Geoffrey Giuliano

Geoffrey Giuliano is an American author, radio personality, and film actor. Giuliano has written biographies on many celebrities, including John Lennon, Bob Dylan, Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, and Pete Townshend. He has also authored books on spirituality, mythology, and history.

Geoffrey Giuliano, originally named Jeffrey Joseph Juliana, was born in Rochester, New York. He grew up in the villages of Albion and Olcott Beach, New York. Giuliano was the youngest of five children, and his father, Joseph Robert Juliana, worked as a heating contractor. When Geoffrey was 12 years old, he and his mother, Myrna Oneita Juliana, relocated to Tampa, Florida.

Giuliano attended Madison Junior High School, H.B. Plant High School, and Hillsborough Community College. In the mid-1970s, he graduated from the State University of New York at Brockport and began working as an actor.

Earning a Master's degree in Acting/Directing in 1976, Giuliano worked extensively in the theatre, doing hundreds of voiceovers and narrations for radio and within the international audiobook industry.

Geoffrey wrote for dozens of newspapers and magazines, including The Sunday People, The Daily Mail, The News Of The World, The Mail On Sunday, Playgirl and Rolling Stone.

By 1999, he had authored 20 books, including Dark Horse: The Private Life of George Harrison (1990) and Behind Blue Eyes: The Life of Pete Townshend (1996).

In addition to his writing career, Geoffrey Giuliano has appeared in several films and television shows. He famously portrayed a VIP spectator in the Netflix hit series Squid Game and starred in another two movies on Netflix, Kate and Peninsula.

Geoffrey Giuliano has also directed and produced documentaries exploring meditation and the paranormal. He is a longtime advocate of ethical vegetarianism, and animal rights, a student of Vedic philosophy, and a vocal advocate of personal freedom and consciousness exploration.

Geoffrey Giuliano resides in Beverly Hills, CA.

Photo credit: Twitter @geofgiuliano
years of life: 11 September 1953 present
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