Julian Meadows, Tim Meadows’ son

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Julian Meadows
Julian Meadows’ father Tim

Julian Meadows is the son of Tim Meadows. Julian’s father Meadows is an American actor, comedian, and woodworker, who was one of the longest-running cast members on Saturday Night Live. He appeared for ten seasons and received a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series in 1993. He played the main character John Glascott on the ABC sitcom Schooled for its two-season run after playing the same character in a recurring role for six seasons on The Goldbergs.

Julian Meadows became popular because of his father, Tim Meadows. Julian Meadows’ father as said earlier is an actor and comedian, he is best known to the world as a part of “Saturday Night Live” from 1991 until 2000. Tim Meadows was very good at impersonating people. He impersonated numerous celebrities, including O. J. Simpson, Michael Jackson, Tiger Woods, and many others.

Julian Meadows’ dad has also appeared in lots of movies including The Ladies Man, Mean Girls, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, Grown-Ups, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Grown Ups 2, Mean Girls 2, The Benchwarmers, Aliens in the Attic, The Cookout, Jack and Jill, Semi-Pro, Coneheads, Shredderman Rules, Wayne’s World 2, The Even Stevens Movie and Wasabi Tuna.

Julian is not the only child of his parent, he has another brother, Isaiah Crosby Meadows. Julian Meadows’ brother was born on Dec 28, 2000. He is 21 years old as of 2021. Much is not known about Julian Meadows’ date of birth and his age.

Julian Meadows’ father, Tim Meadows married his mother, Michelle Taylor in 1997. The couple got married in a beautiful ceremony in the presence of their friends, family, and loved ones. Their marriage however did hold forever, they divorced in 2005. the reason behind their divorce was never made public.

Julian Meadows’ father, Tim Meadows began performing improvisational comedy at the Soup Kitchen Saloon. Meadows’ start in show business was in Chicago as a member of The Second City comedy troupe alongside future star Chris Farley. In 1991, Meadows landed a spot on Saturday Night Live and would go on to become a longtime cast member, appearing on the program until 2000. (Meadows was on the show for ten seasons; this was the record for the longest tenure on the show until it was surpassed by Darrell Hammond in 2005, whose record was also surpassed by Kenan Thompson in 2017.) Meadows’ lengthy tenure on the show was used as a gag in three monologues when former cast members Phil Hartman and Mike Myers returned to the show to host and Alec Baldwin hosted for his twelfth time.


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