Julius Carr is the adult entertainer of comedy, high-energy act with a baby-face, setting the adult tone. Performing as himself (or Julius Czar), Julius has received accolades from both party-goers and professional groups alike. Julius Carr is an American stand-up comedian and actor, born in the Bronx, NY, influenced by disco, rock, soul, Jazz, and R&B music, the reemergence of Black unification and ingenuity in the inner city through hip hop culture and inevitably film and the performance arts.
At a young age Julius' mother seen he was vey imaginative and took him to a talent audition for inspiring young child actors. After a few screen test, the talent agents told his mother he would be great for TV, and that she would need to get some photos taken. His mother didn't have the money and they never went back. Many years later, Julius would answer his life's call to be a performer. He became a hip hop artist, later becoming a part of a rap group which was one night discovered performing by a music industry A&R at an underground Hip Hop event. People in the neighborhood were thrilled and reeled about how they seen the group on TV performing. Two days later the group was taken to an in house studio where they were given beats and the group was left alone to record songs. Leaving young 18 yr olds alone was just a recipe for disaster. Eventually the group couldn't come to creative agreements and separated.
Julius' imagination would, many years later, become expressed though off broadway theater performances. Aside from doing off Broadway Theater, Mr. Carr made his first stage appearance as himself in 2012 at the world famous Comic Strip Live, working his way around performing at some of the most popular comedy clubs in NYC. In 2014, he appeared as "Julius Czar” (pronouncing it as Caesar) —a farce comedy of the Roman dictator Julius Caesar—at the Brooklyn House of Comedy. The enthralled reaction from the audience and social media was bigger than the sought after response Julius hoped to receive. With the success of “Julius Czar” he became known as the self-proclaimed “Czar of Comedy”.
Julius discovered his talent for writing and word play. After writing a few spec scripts, and Copyrighting his first animated TV pilot, Julius became inspired to delve further into writing, recognizing it as another form of artistic self expression he could explore.