Julian Barratt is a British comedian-actor, musician, and music producer. He landed a significant prominence for playing the character 'Howard Moon' in the theatre, radio, and television version of the cult comedy The Mighty Boosh.
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Julian Barratt's Bio: Age, Height
Julian Barratt was born as 'Julian Barratt Pettifer' on the 4th of May 1968 in Leeds, England.
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He stands at a height of 6 feet and 2 inches (1.88 meters).
Married To Wife?
Julian Barratt's bio on Facebook unveils that he is in a relationship with his partner Julia Davis. The couple together is the parents to their twins, Arthur and Walter, born on the 25th of June 2007. The family of four live in North London.
Julian Barratt and his partner, Julia Davis attend the Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards on 12 May 2019 in London, England (Photo: zimbio.com)
Back in November 2010, in an article written on Julia Davis's works, The Telegraph termed Julian and Julia as a married couple; however, not much was explained on it further.
Movies, TV Shows
Julian Barratt owns a really long list of movie credits, some of which would be In Fabric (2019), Brakes (2016), Aaaaaaaah! (2015), in the role of an actor; ABCs of Death 2 (2014) as a director, Curtains (2009) both as an actor and director.
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Meanwhile, he also appeared in TV shows, including Killing Eve (2018), Being Human (2009—2013), and The Mighty Boosh (2004---2007). The later one 2009 won the "Best TV Show" at the Shockwaves NME Awards in the year three consecutive years since 2007.
More so, Julian, one part of the comedy duo, shared several other winnings with his other half, Noel.
Interesting Facts on Julian Barratt
- He embraced his middle name 'Barratt' as his professional last name because he wanted himself to be distinguished from already a renowned reporter Julian Pettifer.
- He is understood to be shy, usually quiet, and "self-deprecating." Unlike his comedy partner Noel, Julian prefers less confrontation with the media, claiming that he would instead be at home with a book.
- He claims himself to be a jazz-fusion fanatic.
- As a teenager, he started a band and named it 'Satan's Hoof.' He was also in a band called 'Groove Solution' in the early 90s.
- He gave up on stand-up reasoning, and it "involved a lot of dying. Dying on stage."