Geoffrey Giuliano : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Books
Geoffrey Giuliano is an American author, radio personality, and film actor know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Books
|Birthdate ( Age)||11 September 1953|
|Place of Birth||Rochester, New York, United States|
|Spouse/Partner||Siri Kately (m. 2012)|
|Children||Sesa Juliana, Avalon Juliana, Tulsi Mala Kuptsov, India Juliana, Devin Juliana|
|Parents||Myrna Oneita Juliana, Joseph Robert Juliana|
|Profession||American author, radio personality, and film actor|
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Last Update||October 2021|
Geoffrey Giuliano is an American author, radio personality, and film actor, best known for his biographies of the Beatles members John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison, and of musician Pete Townshend.
He is also known for his involvement in the McLibel case.Recently he has garnered international attention by appearing in the role of VIP four in Netflix's hit series Squid Game.
Early Life and Family
Giuliano was born in Rochester, New York and raised in the villages of Albion and Olcott Beach, New York. He was the youngest of five children. His father, Joseph Robert Juliana, was a heating contractor. He and his mother, Myrna Oneita Juliana, moved to Tampa, Florida when he was 12. There, he first became interested in acting, Vedic philosophy and fine art seriography.
He was born "Jeffrey Joseph Juliana", but later adopted "Geoffrey Giuliano" as a pen name. In 1997, he changed his legal name to "Jagannatha Dasa".For a brief period, the honorific title of "Puripada" was awarded him by several Indian yoga students, but Giuliano ultimately rejected the title as inappropriate.
Giuliano attended Madison Junior High School, H.B. Plant High School and Hillsborough Community College (all in Tampa).In the mid-1970s, he graduated from the State University of New York at Brockport and began working as an actor.
Geoffrey Giuliano Wife, Is Geoffrey Giuliano Married
Geoffrey Giuliano married with wife Siri Kately nad the have five children together named Sesa Juliana, Avalon Juliana, Tulsi Mala Kuptsov, India Juliana, Devin Juliana.
Geoffrey Giuliano Net Worth
Geoffrey Giuliano is an American author, radio personality, and film actor has an estimated Net Worth around $3 Million in 2021.
Giuliano has written extensively on popular music, particularly the Beatles. By 1999, he had authored 20 books, including Dark Horse: The Private Life of George Harrison (1990) and Blackbird: The Life and Times of Paul McCartney (1991). Rolling Stone magazine described Dark Horse as "evenhanded and soundly researched", while Barry Miller of Library Journal said it was "a revelatory biography of the elusive Harrison and his constellation of secular and spiritual interests, passions, pursuits, friends, and loves ... Harrison's own autobiographical I, Me, Mine is unsurpassed for the song-by-song explication, but Dark Horse should be its on-shelf companion."
Giuliano's Pete Townshend biography, Behind Blue Eyes, was published in 1996 by Dutton Books. A reviewer for Publishers Weekly said that Giuliano "peels away the layers of Townshend's public persona to find a complex, passionate man who is full of contradictions" and described the book as a "penetrating look" at the musician's life.Booklist commented that Behind Blue Eyes covered the subject's rock-star excesses, his spiritual preoccupations, and "lots of overintellectualizing about rock", adding: "In other words, this is the perfect Pete Townshend bio."
In April 2009, The Daily Telegraph in London reported that Giuliano was instructing lawyers to file suit against Julia Baird, Lennon's half-sister and the co-author of his book John Lennon, My Brother. Giuliano maintained that Baird had based her 2007 book Imagine This, which was being adapted for screen as the Miramax film Nowhere Boy, on material he had gathered in their earlier collaboration.
Giuliano stated that his lawsuit would request the recall and destruction of Baird's book, as well as a halt to the production of Nowhere Boy.The following month, Kevin Loader, the film's producer, commented on the story: "It's nothing to do with us. I haven't heard from anyone's lawyers."
In early 2010, Giuliano set about re-launching his literary career, founding Icon Editions to publish his extensive backlist and several new books authored with his middle daughter, Avalon Oneita Juliana. The author redesigned, updated and re-recorded his 200-plus audio books for download.
On November 19, 2005, the film Stoned: The Wild & Wicked World of Brian Jones premiered in London. The film was "based on and inspired by" Guiliano's book Paint It Black: The Murder of Brian Jones, as well as Terry Rawlings' Who Killed Christopher Robin and Anna Wohlin's The Murder of Brian Jones.As a singer-songwriter, Giuliano has released two CDs: Chocolate Wings (2001) and the Indo-fusion work God Dwells Within (2006).
In late 2005 Giuliano was hired by an American radio syndicator, Laurence Kahn of KGB Radio, to host a series of two-hour radio shows. Titled Geoffrey Giuliano's Roots of Rock, the shows aired on more than 60 stations in the United States and Canada. The program highlighted classic rock acts such as the Beatles, U2, and Jimi Hendrix.His recent acting role was Squid Game in 2021 where he portrayed VIP #4.