Vladimir Kulich was born on July 14th 1956 in Prague, Czechoslovakia and began his training in
acting at the State Theatre of Czechoslovakia, also learning to speak three other languages
fluently (French, German, and English). He moved to Canada and immediately was cast in guest
-starring television and feature roles. During this time, he also owned, operated, and was
occasional guide for his white water rafting business located on the Chilliwack River. The 6'5"
Kulich adds prowess and physical stature to his naturally strong presence on stage and screen.
His most notable role to date was in Michael Crichton-John McTiernan's The 13th Warrior
(1999), where he was cast as the noble Viking Leader, Buliwyf. He is currently living in California
and has recently been cast as the bad guy "Josef" in the movie Silence, also
starring Bruce Boxleitner, which has been completed. Although there will be no theater release,
it is said that a deal with a video company is in the works for VHS and DVD distribution. Currently,
Vladimir is starring as "The Beast" in the television series "Angel", and is having a great time
playing the part.
Advance photo provided by "Queen of Swords" from "SILENCE", a Quantum Entertainment and Waldo West Productions film.