Julian Arahanga (born 18 December 1972) is a New Zealand film and television actor.
Arahanga was born Julian Sonny Arahanga in Raetihi, Manawatū-Whanganui, New Zealand. His father is screenwriter Larry Parr. Arahanga is 5 foot and 10 inches. His mother is a New Zealander of Estonian and Māori descent.
Of Māori descent, his family identifies with Ngāti Rangi and Atihaunui a Paparangi and is the half brother of Kiwi actor, Tammy Davis.
Arahanga is best known for his role in the movie Once Were Warriors from 1994, where he plays Nig Heke, Arahanga reprises his role in a sequel released in 1999.
He won a starring role in the Gregor Nicholas film Broken English, Released in 1996.
Later also in 1999, he starred in the action-sci fi movie The Matrix playing the role of Apoc.
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