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Julian De La Celle

 

Julian De La Celle

Julian de la Celle
Born Jullian de la Celle
(1996-06-10) June 10, 1996
Los Angeles, California
Occupation Actor
Years active 2007–present

Julian de la Celle (born June 10, 1996 in Los Angeles, California) is an American actor. He played Daniel Meade, Jr. (affectionately known as DJ), Alexis Meade's son, in ABC's Ugly Betty. De La Celle first appeared in Ugly Betty in the Season 2 finale, "Jump". De La Celle previously participated in local theater.[1] He also played Rock God in the Apple iPhone Rock God commercial. He played the role of Damien Echols in the short film And? in which he acted in, wrote, and produced. The short film was adapted by an interview of Damien Echols of The West Memphis Three. He's also a recurring character on The Fosters as Zac.

Filmography

Films
Year Title Role Notes
2007 Contrapasso Vincent
2008 The Orphan The Orphan Short film
2012 And? Damien Echols Short film
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2008 Ugly Betty Daniel Jr. 5 episodes
2009-2010 Heroes Young Samuel 4 episodes
2014 The Fosters Zac Recurring Role
2014 How to Get Away with Murder Ryan Episode: "We're Not Friends"
Commercials
Year Title Role Notes
2012 Apple iPhone Rock God Rock God

References

  1. ^ http://www.musicandtheatre.com/musiccast.htm

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