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|name = Julian Morris
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|birthdate = {{Birth date and age|1983|1|13}}
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|gender = Male
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|birthplace = [[wikipedia:Crouch End|Crouch End]], [[wikipedia:London|London]], [[wikipedia:England|England]]<ref name="pll"/>
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|status = Guest Starring
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|portrays = [[Prince Phillip]]
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'''Julian Morris''' is the British actor who portrays [[Prince Phillip]] on [[ABC]]'s ''[[Once Upon a Time]]''.
   
Video footage highlighted by journalist Alfons López Tena presents a truly incredible scene featuring dictatorial Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro literally dancing with other members of the political elite as his militarized police force brutally represses his own citizens in the streets, shooting tear gas, physically assaulting them and reportedly killing many, as huge armored vehicles move through the city.
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==Biography==
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Julian David Morris was born on January 13, 1983<ref name="birthday">https://twitter.com/Ju1ianMorris/status/290568085965000704</ref> in [[wikipedia:Crouch End|Crouch End]] of North [[wikipedia:London|London]], but raised in [[wikipedia:Muswell Hill|Muswell Hill]].<ref name="pll">http://abcfamily.go.com/shows/pretty-little-liars/blogs/Season-3/fan-interview-julian-morris-pretty-little-liars?page=5</ref> He is the son of [[wikipedia:Zimbabwean|Zimbabwean]]-born former teacher Andrea and [[wikipedia:South African|South African]]-born accountant Glen Morris. Julian spent his childhood growing up in both countries.<ref name="pll"/><ref name="JM">http://www.standard.co.uk/es-magazine-fashion/morris-major-6857763.html</ref> His sister, Amy, once worked for fashion designer [[wikipedia:Alexander McQueen|Alexander McQueen]].<ref name="JM"/> Early in his childhood, Julian began acting at [[wikipedia:Islington|Islington]]'s [[wikipedia:Anna Scher Theatre|Anna Scher Theatre]]. At thirteen, he caught the attention of the director of British drama ''[[wikipedia:The Knock|The Knock]]'' during a theatre production, and was offered a part in the series.<ref name="julian">http://www.tribute.ca/people/julian-morris/14469/</ref>
   
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For the next eight years, Julian continued building up his acting skills with intensive training at the Anna Scher Theatre while job opportunities arose for him. After filling a role on ''The Knock'' for a year, he made his feature film debut in the 1997 production of ''Don't Go Breaking My Heart'', which was not released to the public until 1999. This followed with a small gig in the 1999 TV movie ''Kid'' in the Corner before taking on regular role in the six part drama series ''[[wikipedia:Fish (BBC TV series)|Fish]]''.<ref name="julian"/>
<p lang="en">Venezuela's dictator dancing in state TV while his police shoot tear gas, clash with protesters, kill them.<br />Normalcy[https://t.co/Gax2VveH7S pic.twitter.com/Gax2VveH7S]</p>
 
— Alfons López Tena (@alfonslopeztena) [https://twitter.com/alfonslopeztena/status/860117669911113730 May 4, 2017]As one follower aptly pointed out, Maduro is clearly a student of history because he's doing his best imitation of another notorious tyrannical autocrat:
 
<p lang="en">[https://twitter.com/timpastoor @timpastoor] [https://twitter.com/alfonslopeztena @alfonslopeztena] Nero was first! [https://t.co/Je4SZSye3U pic.twitter.com/Je4SZSye3U]</p>
 
