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Julian McMahon
Birthday: July 27, 1968

Birth Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Height: 6' 3"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Julian McMahon. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



The second of three children, Julian McMahon was born in Sydney, Australia, where his father served as prime minister from 1971-1972. McMahon didn't show any particular interest in acting during his youth; in fact, he went to the University of Sydney fully intending to study law, but became bored with college life and left with dreams of a modeling career in 1987. While that path was fruitful enough to take McMahon to some of the world's most prominent fashion arenas (including Milan, Paris, New York, Los Angeles, and Rome), it was a blue jeans commercial in his native country that led to an 18-month stint on a popular Australian prime-time soap opera. After his departure, he landed a role in the television series Home and Away (1988), which was eventually adapted into a musical. A supporting role in Wet and Wild Summer! (1992) prompted McMahon to make a more permanent move to Los Angeles, where he planned to pursue acting full-time. Sure enough, McMahon quickly found a role on NBC's long-running daytime soap Another World, and, after leaving the show two years later, he participated in a series of plays, as well as several unremarkable films (including Magenta in 1996). McMahon's forte, clearly, was in the world of prime-time television: In 1996, he co-starred in Profiler, and later took on a role in Charmed, a WB fantasy series in which he played a love interest saddled with the unfortunate trait of being a demon. Though McMahon starred alongside Jeff Daniels in director Michael Walker's psychological thriller Chasing Sleep in 2000, his true breakout role would come in 2003, when he won the starring role of playboy plastic surgeon Dr. Christian Troy in Nip/Tuck, F/X's joyfully over-the-top nighttime drama.

Movie Credits
Fantastic Four and the Silver Surfer (2007)
[ Ioan Gruffudd ][ Michael Chiklis ]
Premonition (2007)
[ Jason Douglas ]
Cherry Peck (2005)
[ Dylan Walsh ][ John Hensley ]
Quentin Costa (2005)
[ Dylan Walsh ][ John Hensley ][ Bruno Campos ][ Brian Kerwin ]
Joy Kringle (2005)
[ Dylan Walsh ][ John Hensley ][ Bruno Campos ][ Brian Kerwin ]
Sal Perri (2005)
[ Dylan Walsh ][ Bruno Campos ]
Fantastic Four (2005)
[ Ioan Gruffudd ][ Chris Evans ][ Robert Evans ][ Michael Chiklis ][ Chris Columbus ]
Prisoner (2005)
[ Elias Koteas ][ Tom Guiry ]
Meet Market (2004)
[ Alan Tudyk ]
Centennial Charmed (2003)
The Importance of Being Phoebe (2003)
Y Tu Mummy También (2003)
Sam I Am (2002)
Another Day (2001)
Chasing Sleep (2000)
[ Jeff Daniels ][ Gil Bellows ][ Zach Grenier ]
Reunion: Part 1 (1999)
Heads, You Lose (1999)
Inheritance (1999)
Ceremony of Innocence (1999)
In Quiet Night (1998)
[ Lukas Haas ][ James DuMont ]
Magenta (1996)
[ Gedeon Burkhard ]
Wet and Wild Summer! (1992)
[ Elliott Gould ][ Christopher Atkins ]


  • Son of Sir William McMahon, Prime Minister of Australia (1971)
  • He is the second child of Sir William and Lady Sonia McMahon. Sir William McMahon (deceased) was the former Prime Minister of Australia
  • Was once quoted in an Australian magazine article as saying that acting was just another job to bring in money.
  • Has a daughter, Madison, with Brooke Burns.
  • Has an older sister Melinda and a younger sister Deborah
  • Former brother-in-law of actress Kylie Minogue.
  • Is Fluent in Spanish (as in NIP/TUCK pilot)
  • His surname is pronounced McM-a-n
  • Favorite song is "People are Strange" by The Doors.
  • His character, Cole Turner, was killed off in the landmark 100th episode of "Charmed" (1998).
  • Attended the University of Sydney
  • Attended Sydney Grammar School, a Private school in Sydney.
  • Was being considered to take over the role of James Bond from Pierce Brosnan but lost out to Daniel Craig.
  • Was listed as a potential nominee on the 2006 Razzie Award nominating ballot. He was suggested in the Worst Supporting Actor category for his performance in the film Fantastic Four (2005), he failed to receive a nomination however.

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