Julian Hermano is a young actor who strives to bring the intensity, single-minded focus, and retrospective humor of young adult life to the screen. He is of Filipino and Italian ancestry. In addition to holding a BFA in acting, he boasts additional training in improv comedy and voiceover.
A graduate of New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, Julian learned how to emote within the frame of film acting at Stonestreet Studios, and all the ways a person can use their head as an appendage with physical acting training at the Experimental Theatre Wing. He dabbles in voice acting for fan projects and podcasts, enjoying the flexibility an actor can have behind a mic. He has taken many on camera and voiceover classes around New York City even after graduation.
Julian's Internet presence is growing, having been cast in three New York City based webseries, and a short film "SONNET 23" which has passed 130,000 views on YouTube. He has discovered the joy of seeing people make GIFs and fan videos of him online, and the excitement of seeing himself onscreen at film festivals such as NYC Web Fest and NewFest NYC.
Thanks to a series of gracious scholarships, he finished his primary Improv Comedy training at the Upright Citizen's Brigade, graduating in early 2018. He is now part of the UCB Academy program, their highest level of education.