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Julian Bailey (actor)

Julian Bailey (born May 25, 1977 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian actor who has been seen on several television series, including Better Off Ted, NCIS, Just Shoot Me!, Judging Amy and Charmed to name a few. He first appeared to American television audiences in 2002 in the recurring role of Scott Wilson, assistant to Lea Thompson, in the Lifetime network drama, For The People.[1] Julian became well known to 'Daytime' audiences in the comedic recurring role of Vincent, the flirtatious bartender from the 'Indigo Club' on The Young and the Restless. He recently starred opposite Rebecca St. James in the newly released movie Sarah's Choice, and with Jeffrey Tambor in the feature film comedy, Meeting Spencer (2010). Julian also appears in the 2010 feature film drama, Acts of Violence, starring Ron Perlman and Leelee Sobieski.

Julian Bailey
Born (1977-05-25) May 25, 1977 (age 41)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Years active1988–present

He was the voice of Pepito in the popular Madeline specials by Cinar Films, narrated by fellow Montreal native, Christopher Plummer. Bailey also did voices for several anime series, including Jungle Book Shōnen Mowgli, as Mowgli.

He has been acting since he was a child. As a youth, Julian was a member of The Children's Theatre of Montreal. He was an original member of The Piven Theatre Workshop Subscription Company in Evanston, Illinois, where he was mentored by Byrne Piven, father of actor Jeremy Piven.

A huge sports fan, Julian has visited many Major League ballparks across the U.S. and is said to have attended the longest scoreless Major League Baseball game in history at Olympic Stadium in Montreal, as a boy. The final score was L.A. Dodgers 1, Montreal Expos 0 (22 innings). While living on Chicago's north side in the late nineties, he regularly attended Chicago Cubs games at Wrigley Field.







  1. ^ Erickson, Hal (2009-06-15). Encyclopedia of television law shows: factual and fictional series about judges, lawyers and the courtroom, 1948-2008. McFarland. p. 109. ISBN 978-0-7864-3828-0. Retrieved 5 April 2011.

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