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Julian Sands
JulianSandsJune2011.jpg
Sands in June 2011.
Born
Julian Richard Morley Sands

(1958-01-04) 4 January 1958 (age 61)
OccupationActor
Years active1982–present
Spouse(s)
Sarah Harvey
(m. 1984; div. 1987)

Evgenia Citkowitz
(m. 1990)
Children3

Julian Richard Morley Sands[1] (born 4 January 1958) is an English actor known for his roles in films such as The Killing Fields, A Room with a View, Warlock, Arachnophobia, and Vatel. On television, he is known for playing Vladimir Bierko in 24, and Jor-El in Smallville.

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[ Music ] I think probably the most formative was seeing the opening run of Harold Pinter's "No Man's Land" with John Gielgud and Ralph Richardson. It was such an extraordinary combination of intelligence, imagination and instinct that it's always inspired me. [ Music ] I grew up in the north of England in a rural community with four brothers. I went to a boarding school, boys only. So coming to London to go to drama school when I was 18, I think the biggest factor was girls. The work we did at drama school -- the scene work there, the training, the preparation -- to have, to encounter female energy was just a wonderful thing and still inspires me and keeps me interested in the world in which I'm lucky enough to live. [ Music ] There's so many of them I'd like to mention. The first was probably a school teacher at high school, my boarding school, who taught English and to some degree drama, but mostly English. But his love of language and literature and dramatic literature really fired my imagination, and he was very encouraging of my being a performer and wrote, I think, my seminal reference for my drama school application. So I'm very grateful to him. Professionally, the mentors I've had, I would single out Mike Figgis, who is a film director I worked with several times. And he's such a brilliant and gifted man. He's always been the most encouraging and inspiring of directors. [ Music ] Artists, particularly artists who work singularly, painters, composers, writers quite often, can be the most self-involved of people, to say the least. And not necessarily the best teachers of what it is they're involved with, their particular -- whatever the particular art is. But I think mentoring is a huge reward both to the mentor and the individual who is being mentored. [ Music ] There is so much choice available to people in the world today with what they do with their professional time and their recreational time. And unless their minds are given the information and developed and nurtured to a degree of maturity, then it's no surprise that people -- when that isn't available, it's no surprise to me that people seem to make bad choices. So I think higher education should be the highest priority for all governing bodies.

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Career

Julian Sands began his film career appearing in supporting roles in films, including Oxford Blues (1984) and The Killing Fields (1984). He also had a cameo as a Greek soldier in the BBC adaptation of The Box of Delights in 1984.[2] He was cast as the romantic lead in the 1985 film A Room with a View. In 1985, following the success of A Room with a View and Ken Russell's Gothic (1986) Sands decided to move to Hollywood and pursue a career in American films. He appeared in several of them—both lower-tier and higher-budget.

He played the title role in the horror film Warlock (1989) and its sequel, Warlock: The Armageddon (1993), the role of Franz Liszt in Impromptu (1991), the role of Yves Cloquet in Naked Lunch (1991), and prominent roles in Arachnophobia (1990), Boxing Helena (1993) and Leaving Las Vegas (1995). He played "Erik, aka the Phantom" in the 1998 horror-film version of The Phantom of the Opera. He starred opposite Jackie Chan in the action-comedy film The Medallion (2003). And he played Lord Olivier in BBC Four's In Praise of Hardcore (2005), a drama about the critic and impresario Kenneth Tynan.[3]

In television work, he was the voice of Valmont in the Jackie Chan Adventures cartoon (Seasons 1 and 2) (succeeded by the British actors Andrew Ableson and Greg Ellis in the remaining seasons). He played the Doci of the Ori in two episodes of Stargate SG-1—in its ninth and tenth seasons (a role he reprised in the film, Stargate: the Ark of Truth). He played a college professor in a Season One episode of The L Word. In 2001, he starred in Stephen King's Rose Red. Sands portrayed Austrian ambassador Klemens von Metternich in the 2002 miniseries Napoléon. In the 2006 season of 24, he played terrorist Vladimir Bierko.[4]

