Julian Arthur Ramis is a celebrity child, best known as the son of American actor Harold Ramis and his wife, actress Erica Mann. Julian’s father was also a comedian, writer, and director, known for directing comedies like Caddyshack, National Lampoon’s Vacation, Groundhog Day, and Analyze This and Analyze That. His famous acting roles were Russell Ziskey in Stripes and Egon Spengler in Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters II. Harold’s final film that he wrote, acted in, directed, and produced was 2009’s Year One.
So, what does his son do for a living? Get to learn more personal details about Julian Arthur Ramis in this article.
Julian Arthur Ramis Bio
Julian Arthur Ramis was born on 10 May 1990 and is 32 years as of 2022. He is the son of actor Harold Ramis and actress Erica Mann who were married from 1989 until Ramis died in 2014. Julian has been brought up away from the public eye, and although his father was a Hollywood star, he has maintained a low profile for himself. He has kept most of his details, including his educational background and career, away from social media; hence there is little to learn about him.
Julian Arthur Ramis’s Siblings
Julian has three siblings: he is the older of Harold Ramis’ two sons with Erica Mann. His brother Harold Hayes Ramis was born on 10 August 1994. His half-siblings are Violet Ramis Stiel and Mollie Israel (Mollie Heckering). Violet is the daughter of Ramis and his first wife, artist Anne Plotkin from whom he separated in 1984 and later divorced. She is an actress known for Caddyshack, Animal House, Groundhog Day, and Ghostbusters.
Mollie was born in 1985 to Ramis and director Amy Heckerling when she was still married to Neal Israel. She is also an actress, screenwriter, and director in the entertainment business. Mollie is known for Red Oaks, Look Who’s Talking, Look Who’s Talking Too, and Loser.
Julian Arthur Ramis’s Parents
Julian’s mother, Erica Mann, is the daughter of actress Mary Kathleen Williams and director Daniel Mann. She is an actress known for Club Paradise (1986), Glitch! (1988), and Pivot. She married Harold Ramis on 7 May 1989, to whom she remained married until he died in February 2014. They had two children.
Julian’s father was born Harold Allen Ramis on 21 November 1944 in Chicago, Illinois. His parents, Nathan Ramis and Ruth Cokee, owned the Ace Food & Liquor Mart in Chicago’s North Side. He co-wrote Meatballs, Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters II, and Stripes and acted in them. He was also the original writer of the television series SCTV.
As a director, Ramis is credited for comedies like Caddyshack (1980), National Lampoon’s Vacation (1983), Groundhog Day (1993), Analyze This (1999), and Analyze That (2002). His works have influenced subsequent generations of actors, comedians, and comedy writers. The 2021 sequel to the original film Ghostbusters: Afterlife was posthumously dedicated to Ramis.
Ramis contracted an infection in May 2021, resulting in complications from autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis. He lost the ability to walk but later relearned to walk but suffered a relapse of the illness in late 2011. On 24 February 2014, Ramis died of disease complications at his home in Chicago aged 69.
Although born to an award-winning Hollywood star, Julian has successfully managed to maintain a life away from the limelight.