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Raul Julia-Levy

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Raul Julia-Levy
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Raul Julia-Levy
Born (1971-07-10) 10 July 1971 (age 49)
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
🏳️ Nationality
💼 Occupation
Actor, producer
📆 Years active  1991–present

Raul Julia-Levy (born 10 July 1971) is a Mexican film and television actor and producer. In recent years, Julia-Levy has been recognized as an international animal rights activist for his hands-on efforts in Latin America and especially Mexico, which has over 25 million stray dogs in the streets.[1][2]

Biography[edit]

Career[edit]

Julia-Levy pursued a career in entertainment, acting Mexican soap operas before moving to Hollywood, California. Once in Hollywood, he continued to land roles such as Quintana Driver in Double Take (2001), and as the bandit José in the TV movie Epoch (2001).[3] He played Detective Marin in the independent, direct-to-video films Vengeance (2004) and Clash (2006), films for which he also received credit as associate producer.

Activism[edit]

Julia-Levy has dedicated his life to make a difference through ending animal abuse and fighting injustices for dogs who are wrongfully accused of harming people.[4] Over the last decade, Julia-Levy has been a part of various critical law cases of animal torture.

In 2014, Julia-Levy was involved in the case of Max, a Labrador who was sexually assaulted and murdered in Yucatán. He started a fierce prosecution against the criminals and offered 60,000 pesos for their capture.[5][6][7] In 2015, Julia-Levy went on to donate $10,000 as reward for information leading to an arrest for the poisoning and murder of over 60 dogs in Hermosillo, Mexico.[8] Another case Julia-Levy was involved in was that of the stray dog, Pablito. The dog was severely tortured by animal abusers and Julia-Levy saved him from the streets of Mexico City. He spent $30,000 to save and extend the life of Pablito, who had cancer and many broken and deteriorating bones.[9][10]

One of Julia-Levy's most prominent cases took place in 2016, where he mobilized the political structure of Coahuila, Mexico, to save an innocent dog's life. A pitbull named Max was accused of killing a three-year-old boy and after two months of intense public battle, the state government concluded that Max was innocent and had no involvement with the child's death.[11][12] Criminologists from the FBI reported that Max was falsely accused with no rightful evidence. [13] This led to a new legislation being based in Mexico and Max became the first dog to receive pardon from the state government of Mexico. [14]

In 2020, a dog named El Diablo was accused of killing his 17-year old owner and sentenced to death. Julia-Levy called out the state and the national news network and proved that the dog was falsely accused, allowing him to be returned to the mother of the owner.[15][16]

Along with these efforts, Julia-Levy and his ex-wife founded Paw Hills, a luxury pet hotel in Agoura Hills, California. Inside the pet hotel is the Raul Julia Foundation, which is dedicated to preserve and fight for the rights of animals in Latin America and Mexico.[17] Since its founding, the Raul Julia Foundation has saved over 7,500 stray dogs.[18] Future plans for the foundation are to build an animal rehabilitation center in hopes of saving 50,000 stray and abused dogs and cats. [19] Julia-Levy has also expanded his involvement to include the plight of Lolita, an orca whale that has been living and performing at Seaquarium in Miami, Florida.[20][21] [22]

Filmography[edit]

Title Year Role
The Champagne Gang 2006 Carlos/associate producer
Clash 2006 Detective Marin/associate producer
Vengeance 2004 Detective Marin/associate producer
Choices 2 2004 Detective Mortel
Epoch 2001 José the Bandido
Double Take 2001 Quintana Driver/associate producer
The Guilt (TV series, in episode "Dean's Office") 1996 Nadiel Perez
Halcones de la muerte – Espias mortales 1993 Jorge de Alba
Fuga da Kayenta 1991 Vito Franco

References[edit]

  1. Hernandez, Belem (8 June 2020). "Terminan en la calle perros que se compran". El Sol Del Durango. Retrieved 1 August 2020.
  2. Notimex (28 May 2020). "Activista adopta a perros señalados de matar a personas". Diario De Yucatan. Retrieved 1 August 2020.
  3. "Epoch (2000) Movie Review". BeyondHollywood.com. 30 June 2003. Retrieved 2 January 2014.
  4. AMSanMiguel (30 May 2020). "Raúl, el artista que protege perros acusados de dañar a sus dueños". News San Miguel. Retrieved 1 August 2020.
  5. Ivan (22 August 2014). "Ofrecen recompensa de 60 mil pesos por autor de violación y extracción de ojos a perro en Tizimín". SDP Noticias. Retrieved 5 January 2020.
  6. Sipse (1 September 2014). "Perrito lastimado trae a Yucatán a Raúl Juliá". Sipse. Retrieved 5 January 2020.
  7. Notirasa (22 August 2014). "Desde Hollywood ofrecen recompensa por agresor de Max, perro que sufrió abuso sexual en Tizimín". Notirasa. Retrieved 5 January 2020.
  8. BBC (3 April 2015). "Dog-killing spree alarms Mexican city of Hermosillo". BBC. Retrieved 5 January 2020.
  9. Pillado (14 January 2016). "Actor Ofrece Recompensa Para Dar Con Violadores de Perro Yucateco". SDP Noticias. Retrieved 5 January 2020.
  10. Campeche (25 August 2014). "Actor Ofrece Recompensa Para Dar Con Violadores de Perro Yucateco". Campeche. Retrieved 5 January 2020.
  11. El Diario (25 March 2017). "Pitbull que mato a nino en Saltillo recibe indulto". El Diario. Retrieved 5 January 2020.
  12. Channel 12 (25 January 2017). "Actor Ofrece Recompensa Para Dar Con Violadores de Perro Yucateco". Super Channel 12. Retrieved 5 January 2020.
  13. Negras (9 May 2017). "Criminólogo del FBI calificó de 'vergonzoso' el expediente elaborado por la PGJEC sobre caso del perro 'Max'". Vanguardia. Retrieved 5 January 2020.
  14. PeriodicoLavoz (28 January 2017). "Max fue sometido a tortura: Raul Julia Levy demandara a director del Antirrabico de Saltillo". Vanguardia. Retrieved 5 January 2020.
  15. Gonzalez, Nestor (9 June 2020). "Dan a 'El Diablo' en adopción a Raúl Julia". Zocalo. Retrieved 1 August 2020.
  16. Vanguardia Agencia (18 May 2020). "MATA 'EL DIABLO' A SU DUEÑO". La Voz De Coahuila. Retrieved 1 August 2020.
  17. "Fundación de Raúl Juliá en Malibú, una lucha por los perros y gatos desamparados". Vanguardia. 7 January 2017. Retrieved 5 January 2020.
  18. "See what this man will build to help animals – the world needs more people like him!". Valuable Stories. Retrieved 5 January 2020.
  19. Treviño, Anilú (7 January 2017). "Raúl Julia abrirá sus puertas a perros callejeros en México". Posta. Retrieved 5 January 2020.
  20. Bennett, Jessica (22 January 2008). "Free Lolita! A Whale Story". Newsweek. Retrieved 13 December 2013.
  21. van Schagen, Sarah (14 April 2008). "Celebrities rally to free killer whale – US news – Environment – Grist Magazine". NBC News. Retrieved 13 December 2013.
  22. "Corey Feldman & Raul Julia Levy Lolita the Killer Whale". YouTube. 26 September 2009. Retrieved 2 October 2013.

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