Sands played Jor-El, Superman's biological father on Smallville, and reprised the role in the series' final (tenth) season. In 2009, he played Reg Hunt in Bollywood Hero.[5] In 2012, he played Alistair Wesley in the seventh episode of the second season of Person of Interest.[4]

In August 2011, he appeared onstage at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in A Celebration of Harold Pinter, directed by John Malkovich at the Pleasance Courtyard.[6][7] His performance in A Celebration of Harold Pinter was well-received; one theatre, the Irish Repertory Theatre, added an extra three weeks to the show's run.[8]

Sands was nominated for "Outstanding Solo Performance" for the 58th Annual Drama Desk Awards (2013).[9][needs update]

In 2011, Sands appeared in the mystery thriller film The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, an English-language remake of the original version, as the younger version of Henrik Vanger. In 2012, Sands voiced the character of DeFalco in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. On 26 April 2013, it was announced that Sands would appear as Miles Castner, a wealthy international businessman during the eighth season of Dexter.[10]

Personal life

Sands was born in Otley, Yorkshire and educated at Lord Wandsworth College, Long Sutton, Hampshire. He has a sister and four brothers, one of whom, Quentin, was selected by She magazine as "Britain's Sexiest Man" of 1998.[11]

Sands' first marriage was to Sarah Harvey, a British journalist. They have one child, Henry Morley Sands (born 20 September 1985); the couple divorced in 1987.[12] In 1990, he wed Evgenia Citkowitz (born 1964), a journalist and the daughter of the Anglo-Irish novelist and socialite Lady Caroline Blackwood and American composer-pianist Israel Citkowitz. Sands and Citkowitz have two daughters Natalya (14 August 1996) and Imogen (31 December 1999).

Filmography

Film

Julian Sands at the 1990 Cannes Film Festival. He had grown his hair long for the character of Franz Liszt in Impromptu.
Julian Sands at the 1990 Cannes Film Festival. He had grown his hair long for the character of Franz Liszt in Impromptu.
Year Title Role Notes
1982 Privates on Parade Sailor
1984 Oxford Blues Colin Gilchrist Fisher
The Killing Fields Jon Swain
1985 After Darkness Laurence Hunningford
The Doctor and the Devils Dr. Murray
A Room With A View George Emerson
1986 Gothic Percy Bysshe Shelley
Harem - the loss of innocence Forest
1987 Siesta Kit
1988 Vibes Dr. Harrison Steele
Wherever You Are... Julian Castor
1989 Warlock Warlock
Murder on the Moon Kirilenko
Tennessee Nights Wolfgang Leighton
Manika Daniel
1990 The Sun Also Shines at Night Sergio Giuramondo
Arachnophobia Dr. James Atherton
1991 Impromptu Franz Liszt
The Wicked Gustav
Husband and Lovers Stefan
Naked Lunch Yves Cloquet
1992 Tale of a Vampire Alex
Crazy in Love Mark Constable
1993 Warlock: The Armageddon Warlock
Boxing Helena Dr. Nick Cavanaugh
1994 The Browning Version Tom Gilbert
The Turn of the Screw Mr. Cooper
Mario and the Magician Professor Fuhrmann
Witch Hunt Finn Macha
1995 Leaving Las Vegas Yuri Butso
The Great Elephant Escape Clive Potter
1996 The Tomorrow Man Ken
1997 One Night Stand Charlie's Nurse
End of Summer Rev. Basil March
1998 The Phantom of the Opera Erik, The Phantom of the Opera
Long Time Since Michael James
1999 The Loss of Sexual Innocence Adult Nic
2000 Mercy Dr. Dominick Broussard
Timecode Quentin
Vatel Louis XIV
The Million Dollar Hotel Terence Scopey
2002 The Scoundrel's Wife Doctor Lenz
2003 The Medallion Snakehead
2004 Romasanta Manuel Blanco Romasanta
Curse of the Ring Hagen
2005 Her name is Carla Bill
Easy Six Packard Schmidt
2006 La piste Gary
The Haunted Airman Dr. Hal Burns
2007 Ocean's Thirteen Greco Montgomery
2008 Stargate: The Ark of Truth Doci
Cat City Nick Compton
Heidi 4 Paws Peter the Goatherder (voice)
2009 Blood and Bone Franklin McVeigh
2010 Golf in the Kingdom Peter McNaughton
2011 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Young Henrik Vanger
2012 Hirokin Viceroy Griffin
Suspension of Disbelief DCI Hackett
2013 All Things to All Men Cutter
The Last Impresario Himself - Interviewee
2014 Cesar Chavez Victore Representative
Jetty Skylar Nielsen
Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks Winslow Cunard
Me Sam Citkowitz
2015 Extraordinary Tales Narrator
2018 Walk Like a Panther

