The director's 'Raul Julia: The World's a Stage' is set to premiere at LALIFF Aug. 3 and air in September on PBS' 'American Masters.' A state funeral was held in San Juan on October 27, 1994, with Juliá being escorted to the building of the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture, where a funeral ceremony was held. [70] He continued to work in the NYSF, but performed without receiving a salary. [30] The following year he was cast in a production of Arthur Kopit's Indians. Rafael the Fix-It Man ran the Fix-It Shop with Emilio Delgado's character Luis, who debuted with Juliá on the show. [43], The following year, he appeared in his first Puerto Rican film, La Gran Fiesta, offering a monologue near the end of the film. Keep supporting great journalism by turning off your ad blocker. Monster Squad has the best version ever i think I fear Raul Julia's dracula would be compared to Gomez too much. ... Dracula, and various Shakespeare works. [50] Since his earlier recollections of the role were those from the Spanish-dubbed version of the first television series, he had to adapt the role directly from the original cartoons drawn by Charles Addams, receiving a nomination for a Saturn Award. "[66] In 1996, he was inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame on Broadway. In 1967, the founder of the New York Shakespeare Festival (NYSF), Joseph Papp, attended a performance at Delacorte Theater, where Juliá was reading patriotic Puerto Rican poetry. [6] While performing this task, Juliá also performed in some of the plays. [17] Seeking to please his parents, he continued his university education spending a year at Fordham University,[6] before returning to Puerto Rico, where he attended the University of Puerto Rico, becoming a member of Phi Sigma Alpha fraternity. [33] He also acted in Via Galactica's limited presentation on Broadway and, on television, played Dr. Greg Robinson, Jerry's brother, in the "Oh, Brother" episode of The Bob Newhart Show. [11] Count Dracula - Replacement (Oct 03, 1978 - ?) In accordance with Juliá's instructions, his body was transported to Puerto Rico. [21], In 1964, when he was 24 years old, he traveled to New York, arriving in the middle of a winter storm. The Raul Julia Micro Society, a charter school located inside Public School 3 was named in honor of Julia. [16] His mother received a recognition from the Catholic University of Ponce due to these efforts. The actor's training unit of the Puerto Rican Traveling Theater was renamed the Raul Julia Training Unit. Langella adored Jill Clayburgh and Raul Julia, who starred with him on stage in Noel Coward’s Design For Living.Also a friend of Al Hirschfeld, Langella is among the three actors depicted in this illustration of their Design for Living roles. [25] He began performing with Phoebe Brand's mobile theatre, presenting plays in poor areas of New York. [60] Juliá was a lifelong supporter of the Puerto Rican independence movement; on one occasion, he convinced his agent to allow him to do an advertising campaign on behalf of the Puerto Rico Tourism Company. The couple had met the Swami through Werner Erhard, founder of "est". Presumed Innocent. Between 1974 and 1982, Juliá received Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical nominations for Where's Charley?, The Threepenny Opera and Nine. in the film's ending credits. The staff of Universal Pictures paid homage to him by dedicating Street Fighter to his memory, adding the phrase "For Raúl. Raul Julia as Count Dracula But despite his predilection for the dark side of life in his art, he was a cat person who left his entire estate to animal-related charities. After not appearing in a film for two years, Juliá played a political prisoner named Valentín in an adaptation of the Manuel Puig work Kiss of the Spider Woman. [40] In 1983, his first son with Poloway, Raúl Sigmund Juliá was born. Good clean horror, one might call it. Julia eventually realized that he had no interest in pursuing a law career, which was favored by his parents, choosing to act full-time despite having doubts if he could sustain his needs working as an actor. In recognition, the National Endowment for the Hispanic Arts offers the Raul Juliá Award for Excellence annually. [73] He also promoted the program on television and radio and served as narrator in bilingual videos. During this time, he became engaged to Magda Vasallo Molinelli. [47] Due to his activity between 1987 and 1989, Juliá was ranked first in the Variety article "List of Busiest Hollywood Actors". PlayDramaRevival. He took over the role of Orson in the Off-Broadway hit Your Own Thing, a rock musical updating of Twelfth Night. [48] Also in 1990 he appeared opposite Robert Redford in Havana but chose to remain uncredited because the director, Sydney Pollack, refused to give him above the line credit. Raul Julia, a sensual rake, toasts his first