Julian Ovenden, the Sheffield-born was raised in Sussex, Cambridge and Primrose Hill. A chorister at St Paul's Cathedral, he won a music scholarship to Eton and later read music at Oxford. A year-long postgraduate course in drama followed at Webber Douglas. His favorite pastimes include fencing, football, swimming and horse riding. He's also a trained musician who plays trumpet, trombone and piano, and he possesses an auditorium-rocking tenor voice.
Julian appeared in the television series Foyle's War. The BAFTA-award winning detective series set was in Hastings, England, during World War II, in which he stars opposite Michael Kitchen. Julian has been seen on television as Eric Burden in the TV series Cashmere Mafia.