Full detailed profile on Julian Jerome Played by William deVry on General Hospital Daytime Soap Opera.
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Actor: William deVry
Who played Julian Jerome over the years
William deVry (July 30, 2013 - present)
Useful information on Julian Jerome
* Thought dead after a shootout with Jonathon Paget.
Current: Publisher of The Sun and Crimson.
Julian Jerome is the son of notorious crime boss Victor Jerome. He wanted to take his father's place but his sister Olivia wanted to take over the family business instead. She conspired to kill Julian, but he was on to her and worked with Victor to fake his death. Victor died soon after and Julian used Olivia's obsession with Duke Lavery, a member of the family's organization, to set her up for Duke's murder. When Olivia figured it out, Julian killed her.
After Olivia's death, Julian became concerned with Jonathon Paget, who claimed to be Duke Lavery. Jonathon and Julian fought and were both presumed deceased. After, his lover Cheryl Stansbury was found to be pregnant with his son, who was adopted and raised by Tony Jones and Bobbie Spencer.
The Jerome family was not heard of for several years. Julian's sister Ava and her daughter Kiki came to Port Charles to get their share of ELQ. Julian arrived shortly after using the alias Derek Wells. He and Ava planned to take over Sonny Corinthos' territory, which used to belong to the Jerome family. Ava used an online gambling ring to connect Sonny's son Morgan Corinthos with her daughter while Julian went after Sonny's girlfriend, Connie Falconeri, by taking over Crimson.
Alexis Davis (one-night stand)
Cheryl Stansbury (lovers)
Victor Jerome (father; deceased)
Olivia St. John (sister; deceased)
Evan Jerome (brother; deceased)
Ava Jerome (sister)
Evan Jerome Jr. (nephew)
Katherine "Kiki" Jerome (niece)
Daniel Morgan (grandson)
Samantha McCall Morgan (daughter)
Lucas Jones (son; adopted by Tony Jones and Bobbie Spencer)
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Sloane arrives at Anna's hotel room in his robe. He needs to borrow her shower. She demands to know who his operative in the Corinthos organization is. He refuses and offers her dirt on Duke instead. "It's about the Jeromes going after Duke," he says. She appreciates it and lets him use her shower. Anna takes off. Down the hall, Duke and Lucy sit around his breakfast table. He grumbles as he reads the paper and complains about Michael. She's distracted by thoughts of the ball and has not been listening. Lucy brings up the number they are going to do at the ball. He's not enthusiastic but agrees to do the tango with her. Since she can't remember the dance, he starts spinning her around the room. That causes flashbacks to Anna. Lucy guesses he still loves the other woman and should go after her. They both know their affections lie with other people. She does her best to convince him and gets him dressed. Duke thanks her for being such a good friend. "Go be happy," she orders. When Duke gets down the hall and knocks on Anna's door, Sloane opens it in his robe. Duke promptly walks off. Downstairs, Michael stumbles into the Metro Court and over to the bar. Across the room, Kiki blabs to Julian about drugging Michael. She blames herself for the kidnapping. Michael wanders over and starts railing at them for not being out looking for the baby. As he starts to make a scene, security are called in. Back upstairs, Nina is about to leave her room but Liesl arrives before she can. They discuss what Franco is up to at the Quartermaines and then the doctor accuses her of the kidnapping. Nina denies it. Obrecht badmouths her and accuses her of dragging Franco down from being an artistic genius to a 'bourgeois parasite'. Nina accuses her of having a crush on Franco and then reminds her of the affair with Victor. When the doctor gets defensive, Nina starts to wonder if Victor is actually Nathan's father after all. Liesl warns her not to go digging in the past and hints that there may be things about Nina's past that Nina isn't even aware of.
Julian joins Olivia at a table in the Metro Court. He wants to discuss the baby. That makes her irate. He explains he's talking about his sister's baby. The mobster offers to protect her from Franco and Nina. "Thanks but no thanks," she says. He persists. She yells at him. Soon after, a distraught Kiki wanders in. She sits down with Julian and he tells her not to beat herself up. Kiki blurts out that Michael doesn't really have a drinking problem. As she tells him about the drugging, Michael steps off the elevator. Meanwhile, Nina returns to her room upstairs and finds Franco having a massage. She doesn't want to be part of a couples massage when they aren't a couple. He sends the masseur away. She's still angry and accuses him of thinking she kidnapped the baby. He insists that was only for a moment and offers to prove how much he trusts her. Franco tells her about his run-in with Ned and his plan to force him to sign away his shares in ELQ. He suggests they put the screws to Ned together. She's not impressed and strolls off. As she's about to leave, Obrecht pops up.