anniversary with the aging Countess Danielle, whose lovers always managed to die on the eve of their one-year celebration. Amazing People. The rules: Although there have been many memorable theatrical incarnations of the Count (I’m looking at you two, Raul Julia and Jeremy Brett, having played Dracula on stage but without having been captured on footage while doing so), we’re only going to rank ones that appeared on film, television, or in other recordings, because that levels the playing field. Julá was enrolled in the Colegio Espíritu Santo in Hato Rey, a Catholic private school,[14] where most of the personnel spoke exclusively English. [64] In order to promote other Latin American performers, Juliá actively lent his support to the Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors (HOLA) and co-founded Visiones Luminosas, an initiative to promote screenwriters. The government of El Salvador refused to allow distribution of the film because of its content, so that the film received only clandestine circulation. [63] Actors such as Helen Hunt and Jimmy Smits have quoted him as a source of inspiration. Beautiful Men. [61] A church mass in Miami and numerous private ceremonies were also held. While in the country, he received the script for Nine for which he would later receive his fourth Tony Award nomination. [75] During his visit to the country, he visited the tomb of Romero, subsequently describing his experience in a piece published in Freedom Review. [17] He studied liberal arts, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree. While performing as Dracula, Julia also played Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew. The Cherry Orchard (Jun 29, 1977 - Aug 07, 1977) Performer: Raul Julia [Lopakhin, Ermolai Alekseevich] PlayComedyRevival. He performed in mobile projects, including the Puerto Rican Traveling Theater. For his performance in this play, Juliá received his first nomination for a Tony Award and won the 1972 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Performance. Later on that year, his second son with Poloway, Benjamín Rafael Juliá, was born. The actor's training unit of the Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre was renamed the Raul Julia Training Unit. [37] Juliá then accepted a role in a film adaptation of The Tempest, spending several months in Italy while exploring its culture. Raul Julia is a monumental and charismatic Dracula, not a silly figure with blood dribblig on his chin. Raul Julia is a monumental and charismatic Dracula, not a silly figure with blood dribblig on his chin. During his childhood, Juliá's family followed a strict Jesuit practice, often bringing homeless children into their household. To prepare for the role, he took lessons and worked at a hair salon for some time.[44]. Nothing is disgusting, in the methods that horror movies keep developing further. Seeking to further improve his acting, he took lessons from Wynn Handman, who was recommended by Bean; his class included future fellow star Christopher Walken.[24][23]. [33] He subsequently joined Erhard Seminars Training or "est", an organization that promotes self-motivation, by participating in its seminars. 1. The horror of this world is rather genteel, also. Subsequently, he reprised his role as Gomez Addams in Addams Family Values. [67], In a similar fashion, Juliá cooperated with independent filmmakers in Puerto Rico by acting in their productions for free or receiving a low salary. Playbill from Dracula at the Martin Beck Theatre starring Raul Julia Jerome Dempsey Everett McGill Valerie Mahaffey Dramatized by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston Based on the novel "Dracula" by Bram Stoker This is a Playbill from Dracula . RAUL Julia was a Puerto Rican actor who died in 1994. [6][38] In preparation for his role in Betrayal, Juliá moved to London temporarily, hiring a coach to adapt his accent to the English dialect. The Raul Julia Micro Society, a charter school located inside Public School 3 was named in honor of Julia. MLA Format. Julia received his second Tony Award nomination for his performance in this comedy. For his performance in The Burning Season, Julia was posthumously awarded a Golden Globe Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award, a CableACE Award, and an Emmy Award. Celebrity Deaths. [20] Juliá's departure was postponed after his younger brother, Rafael, died in a traffic collision. [18], Juliá continued acting in local plays and nightclubs. [33] Juliá noted that he cherished the roles he played in these Shakespeare plays, particularly the rhythm, music, and poetry present in them. The play had originated in 1965 with the main character played by Richard Kiley; one of his favorite actors, José Ferrer, had been considered for the title role at the time. In 1986, Julia played a hairdresser named Joaquin Manero in The Morning After. After