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1984 The Box of Delights Greek soldier Episode: Beware of Yesterday
1986 Harem Charles Forest Episodes 1 and 2
2000 - 02 Jackie Chan Adventures Valmont 26 episodes, voice
2001 Rose Red Nick Hardaway TV mini-series, 3 episodes
2002 Ozzy and Drix Penicillin G Episode: Strep-Finger, voice
2004 Dark Kingdom: The Dragon King Hagen TV
2005 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Barclay Pallister Episode: Design
2005 Stargate SG-1 Doci Episode: Origin, The Fourth Horseman Part 1
2006 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Paul Reinhardt Episode: Dramma Giocoso
2006 24 Vladimir Bierko TV - recurring, 11 episodes
2007 Agatha Christie's Marple Thomas Royde Episode: Towards Zero
2007 Ghost Whisperer Ethan Clark 2 episodes
2009 Beyond Sherwood Forest Malcolm TV movie
2010 Castle Teddy Farrow Episode: Inventing the Girl
2012 Person of Interest Alistair Wesley Episode: Critical
2013 Dexter Miles Castner TV - recurring
2014 Banshee Priest 3 episodes
Crossbones William Jagger TV - recurring, 8 episodes
2015 Gotham Dr. Gerald Crane/"Todd" 2 episodes
We're Doomed! The Dad's Army Story John Le Mesurier
2018 Medici: Masters of Florence Piero di Cosimo de' Medici
2018 The Blacklist Sutton Ross Season 5, Episode 22: Sutton Ross

References

  1. ^ Births, Marriages & Deaths Index of England & Wales, 1916-2005; accessed 4 May 2014.
  2. ^ "Classic TV The Box of Delights". bbc.co.uk. BBC Cult. Retrieved 17 March 2016.
  3. ^ BBC Four profile, bbc.co.uk; accessed 4 May 2014.
  4. ^ a b Julian Sands on IMDb
  5. ^ Bollywood Hero, bostonherald.com; accessed 4 May 2014.
  6. ^ Brown, Jonathan (10 June 2011). "Malkovich and Pinter: an unlikely alliance". London: The Independent. Retrieved 29 April 2012.
  7. ^ "Julian Sands in a Celebration of Harold Pinter". The List. August 2011. Retrieved 29 April 2012.
  8. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 6 January 2013. Retrieved 2013-05-02.
  9. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2 May 2013. Retrieved 30 April 2013.
  10. ^ "Julian Sands to appear in Dexter", tvguide.com; accessed 22 April 2014.
  11. ^ "Quentin Sands chosen "Britain's Sexiest Man" (of 1998)". thetelegraphandargus.co.uk. Newsquest (Yorkshire & North East) Ltd. 12 September 1998. Archived from the original on 4 May 2014. Retrieved 22 April 2014.
  12. ^ Day, Julia (8 March 2006). "Sinking Sands". The Guardian. London, UK: Guardian News and Media Limited. Retrieved 3 December 2018.

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