Julian Sands Missing, Who is Julian Sands? Wife Evgenia Citkowitz

Julian Sands Missing – It was revealed today that British actor Julian Sands, who has starred in several films that have been nominated for Academy Awards, including A Room With A View, has been missing for almost a week in a “extremely dangerous” mountain range in the state of California, where two hikers have died in recent weeks.

Sands, 65, was reported missing by his family at approximately 7.30 p.m. on the previous Friday after he went missing while hiking in the Mount Baldy area of California’s San Gabriel Mountains, which is an area where two hikers have died in recent weeks.

On Saturday, authorities made an attempt to conduct a ground search for the celebrity, who is known to be an avid outdoorsman who has climbed mountains all over the world. However, they were forced to abandon the search when a storm rolled in, and it is not currently safe enough to send rescue teams back into the area. Since then, authorities have been searching for the actor in the mountainous region just 40 miles from the heart of Los Angeles, where the star has lived since the year 2020, using helicopters and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). But nobody has been able to find him.

Yesterday evening, rescue workers located a car that is thought to belong to the actor who played the lead role in the film Killing Fields. The snow-covered vehicle was towed away from the base of Mount Baldy, which is widely regarded as one of the most treacherous climbs in the United States.

In the 1985 romantic period drama A Room with a View, the actor, who is also a father of three children, rose to prominence on an international scale alongside Helena Bonham Carter. In addition, you may recognize him from his roles in “The Killing Fields,” “Arachnophobia,” and “Leaving Las Vegas.” His television work includes appearances on 24 and Smallville.

The journalist Evgenia Citkowitz, whom the actor, now 65 years old, wed in 1990, is the mother of the actor’s two daughters. Henry, his son, was born to him and his first wife, Sarah Sands, who had previously held editorial positions at the Sunday Telegraph, London’s Evening Standard, and BBC Radio 4’s Today program.


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