Imogen Morley Sands, Meet The Children Of Julian Sands. Imogen Morley Sands is the third child and the second daughter of the late British actor Julian Sands. Imogen Morley was born on December 31, 1999, so she is 24 years old as of 2023.
Who Is Julian Sands?
Julian Sands was an English actor and the father of Imogen Morley Sands. He was born on January 4, 1958. He was a famous English actor with the full name Julian Richard Morley Sands. The famous late actor had his breakthrough in a role as George Emerson in A Room with View in 1985.
Julian Sands began his career playing supporting roles in films. He starred in films such as Oxford Blues in 1984. He was also featured in the movie The Killing Fileds in 1984.
Sands had a cameo as a Greek soldier in the BBC adaptation of The Box Delights in 1984.
Julian Sands has had notable roles in films such as Arachnobia released in 19190, Naked Lunch in 1991, Leaving Vegas in 1995, The Medallion in 2003, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo in 2011, and Boxing Helena in 1993 among others.
Imogen Morley Sands, Meet The Children Of Julian Sands
Imogen Morley Sands is the daughter of the late English actor Julian Sands. The Actor married two men in his lifetime and had three children. Julian had a son from his first marriage with Sarah Harvey, who is a journalist and an author. Julian Sands was blessed with two daughters from his second marriage. He married Evgenia Citkowitz with whom they had two daughters. She is an American playwright and author as well as a Journalist.
The first son of the late actor Julian Sands is Henry Sands born on September 20, 1985. Natalya Morley Sands is the second child of the British actor. She was born on August 16, 1996. Imogen Morley is the third child of Julian Sands and the second daughter. Imogen was born on December 31, 1999.
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