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An actor who delivers a heady combination of charisma and intensity to his roles,
JULIAN McMAHON (Victor Von Doom / Doctor Doom) has impressed critics and
audiences alike with his work.
McMahon recently starred in "Premonition" opposite Sandra Bullock. The film
revolves around a woman who has a premonition that her husband will die in a car crash
and sets out to prevent it. This film marks the Hollywood debut of German director
Mennan Yapo and is a Hyde Park production for TriStar and MGM.
McMahon first appeared as Dr. Doom in the 20th Century Fox and Marvel
Studios summer hit "Fantastic Four." Directed by Tim Story and based on the Marvel
Comics franchise, the film follows four superheroes who develop superpowers when their
spaceship is exposed to radiation. The film also starred Michael Chiklis, Ioan Gruffudd,
Jessica Alba and Chris Evans.
McMahon was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a
Television Drama for the second season of the FX original drama series "Nip/Tuck."
Currently in production on the fourth season, the show was created and is executive
produced by Ryan Murphy, and stars McMahon opposite Dylan Walsh and Joely
Richardson as 'Dr. Christian Troy' who shares a booming plastic surgery practice with his
best friend 'Dr. Sean McNamara' (Walsh). The two doctors serve as a moral and ethical
yin and yang both in their professional and personal lives, navigating their way through
problems and challenges that are sometimes tragic and oftentimes stretch the boundaries
of the imagination. McMahon was previously nominated for a Golden Satellite Award in
the Best Actor in a Drama Series category.
McMahon stars in 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.
Derek is held captive on death row, where he is forced to delve deeply into his past and
his work. Ultimately, he discovers what caused him to become a voyeuristic, arrogant
man. The film also stars Elias Koteas, Dagmara Dominczyk, Kim Raver, Rocky Carroll
and Tom Guiry.
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" which has also starred Guy Pearce, Heath Ledger, Martin Henderson
and Naomi Watts among others. In 1992, McMahon broke into American television
when he was cast as 'Ian Rain' on the daytime drama "Another World." He also costarred
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" opposite Elizabeth
Berkeley and Aisha Tyler, "Wet and Wild Summer" with Elliot Gould and "Chasing
Sleep" with Jeff Daniels. He has also starred on stage, most notably in the Sydney and
Melbourne productions of "Love Letters."
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