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When and how did Max Julien die?

Max Julien
Max Julien

Max Julien was a wealthy American actor with a fortune of $400 thousand. Max Julien was born in January 1, 1945 in Washington, D.C.

He relocated to Hollywood, California, to pursue a career as an actor. In 1966, he made his feature film debut in the film Brutes.

He appeared in three films in 1968: Psych-Out, The Savage Seven, and Uptight. In 1970, he played Ellis in the film Getting Straight, and in 1973, he played Goldie in The Mack.

In the 1974 film Thomasine & Bushrod, he played J.P. Bushrod.

Julien didn’t make another appearance until 1997, when he played Uncle Fred in the film How to Be a Player. He has also appeared on Mod Squad, The Bold Ones: The Protectors, CBS Playhouse, The Name of the Game, and One on One.

When and how did Max Julien die?

He died in his home per a statement from his publicist. For the time being, the exact cause of his death is unknown as we await autopsy results.

However, given his age, it is highly likely that he died of natural causes.

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