joining a musical group named the "Lamplighters", despite receiving opposition from his parents, he was recruited by Lillian Hurst to perform alongside her, eventually receiving work at a hotel named El Convento. Raul Julia was born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico, to Olga Arcelay, a mezzo-soprano singer, and Raúl Juliá, an electrical engineer. [7][8][9], Juliá was born March 9, 1940, in Floral Park, (Hato Rey), a suburb of San Juan, to Olga Arcelay and Raúl Juliá. One cannot easily condemn a man who wears evening clothes so well, even if he is discovered to have socially unacceptable habits. [78], Retrieved from Netflix: "Kiss of the Spider Woman" (1985), National Board of Review Award for Best Actor, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures, Outstanding Actor in a Miniseries or Movie, Outstanding Actor in a Limited Series or Movie, "Raul Juliá, Broadway and Hollywood Actor, Is Dead at 54", "Raúl Juliá and Meryl Streep Go Head-to-Head", "Raúl Juliá: The World's a Stage: Raúl Juliá – Timeline", "The Blazing Path and Legacy of Raul Julia", "America's Greatest Legends: A compendium of the 500 stars nominated for top 50 "Greatest Screen Legends" status", "The Peace Abbey Courage of Conscience Recipients", "H.R. Juliá was eventually noticed by producer Joseph Papp, who offered him work in the New York Shakespeare Festival. The production ran three years on Broadway, with Raul Julia taking over as Dracula after Langella left. [30] While rehearsing for an Off Broadway play, he met Merel Poloway, forming a relationship with her. Dracula. This was followed by the role of David Suárez in the romantic comedy Compromising Positions. Count Dracula - Replacement (May 15, 1979 - ?) After establishing residence in Manhattan, Juliá had to do several odd jobs to pay for his expenses, going as far as receiving training on the proper way to sell pens for a distributor. [69] Among the targets of Juliá's charity work were initiatives directed towards youth. Juliá had battled stomach cancer for three years and had undergone surgery, when in early 1994, during the filming of The Burning Season in Mexico, he contracted food poisoning after consuming sushi. With Raul Julia, Martha Sherrill, Kelly Fitzpatrick, Jeanne Caryl. [6] In 1994, he filmed The Burning Season and a film adaptation of the Street Fighter video games. Later, Dr. Van Helsing (Olivier) arrives and is clearly the only one who understands Dracula’s power and can possibly stop him. His poor health was apparent in these last three films because of substantial weight loss. [10], Raúl's father was the founder of "La Cueva del Chicken Inn", a restaurant in San Juan. [2] Juliá, who had been bilingual since his childhood, soon gained interest in Broadway and Off-Broadway plays. During the 1980s, he worked in several films; he received two nominations for the Golden Globe Awards, for his performances in Tempest and Kiss of the Spider Woman; he won the National Board of Review Award for Best Actor for the latter. His involvement was also recognized in "Ending Hunger: An Idea Whose time Has Come". Parallel to this, Juliá began making presentations at the Ted Mack Amateur Hour. [77] She received it for her work as the executive producer of the George Lopez TV series, which offered work and exposition for Hispanic talent. He collaborated with Meryl Streep on the production of Jaja Uma Narashi. He was best known for his role in the Addams Family. [42] Upon its release, the film was a commercial success. Despite his poor health which began three years prior to his death, he completed The Burning Season and was eager to continue his plans to play M. Bison in Street Fighter, which was to be filmed in Australia in the autumn. Raul Julia, an actor who ... Mr. Julia took over the title role in the Edward Gorey version of "Dracula," revealing a macabre side later put to good advantage in the "Addams Family" films. He also appeared in Francis Ford Coppola's One from the Heart (1982), Sidney Lumet's The Morning After (1986), Romero (1989) and Clint Eastwood's The Rookie (1990). Vaya con Dios." The production ran three years on Broadway, with Raul Julia taking over as Dracula after Langella left. Concerned with rising levels of violence among teenagers, he sponsored script writing in high school students and supported young actions. The Raul Julia Micro Society, a charter school located inside Public School 3 was named in honor of Julia. Gomez is already kinda just Dracula minus the evil preying on people and monster stuff. [19] Other works included playing the role of Roderigo in Othello at a local drama production. The tone of horror is first set when the houselights are on in the theater, and a sudden sound of dogs howling cuts through the murmurs of the settling audience. [36] The ceremony was led by Swami Muktananda as part of a spiritual retreat. Juliá's brother, Rafa, died