JULIAN MCMAHON (Jim Hanson) An actor who delivers a heady combination of
charisma and intensity to his roles, Julian McMahon has impressed critics and audiences
alike with his work.
McMahon was most recently seen on the big screen in "Fantastic Four" playing
'Victor Von Doom,' a role he will reprise in this summer's sequel "Fantastic Four: Rise of
the Silver Surferâ€ť.
McMahon was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a
Television Drama for the FX original drama series "Nip/Tuck." He was previously
nominated for a Golden Satellite Award in the Best Actor in a Drama Series category. .
McMahon recently completed work on the independent film "Prisoner" for
writer/directors David Alford and Robert Lynne. McMahon stars as 'Derek Plato,' a
Hollywood film director who, while scouting an abandoned prison for his next film, is
taken hostage by a jailer.
Previously, McMahon made an impression on television audiences via his
roles as 'Detective John Grant' on the award-winning NBC drama series "Profiler" and
the tortured demon, 'Cole Turner' on the popular WB series "Charmed."
Hailing from Australia, McMahon was known to audiences for his lead role in
the primetime drama, "The Power, The Passion." He then joined the cast of the hit series
"Home and Away". In 1992, McMahon broke into American television when he was cast
as 'Ian Rain' on the daytime drama "Another World." He also co-starred in the cable
movies "In Quiet Night" and "Another Day," executive produced by Francis Ford
Coppola and starring Shannen Doherty and Brad Renfro. His other television credits
include a guest starring role on "Will & Grace."
Additional feature film credits include "Meet Market", "Wet and Wild
Summer" and "Chasing Sleep". He has also starred on stage, most notably in the Sydney
and Melbourne productions of "Love Letters."
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