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Julian's latest audiobook in the Whyborne and Griffin series, "DRAAKENWOOD" By Jordan L. Hawk, is NOW AVAILABLE at 

 

Audible | Amazon | iTunes

Julian plays the lead, a troubled, brilliant Boston Police Detective, in a new Limited Series for cable.

 

The project is being produced by UnAuthorized Films, Inc.

 

See an excerpt here.

Julian has signed with the Los Angeles Agency GREEN & GREEN for Commercial and Theatrical representation in Los Angeles.

Julian has signed with the New England Agency NEMG for voiceover representation in the East Coast region.

Julian 's critically acclaimed narrations of the "Whyborne & Griffin" series of books by Jordan L. Hawk can be found on AMAZON, AUDIBLE, and iTunes.

 

"If you're an author or producer looking for quality voice acting, look no further! My novel required a narrator who could seamlessly transition between humor, horror, and romance--a tall order, but one handled with skill and ease by Julian G. Simmons. I highly recommend him!"
 
Jordan L. Hawk
Author,  Whyborne & Griffin Books

Julian G. Simmons lives in Los Angeles, where he has worked as an actor, writer and producer, and is also a  voice-over artist (see Latest News).  

 

Most recently he has been working in commercials for Samsung and several EurAsian print campaigns.  He did the voice of Roman Polanski in a short feature,"Haunting Charles Manson,"  scheduled for Cannes. He played an eccentric composer in the feature film "Red Ice", and has played a doctor in the Discovery show, "Unusual Suspects."

 

Julian has played a variety of roles in TV, features and live theater, ranging from a Nazi soldier in "Star Trek: Voyager" to a priest.

 

"I love playing roles that by sight, people would not think of me for and then be amazed and pleased at the characters I can create," he says. "I don't look like the typical character actor, but then there is and never was anything typical about my life, or me, be that on screen or in real life."

 

Julian studied Shakespeare and Classics at the British American Drama Academy at Oxford University, England, and technique with Joanne Linville in Los Angeles.

 

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