What movies has Julian Lerner been in? His Age, Parents, Wiki

Who is Julian Lerner?

American actor Julian Lerner was born under the zodiac sign Scorpio on 6 November 2007, in New York State, USA. He has 18 acting credits, and is perhaps known best for playing Nando Torres in the 2021 family comedy movie “Yes, Day”, which starred Jenna Ortega, Edgar Ramirez and Jennifer Garner, and was directed by Miguel Arteta. It follows a mother and father who’ve decided to let their children have a day of fun and adventure, instead of saying ‘no’ to all of their requests; the film was nominated for two awards.

Julian’s currently shooting for the upcoming movie “Boys of Summer”.

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Education and early life

Julian was raised in New York State as an only child, by his father Daniel Lerner and mother Erin Bellard; his father’s today working at New York University as a professor of The Science of Happiness, and is also an author and motivational speaker, while his mother’s profession remains undisclosed.

Julian became interested in acting aged seven, when he appeared in his first play at a local elementary school; he was nine when he had his TV series debut, voicing Cian in the 2017 episode “The Large Little Laddie” of the animated family adventure “Super Wings!”, which stars Chasden Gilson-Walker, Hudson Loverro and Luca Padovan, and was created by Gil Hoon Jung. It follows the life of jet plane Jett, the series has been airing since 2015 and has been nominated for four awards. Also in 2017, Julian made his debut film appearance in the comedy “Pottersville”, and he’s been active in the film industry ever since.

He’s yet to speak about his education, but it’s widely believed that he’s being homeschooled so that he can focus on his career.

Roles in movies

Julian played Kai in the 2018 short drama “Every Other Weekend”, starring alongside Angelina Palma and Zyra Gorecki. The film was written and directed by Josh Victor Rothstein, follows the life of a divorced mother, and won four of its five award nominations.

Julian voiced Young Luca in the 2019 animated action adventure “Dragon Quest: Your Story”, and the following year saw him star as Leo in the short drama “Leo the Lionhearted”. Also in 2020, Julian portrayed Davis Cook in the short comedy “A Portrait of Frances, Enclosed”, and his only other movie role has been portraying Rico in the critically acclaimed 2021 crime drama “The Many Saints of Newark”, which starred Jon Bernthal, Leslie Odom Jr. and Alessandro Nivola, and was directed by Alan Taylor. It follows the life of mob boss Tony Soprano, and the film was nominated for four awards.

Roles in TV series

In 2018, Julian played Rap Kid in the episode “Xi Jinping” of the news comedy “Last Week with John Oliver”, and he could then have been seen appearing in an episode of the musical comedy “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”, the comedy “Saturday Night Live”, and the action crime comedy “Happy!”

In 2020, he voiced Young Derek in 11 episodes of the comedy “Escape from Virtual Island”, which starred Paula Pell, Jack McBrayer and Paul Rudd, and follows a group of people as they’re trying to rescue a billionaire trapped inside a virtual simulation.

Julian went on to appear in two episodes of the action family adventure “From Now”, and from 2021 through 2023, he played Brad Hitman in all 32 episodes of the family comedy “The Wonder Years”, which starred Saycon Sengbloh, Dule Hill and Elisha Williams, and was created by Saladin K. Patterson. It follows a man as he’s recalling his days in Montgomery, Alabama in the ‘60s, and the series won one of its 15 award nominations.

Also from 2021 through 2023, Julian voiced Lucas in 22 episodes of the animated family drama “Alma’s Way”, which starred Annie Henk, Neo Vela and Summer Rose Castillo, and was created by Sonia Manzano; it follows the life of a six years old girl, and the series won two of its five award nominations.

Julian’s only other role has been voicing Oliver in four episodes of the animated action “Pantheon”, which has been airing since 2022.

Other credits

Julian sang the song “What Christmas Means to Me” in the 2020 episode “Day 17: Julian Lerner ft. Arwen Monzon-Sanders” of the musical series “Christmas with Arwen”.

Some of his talk-show appearances have been in “Entertainment Tonight”, “Popternative” and “Courageous Nerd”.

Awards and nominations

Julian won a 2020 Pinnacle Film Diamond Award for Best Actor, for his performance in “Leo the Lionhearted”.

Love life and girlfriend

Julian avoids speaking about his love life in public, and most of his fans believe that he’s still too young to be dating, but there are also those who claim otherwise.

Some of Julian’s fans believe that he’s today dating a non-celebrity American girl, with whom he’s been seen spending time in public on more than a single occasion; it’s said that the two have been spotted holding hands, but this is yet to be addressed by Julian.

He seems to be unattached as of November 2023.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Julian’s steadily making a name for himself in the film industry, and has thus also built a fanbase for himself on the internet; close to 50,000 people are following him on Instagram today, and he’s posted over 800 pictures and videos, with most featuring him playing various sports with his friends, travelling, and shooting for his movies and TV series.

Julian’s passionate about music and can both play the guitar and sing.

He works out at the gym several times every week.

Julian’s been to a couple of US states to shoot for his movies and TV series.

Robert De Niro’s one of his favorite actors, and a couple of Julian’s favorite movies are “The Sleepers”, “Taxi Driver” and the trilogy “The Godfather”.

Height, age and net worth

Julian’s age is 16. He has brown hair and eyes, is 5ft 6ins (1.68m) tall and weighs around 140lbs (65kgs).

Julian’s net worth’s been estimated at over $150,000, as of November 2023.

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