Alessandro Juliani

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Quotes (6)

  • (Alessandro's views on his character L from Death Note)Alessandro: He's definitely an interesting dude, he's got an interesting aesthetic, and the fact that we've seen him in this spartan environment, this kind of padded cell, is very interesting.

  • Alessandro (Death Note): It's grotesque and kind of scary, and sort of reminiscent of a Spirited Away, in some of these other great movies that I've seen, where is really does take a turn that is unexpected.

  • Alessandro: The challenges with doing ADR is that the artist has already sort of created the character, so it's kind of, in some respect it's like the tail wagging the dog.

  • Alessandro: I would love to have a career and sustain it for a long time. When I look into the future, which I don't do, I would love to be able to do all these different things.

  • Alessandro: I kind of just welcome any challenge.

  • Alessandro: If I had wanted to rebel, I would have gone into insurance or sold real estate...Made a lot of money, basically.

Trivia (27)

  • Alessandro has had principle roles in Montreal productions such as Assassins, A Little Night Music, and Godspell.

  • At the Orlando Shakespeare Festival, Alessandro played the role of Romeo in Romeo and Juliet.

  • At the Chan Center, Alessandro sang the title role in The Marriage of Figaro.

  • In the prestigious Britten/Pears Festival in Aldeburgh, Alessandro played the lead role in the opera Albert Herring.

  • At the Playhouse in 2003, Alessandro played Mendel in Fiddler on the Roof.

  • Alessandro has appeared in episodes of two different science fiction series, Stargate SG-1 and Battlestar Galactica with Robert Wisden filmed in Vancouver, Canada. Both of the episodes originally aired on the Sci-Fi Channel on March 18, 2005.

  • Alessandro's mother, Donna Wong-Juliani, is a founding member of Opera Breve in Vancouver, British Columbia.

  • After his first role on the small screen, he didn't appear on another show for almost a decade.

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