— Tering Nering (@TeringNering) [https://twitter.com/TeringNering/status/860140180774293504 May 4, 2017]If you haven't been keeping track of the economic and political upheaval playing out in Venezuela recently, the situation has reached dystopian nightmare levels. Despite sitting on [https://www.eia.gov/beta/international/data/browser/#/?pa=0000000000000000000008&c=ruvvvvvfvtvnvv1urvvvvfvvvvvvfvvvou20evvvvvvvvvnvvuvo&ct=0&tl_id=5-A&vs=INTL.57-6-AFG-BB.A&cy=2016&vo=0&v=H&start=1980 the world's largest known oil reserves], the once wealthy country's economy has utterly collapsed as [http://www.investors.com/politics/editorials/what-caused-venezuelas-collapse-is-no-mystery-except-to-economically-illiterate-journalists/ the inevitable result] of socialist leader Hugo Chávez (president from February 1999 to March 2013) nationalizing more than 1,150 companies, including many banks, all public utilities, and, most notably, the entire oil industry. The darling of the left also handed out hundreds of billions to the poor, driving up the national debt and creating a culture of widespread dependency on the government.
 
   
The collapse of oil prices and Maduro's continuation of his predecessor's socialist policies have resulted in a tragic and increasingly dire situation. The Telegraph's Jason Mitchell provides some of the [http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/05/01/venezuela-collapsing-socialist-induced-chaos-yet-remains-corbynista/ stark numbers]:
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Julian also spent three seasons<ref name="julian"/> of his teenage years at the [[wikipedia:Royal Shakespeare Company|Royal Shakespeare Company]] portraying spear-carriers<ref name="JM"/> and working under directors Stephen Pimlott, Elija Moshinsky and [[wikipedia:Tim Albery|Tim Albery]] in productions such as ''[[wikipedia:Macbeth|Macbeth]]'' and ''[[wikipedia:Richard III (play)|Richard III]]''.<ref>http://www.julianmorrisonline.com/resume</ref> Subsequently, he completed his schooling [[wikipedia:A-level|A-level]] exams and received acceptance into [[wikipedia:Nottingham University|Nottingham University]] with an English major and plans to tour [[wikipedia:Africa|Africa]]. However, persuasion from an agent convinced him to drop his future aspirations and earned a lead in the [[wikipedia:NBC|NBC]] pilot ''[[wikipedia:Young Arthur|Young Arthur]]'',<ref name="JM"/> which brought Julian to the attention of North American viewers.<ref name="julian"/>
The country ran out of toilet paper five years’ ago. [http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/04/21/venezuelans-flee-across-border-colombia-caracas-braces-protests/ During the past year, the average Venezuelan has not had enough to eat and has lost 19 pounds in weight]. People are being forced to rummage through rubbish. They have even started to raid zoos and to eat giant anteaters and flamingos. Eight in ten medicines are not available. The minimum wage is 149,000 bolivars, the equivalent of £33 a month. The state pension is the same.
 
   
The country’s GDP collapsed by 19 per cent last year, imports are down 50 per cent, and inflation is running at more than 700 per cent.
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In 2014, Julian was cast as Reverend Paul Curtis in ''[[wikipedia:Hand of God (TV series)|Hand of God]]''.<ref>http://deadline.com/2014/03/julian-morris-cast-in-amazons-hand-of-god-jama-williamson-in-nbcs-ellen-more-or-less-699467/</ref> Later that year, Julian was cast as Ryan, a recurring character in the fourth season of ''[[wikipedia:New Girl|New Girl]]''.<ref>http://tvline.com/2014/08/29/new-girl-season-4-cast-julian-morris-ryan/</ref> In 2016, Julian landed a major role in the film, ''[[wikipedia:Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House|Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House]]'' playing Bob Woodward, the Washington Post reporter who teamed with Carl Bernstein to expose the Watergate dealings.<ref>http://deadline.com/2016/05/julian-morris-felt-sam-hazeldine-joins-hitmans-bodyguard-1201761546/</ref>
   
