Julien Zuccolin

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6 May 1982 Mulhouse, Haut-Rhin, France
6' (1.83 m)
Julien Zuccolin is building his career stone by stone from Paris to Los Angeles.As a child, Zuccolin developed an interest in music and theater. He began playing the violin at the age of six. His interest then shifted to piano and guitar. He attended The International Paris Music Academy for five years. His passion for Moliere and theater led him to the "Cours Simon" in Paris, where he worked hard on his craft for almost 4 years. At the age of 15, while visiting Paramount Studios with his family, Zuccolin had a revelation: that he would one day hone his craft in Los Angeles.In 2000, Zuccolin was an exchange student, living with an American family in Mobile Alabama. His first stop was Memphis, Tennessee, an inspiration to him musically. In 2001, at the age of 19, he starred in the popular French sitcom, "Le Groupe". He completed 68 episodes as a principal. After "Le Groupe", he worked with Anthony Delon, and Charlotte de Turkheim, on the TV series, "Canicule" in 2003. At the American Festival in Deauville, Zuccolin had the honor of meeting Steven Spielberg. That experience inspired Zuccolin even more to pursue his American dream.After receiving his degree from the "Cours Simon" and Raymond Aquaviva from the renowned "Comédie-Française" he devoted his work to theater at the Gymnasne in Paris with Barroufe a Chioggia, and at the "Cours Simon" with "Leon Morin Priest". In 2004, Zuccolin was in the troup of "Coronation of Poppea" at the Theater of Champs Elysées.In 2006, Robert Hossein, one of the most popular directors in Paris, called Zuccolin to be in the troup of "Ben Hur". This production had an audience of 350,000 at the Stadium of France during its 5-day run. Then in 2007, he portrayed King Boleslas in Hossein's "John Paul II". Between shows, he visited Memphis and Nashville to work on his music, and visited Los Angeles to prepare for his next step in the world of acting.He graduated from UCLA with a certificate in entertainment media, his major was Acting. He recorded and produced one of his songs , "From Paris to Memphis", at the well-renowned Radio Recorders Studio. Elvis Presley used to record there, more than 80 songs. Zuccolin used as a soundtrack in his film "Contre-plongée" the theme Frpm Paris to Memphis. Contre Plongée will be presented in 2010 at the short film corner in Cannes.Since then, he has been seen in several short films including Daniel Picolo's, "Nail" and Nick Harris' "Closer". In 2009, He just finished filming as a guest star "Pete smalls is dead", Escarpment Studios 2010, a Brandon Cole Film.Between Paris and Hollywood, Zuccolin continues to challenge himself in his life engagement and passion as an actor.
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