Julian Sands in the horror movie “The Magician”
The disappearance of Julian Sands. What do we know about the case?
Julian Sands disappeared on Friday, January 13th. The North Hollywood-based actor went on a trip to the California mountains. The search began, but due to avalanche danger and bad weather, the ground crews had to stop working on Saturday night. The search continued with helicopters and drones. Ground crews were turned back when it was safe to do so. Unfortunately, this didn’t work.
Recently, the sheriff’s office reported that the search for the actor’s body had resumed. It was then that the family members of the missing man spoke publicly about the case for the first time. They thanked efforts to find out the fate of Sands.
What roles will we remember Julian Sands from?
Although Julian Sands mainly had supporting roles in his works, he also gave many memorable performances. Early in his career, he collaborated with directors such as Roland Joffé (“The Killing Fields”), James Ivory (“A Room with a View”) or Ken Russell (“Gothic”). In the mid-1980s, he left his native Britain and moved abroad. He played his first foreign role in the Canadian crime thriller Basements, directed by Robert Altman.
Julian Sands as Dr. James Atherton in “Arachnophobia”
Julian Sands has worked on both art projects and Class B productions. Others included the unforgettable “The Magician”, Dr. James Atherton in “Arachnophobia” or Fraz Liszt in “Improvisation” as Yves Cloquet in “Naked Lunch” by David Cronenberg, transformed into a monstrous worm, and in “Trapped Helen” played by Jennifer Lynch The role of lead character Nick Cavanaugh’s destructive feeling Surgeon Nick Cavanaugh enjoyed working with Mike Figgis not only in the Oscar-nominated Leaving Las Vegas, but also in The Browning Cut, One Night, the poetic drama Sexual Innocence Lost, the comedy-drama Timecode and the film Suspension of Disbelief exciting.
Other noteworthy Julian Sands films include Dario Argento’s The Phantom of the Opera, Roland Joffé’s Vatel, and Wim Wenders’s Million Dollar Hotel. He also appeared in “Medalion”, an action comedy with Jack Chan, referencing the medieval epic “The Ring of the Nibelungs”, “Ocean’s 13” or “Stargate: The Ark of Truth”. Also in the House of Crime based on the prose of Agatha Christie or the controversial Painted Bird by Vaclav Marhol.
Julian Sands as Garbus in The Painted Bird
Julian Sands was keen to appear in a series. Among his most famous television roles are Vladimir Berko, a businessman who finances a group of separatists fighting to free his country from Russian influence, in Season 6 of “24” and William Jagger in “Cooper’s Coat of Arms”. In such famous productions as “Hospital of Good Hope”, “The L Word”, “Lipstick in the City”, “Smallville Secrets”, “Dexter”, “Gotham”, “The Blacklist” and “Medici: Masters of Florence”.
Latest designs by Julian Sands
Julian Sands’ recent projects awaiting release include the thrillers ‘Double Soul’ and ‘The LastBreath’ as well as the drama ‘Body Odyssey’.
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