Julian Ozanne aka Jules is a versatile film producer, director, and photojournalist, who has worked in various projects including documentary Giorgio Armani: A Man for All Seasons (2000). He is the founder and the managing director of 'New Forests Company Holdings Limited'.
Ozanne is the son of Patricia Ozanne, born in 1965, in Kenya. He spent most of his childhood in the palace of King Moshoeshoe II of Lesotho. Here are some facts about Ozanne;
What's his Net Worth?
Julian Ozanne has an estimated net worth of $1 million, which he accumulated from his dedication and hardship to his career. He is a director, producer, and photojournalist, who has worked as a correspondent with the London Financial Times.
Ex-Wife - Gillian Anderson
The American photojournalist Julian Ozanne and actress Gillian Anderson were once married. Prior to the duo's marriage, Anderson was previously married to a production designer Clyde Klotz. Although she is the mother of the three children, she didn't have any children from the relationship with Ozanne.
The estranged couple's interesting love story started as they first met in Kenya during a safari. After a year of dating and learning about each other, the lovebirds got more connective and planned for September 2003 wedding.
The ceremony was delayed to 29 December 2004 and took place at Shella village in Lamu island, off the Kenyan Indian Ocean coast. On the wedding day, Piper Maru Klotz, the eldest daughter of Anderson served as her bridesmaid.
The cozy couples love life was for a couple of years. But They seperated in April 2006 and divorced was finalized on the 24th of July 2007.
Ozanne has a mesomorph body type and stands at the height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m) tall weighs around 159 Ibs (72 kg). He has brown color and brown hair.
Education - Alma Mater
Julian Ozanne studied at the London School of Economics and Political Science. In the college days, he choice economic as a major subject to studied and completed his bachelor in 1986.
Work as a Journalist
Following his career, Ozanne joined "Financial Times" after the completion of his studies. He worked as a foreign correspondent from 1987 to 1997 for the international newspaper company. In between his serves, he also handles the job as an advisor to several US and European investment banks from 1994 to 1999.
Priority to his diligence, he was the Middle East correspondent and the Africa bureau chief. In the time of his service, he focused on the African Market.
Besides his busy schedule, Julian has spared his time for good causes. He has been speaking for the people whose voice doesn't get addressed by the government. He is against Zimbabweans governmental oppression and has been a spokesperson for the Zimbabwe Benefit Foundation.