in a car accident when Juliá was 19 years old. Parallel to this, Juliá began making presentations at the Ted Mack Amateur Hour. In 1991, Juliá acted alongside Christopher Walken in a revival of Othello[4] and in 1994, he starred in Design for Living with Frank Langella and Jill Clayburgh. Horror Films. Dracula (1977) Raul Julia as Dracula, Sets And Costumes by Edward Gorey. If we must put up with his menace, by far the pleasantest way of doing so is the play "Dracula" at the Eisenhower Theater. [2] After gaining visibility, he received roles in two television series, Love of Life and Sesame Street. Here he studied the rigorous classical curriculum of the Jesuits and was always active in … His first work was in a production of Pedro Calderón de la Barca's Life Is a Dream, where he played Astolfo. Dates / Origin Date Created: 1984 Library locations Billy Rose Theatre Division Shelf locator: *T-VIM 2010-048 Shelf locator: Box 554 folder 10 Topics Deane, Hamilton. That year he also starred in the public television film Overdrawn at the Memory Bank, which received a weak reception and was satirized on Mystery Science Theater 3000. In 1990, he was cast to play a lawyer in Presumed Innocent, receiving solid reviews for his performance. Subsequent memorial ceremonies were held at Joseph Papp Public Theater in New York and in Los Angeles, where several actors and personalities, including Rubén Blades and Edward James Olmos, expressed their grief. [35] The performance earned him a third Tony Award nomination. [20], During this time, he began considering the possibility of moving to Europe to take acting classes. He performed in a re-staging of Macbeth, which was held in one of the municipality's colonial castles in order to emulate the setting of the work. My favorite Dracula besides Bela Lugosi is Leslie Nealson. The school is located in the Tremont neighborhood in the New York City borough of the Bronx. Count Dracula will probably never be allowed to rest in peace: No matter how many stakes are driven through his heart, he must rise again and go on with the show. But the dominator of this production is its prize-winning designer, Edward Gorey. [46] To prepare for the role, he read Romero's diary and autobiography as well as listening to or watching recordings of his messages and Masses, which prompted him to rejoin the Catholic Church. As a Puerto Rican filmmaker with a lifelong passion for theater and for my culture, I was always drawn to Raúl Juliá’s story and his unlikely rise to success on both stage and screen. Other works included playing the role of Roderigo in Othello at a local drama production. This allowed him to receive his Actors Equity card from Actors' Equity Association. Horror Art. Vampires are not unknown in our time, so many of them having taken over our movie theaters. [6] He was attracted to the role because of the character's irreverent portrayal, noting that "even his depressions are wonderful". Dracula Balderston, John L. (John Lloyd), 1889-1954 Stoker, Bram, 1847-1912. [36] After this retreat, Erhard founded "The Hunger Project", claiming that after traveling to India, he felt motivated to found a non-profit organization to eliminate world hunger through philanthropic galas. 2818: To award a congressional gold medal to the family of the late Raul Julia", "TV Review; HBO's Florida Straits' with Raul Julia as star", "Raul Julia Broadway and Theatre Credits", "The Memorandum Original Off-Broadway Cast", "Frank Gagliano's City Scene Off-Broadway Original Cast", "Stage: A 'Cherry Orchard' That Celebrates Genius", "Shakespeare shipwrecked by a 'Tempest' in New York's Central Park", "Revisit the Original Broadway Production of Nine on Its 37th Anniversary", "Cheery revival of 'Arms and the Man.' Juliá concluded his secondary education at Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola, where he would organize plays of Julius Caesar, Hamlet, King Lear, and The Tempest. The rules: Although there have been many memorable theatrical incarnations of the Count (I’m looking at you two, Raul Julia and Jeremy Brett—having played Dracula on Broadway and on tour, but without having been captured on footage while doing so), we’re only going to rank ones that appeared on film, television, or in other recordings, because that levels the playing field. Dracula Julia, Raul Julia, Raul Genres Photographs Type of Resource Still image Identifiers [59] After stopping at San Ignacio de Loyola Church, the procession advanced to Buxeda Cemetery, where Rubén Berríos offered the final words. The burial ceremony was also attended by thousands, with La Borinqueña being sung by Lucecita Benítez prior to the procession. [13] There he participated in his first play in first grade, interpreting the devil, with his performance earning him participation in all subsequent school plays. 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