WHY ACTOR JULIAN MORRIS WALKED AWAY FROM ‘PRETTY LITTLE LIARS’
Tell me about Hand of God.
JULIAN MORRIS: Hand of God is something I’m very excited about. It’s a new show for Amazon, written by Mark Forster and it stars Ron Pearlman and myself. It’s a dark story of vengeance with these despicable characters that are—at their core—very human. But as despicable as they are, I think we can empathize with their situation. I play an actor-turned-con-man-turned-preacher who is on a mission to sell a mega-church in California. Then, I see my number-one prey, the person who is going to help facilitate this is Ron Pearlman’s character. So, I do all I can to get every single dollar I can from him. And in doing so, take the two of us down a rabbit hole of encouraging him to do all the wrong things that he shouldn’t be doing.
You’ve been acting for a long time, both in your native England and here.
JM: My first acting gig was when I was 12. I played this kid pushed into the LSD trade in this TV show called The Knock in Britain. Then, from that, I had the good fortune of playing the young roles at the Royal Shakespeare Company, which is an amazing foundation of incredible actors. But, at that stage in my life, I wasn’t like, “This is my career. I’m an actor.” I think you have to earn that title. I’m still trying to earn it. At the time, it was just fun: “This is what I enjoy doing after school.”
At 18, you had to make the ultimate choice between school and acting, right?
JM: Yeah, so that choice was, I had a place at university to read English. I was on my gap year and I had all these travel plans. I love animals, so I was going to go off to Namibia to be a game ranger there. I couldn’t wait and then I had a meeting with an agent in London and I asked the guy “I want to pursue acting, what should I do?” and he said, “Look, I’ll represent you right now, let’s see how it goes.” And in a month I had a lead in an NBC pilot. So, I did the pilot, and then there’s that length of time where NBC is deciding whether or not to pick it up and in that time I had to decide, “Okay what do I want to do? Do I want to pursue this acting thing and go out to LA or stick around and go off to University and do what I probably should do?” And of course, I didn’t.
So you moved to LA?
JM: Well, I visited LA, had the time of my life, and then the pilot didn’t happen. I had said no to university and couldn’t go back, so I was like, “I’m royally f–ked now.’ And then I met Steven Daldry on the train. You know, he directed Billy Elliot, and I had this heart to heart with him and his advice was just, “Follow your heart, go for it.” So, I went out in January and stayed on my agent’s couch. I got my first US gig, directed by Jim Nelson who produced Kevin Costner’s film Dances with Wolves and won an Oscar for that. […] Then I found myself in Pretty Little Liars and Once Upon a Time, which was really great.