Julián Juaquín Conde is a faculty member at the USC School of Dramatic Arts. From New York with Colombian roots, Conde has cultivated his art of acting in the Big Apple, studying at the Stella Adler studio, The Labyrinth company and performing on stage with the Harold Clurman theater. After receiving his Masters Degree in Fine Arts at the University of Southern California, he is now a professor teaching cinema studies in the drama department. Conde had the opportunity to shake up the theater world in Los Angeles. He worked on the 2019 production of How We Are Different From Animals with the Elan ensemble which would win a STAGE RAW Award for “best adapted play” and be nominated in eight more categories.
Conde continues his investigation of acting with Coin & Ghost working in numerous productions with them. He made an appearance on NBC’s new show, Stumptown. Also, he recently just finish playing Richard Alves in an upcoming film called Respite, directed by Saro Varjabedian, which is available on all major streaming platforms. Jumping into different genres of the craft and continuing to examine the human condition, Conde understands that the work is never done, and we must always learn from each other.