At the heart of Venezuela’s economic chaos lies market distortions. Petrol is sold at less than 1p per litre, costing £12 billion in state subsidies. Price controls mean that it is unprofitable for small businesses to sell staple goods, creating shortages.
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==Trivia==
With almost all of the country's cash depending on the oil market, all it took was declining prices for the whole socialist dream to go up in flames. Now, in order to keep himself in power, Maduro is doing what Marxist leaders like him do best: crush their own people.
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*Favorite ice cream flavor is Dolce Leche.<ref name="pll"/>
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*Can juggle.<ref name="pll"/>
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==Filmography==
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| 1999
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| ''Kid in the Corner''
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| School Boy
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| Movie
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|-
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| 2002
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| ''Spin''
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| Fiz
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| Short film
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|-
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| 2005
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| ''[[wikipedia:Cry Wolf (2005 film)|Cry_Wolf]]''
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| Owen Matthews
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| Movie
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|-
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| 2006
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| ''[[wikipedia:Whirlygirl|Whirlygirl]]''
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| James
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| Movie
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|-
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| 2008
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| ''[[wikipedia:Donkey Punch (film)|Donkey Punch]]''
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| Josh
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| Movie
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|-
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| 2008
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| ''[[wikipedia:Valkyrie (film)|Valkyrie]]''
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| Young Lieutenant - Desert
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| Movie
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|-
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| 2009
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| ''[[wikipedia:Sorority Row|Sorority Row]]''
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| Andy
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| Movie
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|-
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| 2010
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| ''Privileged''
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| Spencer Stephens
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| Movie
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|-
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| 2012
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| ''[[wikipedia:Beyond (2012 film)|Beyond]]''
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| Farley Connors
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| Movie
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|-
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| 2013
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| ''[[wikipedia:Kelly + Victor|Kelly + Victor]]''
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| Victor
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| Movie
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|-
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| 2014
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| ''[[wikipedia:Something Wicked (film)|Something Wicked]]''
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| Ryan
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|-
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| 2014
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| ''Take Flight''
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| Walt
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| Short film
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|-
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| 2015
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| ''[[wikipedia:Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse|Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse]]''
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| Gareth
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| Movie
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|-
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| 2017
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| ''[[wikipedia:Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House|Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House]]''
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| Bob Woodward
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| Post-production
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|-
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|-
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| 1996
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| ''[[wikipedia:The Knock|The Knock]]''
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| Dafyd Ellis
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| 1 episode
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| 2000
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| ''[[wikipedia:Fish (BBC TV series)|Fish]]''
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| Carl Lumsden
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| 6 episodes
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|-
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| 2002
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| ''[[wikipedia:Young Arthur|Young Arthur]]''
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| Arthur
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| TV movie
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|-
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| 2004
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| ''Agatha Christie's Marple: The Murder at the Vicarage''
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| Dennis Clement
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| TV movie
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|-
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| 2007
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| ''[[wikipedia:Shark (TV series)|Shark]]''
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| Dylan Crawford
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| 1 episode
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|-
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| 2008–2009
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| ''[[wikipedia:ER (TV series)|ER]]''
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| Dr. Andrew Wade
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| 6 episodes
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|-
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| 2009
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| ''[[wikipedia:Privileged (TV series)|Privileged]]''
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| Simon
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| 1 episode
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|-
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| 2009
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| ''[[wikipedia:Eleventh Hour (US TV series)|Eleventh Hour]]''
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| Quinn
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| 1 episode
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|-
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| 2010
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| ''[[wikipedia:24 (TV series)|24]]''
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| Agent Owen
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| 6 episodes
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|-
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| 2010
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| ''[[wikipedia:My Generation (TV series)|My Generation]]''
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| Anders Holt
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| 8 episodes
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|-
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| 2012
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| ''[[wikipedia:Men at Work (TV series)|Men at Work]]''
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| Damien
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| 1 episode
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|-
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| 2013
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| ''Guilty''
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| Alex Boyd
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| TV movie
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|-
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| 2010–13, 2017
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| ''[[wikipedia:Pretty Little Liars (TV series)|Pretty Little Liars]]''
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| Wren Kingston
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| Recurring
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|-
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| 2012–Present
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| ''[[Once Upon a Time]]''
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| [[Prince Phillip]]
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| Guest starring
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| 2014-2017
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| ''[[wikipedia:Hand of God (TV series)|Hand of God]]''
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| Reverend Paul Curtis
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| Main cast
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| 2014-2015
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| ''[[wikipedia:New Girl|New Girl]]''
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| Ryan Geauxinue
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| 7 episodes
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<small>Note: "Archive" denotes archive footage.</small>
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==External links==
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*{{Website|http://www.julianmorrisonline.com}}
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*{{TwitterLink|Ju1ianMorris||Julian Morris}}
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Julian Morris is the British actor who portrays Prince Phillip on ABC's Once Upon a Time.

