Raul Julia Levy, son of the legendary actor of Hollywood, Raul Julia Arcelay, protagonist of the movie "The Addams Family" he was born on July 10, 1971 in the state of Guanajuato, but on international level he is a distinguished producer, actor and philanthropist.
Up to his 17 years he lived in Mexico, well in that time he met his father during the shooting "Romero" filmed in Cuernavaca in 1989. The executive musical producer of "The Addams Family" Forter Corder remembered the gesticulations of the teen they were identical to his famous father, whom introduced him and told him that he was born in Mexico and that he was proud of him.
In 1998 Raul Julia Levy filmed his fist movie in Houston "The culture of Silence Film Project" for the channel HBO, where he acted as a Mexican-American discontent with his life and with the system.
The film was very controversial, which shows the problems of a culture stricked down by the violence. After the shooting, the major of Houston, James Brown gave him the key to the city for his service to protect women victims of the domestic violence.
Even though him as a businessman has been in multiple pructions of Hollywood, they have won an Oscar for "The last king of Escocia" with Forest Whitaker , he has focused in the philanthropic field. He has received multiple awards from civil organizations and governmental protection for the women in the United States, like Hispanic Women's council, Project Amiga, and more, for his labor in favor of them.
He was a member of Women's Council Protection in Los Angeles, with other people like Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife Maria Shriver.
His vision goes beyond, he has helped children in necessity, he was been recognize by the UNESCO in multiple occasions.
In 2000 in Cumbre de Indigena in Oaxaca, the second event that Vicente Fox conducted as a president of Mexico, he invited movie producers from the United States, led by Raul Julia Levy and intellectual of the world and the culture invited for at least 25 places of the country.
In Mexico in 2014 he helped students in Merida, Yucatán, from the Technical Institute of Tizimin, who won a national scholarship and he helped them with the cost of their trip to the United States and to DF.
In his labor in favor towards the most needed he has worked with artist like Elton John, Johnny Depp, Wesley Snipes, Michael and Jermain Jackson, Harrison Ford, System of a Dow, Rza and Placido Domingo. He has also worked with distinguished public figures that fight for protecting the oceans and the respect towards "nonhuman persons" (dogs and cats) in the world.
Raul Julia Levy, who during one year and a half lived with the two siblings Jermaine and Michael Jackson in the Neverland ranch, property of this last one, in 2007 he led the campaign to free "Lolita" the whale, who has lived for years in Marino aquarium of Miami. At the end the activists came to the conclusion that they could not survive in the sea, because they had been for a long time in captivity.
In his hotel in Los Angeles, California has the program K9 International, designed to help "nonhuman persons" (dogs and cats) in a vulnerable situation in the United States and he plans to extend his froyect to Mexico.
In that sense, the activist lead and started the negotiations with the elected president of Valle del Bravo, Mauricio Osorio Dominguez and the activist Mariana Martinez Garcia, so January 19 and on, the town Valle del Bravo turns into the first to consider the animals as people "non humans" in Latin America, as well as France and India.
Within other invitations Raul Julia Levy was invited in a special manner by the President in San Salvador, Salvador Sanchez Ceren and the Episcopal conference of this country, as well as the President Enrique Peña Nieto to the beatification ceremony of Monseñor Oscar Arnulfo Romero in 2015.
Recently he prepares the magnum project "Telecan", who hopes to raise funds for the animalistic cause in Mexico and at the same time create awareness in order to respect living creatures, due to that Mexico occupies the third place in mistreatment in the wold.