Julian Horton can be seen in the STX feature film National Champions, alongside J.K. Simmons, Timothy Olyphant, Uzo Aduba, and Lil Rel Howery. He also just completed his third movie that will be in theaters, Black Spartans. Julian Horton plays Gene Washington, a wide receiver from LaPorte, Texas that gets recruited to play for Michigan State in the 1960’s. The movie tells the story about Michigan State, the first fully integrated college football team in history. He also just wrapped an appearance in the feature The Re-Education of Molly Singer. He can also be seen in the Amazon distributed feature The House Invictus. On the television side, Julian’s first network appearance was on The CW’s Legacies. He recently completed a two-episode arc on Tyler Perry/BET’s Bruh, and is a series regular on CleoTV’s Tough Love Atlanta. Horton has also appeared in national commercials with Invesco and Ready Life. Before transitioning into the world of acting, Horton played football for the Arkansas Razorbacks and Tennessee Titans in the early 2010’s. Besides sports and acting, Horton is also a music producer, creating music for the Rap, R&B, and Pop genres.