Biography

Julian David Morris was born on January 13, 1983[2] in Crouch End of North London, but raised in Muswell Hill.[1] He is the son of Zimbabwean-born former teacher Andrea and South African-born accountant Glen Morris. Julian spent his childhood growing up in both countries.[1][3] His sister, Amy, once worked for fashion designer Alexander McQueen.[3] Early in his childhood, Julian began acting at Islington's Anna Scher Theatre. At thirteen, he caught the attention of the director of British drama The Knock during a theatre production, and was offered a part in the series.[4]

For the next eight years, Julian continued building up his acting skills with intensive training at the Anna Scher Theatre while job opportunities arose for him. After filling a role on The Knock for a year, he made his feature film debut in the 1997 production of Don't Go Breaking My Heart, which was not released to the public until 1999. This followed with a small gig in the 1999 TV movie Kid in the Corner before taking on regular role in the six part drama series Fish.[4]

Julian also spent three seasons[4] of his teenage years at the Royal Shakespeare Company portraying spear-carriers[3] and working under directors Stephen Pimlott, Elija Moshinsky and Tim Albery in productions such as Macbeth and Richard III.[5] Subsequently, he completed his schooling A-level exams and received acceptance into Nottingham University with an English major and plans to tour Africa. However, persuasion from an agent convinced him to drop his future aspirations and earned a lead in the NBC pilot Young Arthur,[3] which brought Julian to the attention of North American viewers.[4]

In 2014, Julian was cast as Reverend Paul Curtis in Hand of God.[6] Later that year, Julian was cast as Ryan, a recurring character in the fourth season of New Girl.[7] In 2016, Julian landed a major role in the film, Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House playing Bob Woodward, the Washington Post reporter who teamed with Carl Bernstein to expose the Watergate dealings.[8]

Trivia

  • Favorite ice cream flavor is Dolce Leche.[1]
  • Can juggle.[1]

Filmography

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1999 Kid in the Corner School Boy Movie
2002 Spin Fiz Short film
2005 Cry_Wolf Owen Matthews Movie
2006 Whirlygirl James Movie
2008 Donkey Punch Josh Movie
2008 Valkyrie Young Lieutenant - Desert Movie
2009 Sorority Row Andy Movie
2010 Privileged Spencer Stephens Movie
2012 Beyond Farley Connors Movie
2013 Kelly + Victor Victor Movie
2014 Something Wicked Ryan
2014 Take Flight Walt Short film
2015 Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse Gareth Movie
2017 Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House Bob Woodward Post-production
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1996 The Knock Dafyd Ellis 1 episode
2000 Fish Carl Lumsden 6 episodes
2002 Young Arthur Arthur TV movie
2004 Agatha Christie's Marple: The Murder at the Vicarage Dennis Clement TV movie
2007 Shark Dylan Crawford 1 episode
2008–2009 ER Dr. Andrew Wade 6 episodes
2009 Privileged Simon 1 episode
2009 Eleventh Hour Quinn 1 episode
2010 24 Agent Owen 6 episodes
2010 My Generation Anders Holt 8 episodes
2012 Men at Work Damien 1 episode
2013 Guilty Alex Boyd TV movie
2010–13, 2017 Pretty Little Liars Wren Kingston Recurring
2012–Present Once Upon a Time Prince Phillip Guest starring
2014-2017 Hand of God Reverend Paul Curtis Main cast
2014-2015 New Girl Ryan Geauxinue 7 episodes

Appearances

Note: "Archive" denotes archive footage.

External links

References

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