Julian Black Antelope is a Canadian actor that stars in Blackstone from Alberta! Julian is of Irish and First nation’s decent, he first entered the film and television arena in 2004 on DreamWorks/TNT’s mini-series, Into the West (2005). He acted alongside Canadian icon Graham Greene. He is a known face in the Calgary Film market where he resides there and travels for his work. He is one of the handsome men in film making Calgary and Canada proud! His roles are usually bad ass and he has played many different characters that have shown us all, he is a true artist and star!
Since his arrival, Julian has studied under a variety of acting coaches but has made the most gains to strengthen and hone his craft by working extensively in various theater productions, TV series and feature films. In addition to a variety of other key production capacities that were sought out in order to obtain a comprehensive working knowledge of all aspects of the film and television industry.
Julian’s background as a stunt performer has also proved him invaluable in securing roles both nationally & internationally, by providing a unique skill set, which sometimes calls upon him to dually serve as a stunt coordinator.
He is a series regular on APTN’s award winning hard-hitting Drama Blackstone (2011), the Canadian crime series: Bluff(2013), and has also Guest-Starred on CBC’s: Arctic Air (2012) and Showtime/Sky TV’s new British-American horror series: Penny Dreadful (2014) opposite Josh Hartnett.
Since 2008 Julian, has written, directed, produced, helped edit an independent short films and video documentaries. His most recent project was being a co-producer on the full length sci-fi/art house-dramatic feature film, Empyrean (2015).
Julian Black Antelope continues to work Nationally & Internationally as an Actor, Stunt Performer/Coordinator as he continues to use his talents, skills and creative muscles to break down barriers and take on new challenges as he enters the developing and producing arena with new project concepts for the big screen and broadcast.
Julian currently lives in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, with his supportive wife Tracy and their three beautiful children. He has instinctive ties to Blackfoot culture and value system is what keeps him balanced in life and work.
You can catch Julian starring in the upcoming TV series shot in 2015 in Ireland called, Klondike for TG4/RTE.
Julian in, The Northlander which went to Cannes Film Festival 2016, by Benjamin Hayden Ross