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Julian McMahon

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Julian McMahon
Julian McMahon Dec 2011 (cropped).jpg
McMahon in December 2011
Born
Julian Dana William McMahon

July 27, 1968 (age 52)
Sydney, Australia
EducationSydney Grammar School
Alma materUniversity of Sydney
University of Wollongong
Occupation
  • Actor
  • model
Years active1989–present
Known forCharmed
Nip/Tuck
Fantastic Four
Runaways
FBI: Most Wanted
Spouse(s)
(m. 1994; div. 1995)

(m. 1999; div. 2001)

Kelly Paniagua
(m. 2014)
Children1
Parent(s)Sir William McMahon
Sonia Hopkins, Lady McMahon
RelativesSee McMahon family

Julian Dana William McMahon (born 27 July 1968) is an Australian–American actor and model, and the son of a former Prime Minister of Australia, Sir William McMahon.

McMahon won recognition for his roles in television dramas, in portrayals of Ben Lucini in the Australian soap opera Home and Away (1989–91), Detective John Grant in the American crime drama Profiler (1996-2000), Cole Turner in the American supernatural drama Charmed (2000–03), and Christian Troy in the American medical drama Nip/Tuck (2003–10). He also appeared in films with leading and supporting roles, such as Chasing Sleep (2000) alongside Jeff Daniels, Doctor Doom in the Fantastic Four franchise (2005 and 2007), Premonition (2007) starring alongside Sandra Bullock, Red (2010) alongside Bruce Willis, and Bait (2012) alongside Dan Wyllie and Xavier Samuel.

McMahon's work in television, particularly with Nip/Tuck and Charmed garnered him more success. The former series won an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award. McMahon played the lead role in Nip/Tuck, alongside Dylan Walsh throughout the entire series' run. He also played Jonah on Marvel's Runaways. He currently stars as Jess LaCroix on the CBS crime drama FBI: Most Wanted.

Early life

McMahon was born in Sydney, the son of Sir William McMahon, a prominent Australian politician, and Lady McMahon (née Sonia Hopkins), a socialite and fashion icon. His father was a Member of the Australian House of Representatives and a high-ranking minister in the 24-year Liberal Government for many years before Julian's birth; he became the 20th Prime Minister of Australia in March 1971, when Julian was two years old. His mother left their three children in the care of a nanny to be with her husband in Canberra during his Prime Ministership. He has an older sister, Melinda, and a younger sister, Deborah. He is of Irish descent through his father.[1][2]

McMahon was educated at the private, boys-only, Sydney Grammar School,[citation needed] which his father had attended. He briefly studied law at the University of Sydney and economics at the University of Wollongong.[citation needed][which?][when?] McMahon found no interest in his studies, and began a modelling career. He became known as a model in various fashion capitals, such as Milan, London, New York City, Rome, and Paris.

In addition to modelling, he began an acting career in commercials, including one for Levi Strauss jeans. From 1989–91, McMahon starred in the successful Australian television soap opera Home and Away, playing the soldier Ben Lucini, alongside Dannii Minogue, his then future wife (now former wife). He was one of several Home and Away cast members to star in a stage musical about the soap, which toured the United Kingdom in 1991.

Career

He co-starred in 2011 with Milla Jovovich in Julien Magnat's thriller Faces in the Crowd.[3]

Personal life

McMahon jokingly noted in an interview with Jimmy Kimmel that his mother [was] "a very scary lady" because she would visit him on the set of his films and patronise him whenever he finished filming a scene.[4][better source needed]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Director Notes
1992 Wet and Wild Summer! Mick Dooley Maurice Murphy Film debut

Also known as "Exchange Lifeguards"

1997 Magenta Michael Walsh
1998 In Quiet Night Hayes
2000 Chasing Sleep George Michael Walker
2004 Meet Market Hutch Also executive producer
2005 Fantastic Four Victor Von Doom / Dr. Doom Tim Story
2007 Premonition Jim Hanson Mennan Yapo
Prisoner Derek Plato
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer Victor Von Doom / Dr. Doom Tim Story
2010 RED Robert Stanton Robert Schwentke
2011 Faces in the Crowd Sam Kerrest Julie Magnat
2012 Bait Doyle
Fire with Fire Robert David Barrett
2013 Paranoia Miles Meechum Robert Luketic
2014 You're Not You Liam George C. Wolfe
2018 Swinging Safari Rick Jones Stephan Elliott
2018 Monster Party Patrick Dawson Post-production

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1989 The Power, The Passion Kane Edmons Television debut
1990–1991 Home and Away Ben Lucini Main role
1992 G.P. Constable Colin Carmody Episode: "Beat It"
1993 Another World Ian Rain Main cast
1996–2000 Profiler Detective John Grant Main role
1998 Will & Grace Guy Episode: "Where There's a Will, There's No Way"
2000–2003, 2005 Charmed Cole Turner Main role (seasons 3–5); guest (season 7)
2001 Another Day David Television movie
2003–2010 Nip/Tuck Christian Troy Main role
2008 Robot Chicken Dr. Doom / Newscaster Episode: "Monstourage"
2012 Rogue Kevin Lear Television movie
2013 Full Circle Stanley Murphy 3 episodes
2015 Childhood's End Rupert Boyce Television miniseries
Episode: "The Deceivers"
2016 Hunters McCarthy 6 episodes
Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency Zackariah Webb 3 episodes
2017–2018 Runaways Jonah / Magistrate Main role (season 2); recurring (season 1)
2019–2020 FBI Jess LaCroix 2 episodes
2020–present FBI: Most Wanted Lead Role

Video games

Year Title Role Notes
2005 Fantastic Four Victor Von Doom / Dr. Doom voice role


Awards and nominations

Film
Year Nominated work Award Result
2003 Nip/Tuck Satellite Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama Nominated
2004 Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama Nominated
2005 Saturn Award for Best Actor on Television Won
2006 Saturn Award for Best Actor on Television Won
2007 Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Villain Nominated
Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Rumble (with Chris Evans) Nominated

References

  1. ^ "Julian McMahon Interview". Popsyndicate.com. Archived from the original on 7 May 2008. Retrieved 14 May 2010.
  2. ^ "Julian McMahon". IMDb. Retrieved 7 September 2020.
  3. ^ "Victor von Doom and 'Nip/Tuck' Star Joins 'Faces in the Crowd'". Bloody Disgusting. The Collective. 5 May 2010. Retrieved 14 May 2010.
  4. ^ YouTube; accessed 23 September 2015.

External links

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