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Julian Griffith – Former Pro Athlete & Actor on NBC

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Julian Griffith, Actor on NBC’s Hit Tv Show “Chicago Fire” and Former professional Baseball Player will be interviewed on “The Celebrity Spot” with T-Huny and Soko Nix! Sunday, Nov 24th, 2019. at 6pm EST.

Born an identical twin in Chicago, Illinois on March 28th, 1990, Julian Griffith and his twin brother begun their acting careers at the young age of three years old. At the age of five, Julian started print modeling and at the age of seven he entered the world of sports, playing baseball.

Julian is known for his roles in top films such as the $40 million plus gross in sales and #1 Box Office movie “Hardball” starring Keanu Reeves and Diane Lane.

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Taking a break from acting, at the age of thirteen, he decided to focus more on school and baseball. Julian played college baseball at St. Joesph’s College (NCAA-D2) and Calumet College of St. Joseph (NAIA) but then injured his UCL senior year prompting him to get reconstructive surgery. This took him out for the season. He then stepped back into the world of film booking a Principle role in the TV Pilot “The In Crowd”. After college, Julian moved on to signing three professional baseball contracts.

Watch Julian’s latest acting reel below:

Fun Facts:

  1. Julian enjoys public speaking and mentoring.
  2. In 2013, Julian made history as Calumet College’s first Black man to graduate from their Education Program with an Elementary Education degree with a Science Endorsement for Secondary Education.
  3. After college, Julian signed three professional baseball contracts.

To see more of Julian Griffith’s acting credits, please click here!

Written by: LaTasha 'T-Huny' Williamson

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