Martin Julien

Martin Julien is an actor of four decades' experience, having made his professional debut at age ten for the Factory Theatre Lab. Since then, he has worked with virtually every established theatre company in Toronto, including Tarragon, Factory, Passe Muraille, Canadian Stage, Mirvish Productions, Livent, YPT, Necessary Angel, Crow’s, Theatre Columbus, Volcano, Nightwood, Nightswimming, Tapestry, Theatre Direct, Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company, The Theatre Centre and Buddies in Bad Times. He has been nominated for three Dora Mavor Moore Awards as best performer, and has also been an associate artist at the internationally acclaimed Caravan Farm Theatre in British Columbia since 1997. As well, Martin has maintained an extensive career in television and film, playing supporting principal and/or recurring roles in TO CATCH A KILLER (opposite Brian Dennehy), STREET LEGAL, BLACK HARBOUR and LOST GIRL among others. He is also an accomplished playwright, with productions at Canada’s National Arts Centre, Harbourfront/Worldstage, Nightswimming and Summerworks. Martin has taught acting and theatre history for York University and the Toronto Film School. He is currently a Ph.D. student at the Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Toronto, as well as an instructor of acting in the University College undergraduate program.