Julian Sands’ brother fears he won’t find the missing actor after he disappeared during a mountain hike.
The British actor65 years old, disappeared while hiking in the San Gabriel Mountains, near Mount Baldy in California, nearly two weeks ago.
The rescue team conducted a desperate search to locate the missing father of three, with severe weather conditions slowing their efforts.
And as the search entered its 12th day, actor Nick Sands’ brother worried that his famous brother might not be found.
Nick, who hasn’t seen his brother since October, told Craven’s messenger: “He has not been declared missing, considered dead, but in my heart I know that he is gone.
“Whatever the brotherhood was, it was like him walking out there and proving me wrong.
“On Monday, he was scheduled to join his brothers at our Monday Club for a beer in Skipton; he’s going to be missed, and I guess we’ll raise a glass with he.”
He said that Julian would regularly visit Gargrave, where he grew up with his siblings and single mother.
Both national and state officials are currently working with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s office following the actor’s arrest. missing report.
The experienced climber planned to complete the treacherous trek in one day but was unable to return home on January 13.
His brother reveals that Mount Baldy is Julian’s favorite place and will visit it often.
He said: “When in LA the Mt Baldy Mountains are his favorite place, he goes there as often as he can, Julian likes to say ‘I’ve never been on vacation but sometimes I do. rest’ – now he is resting in a place that he will truly approve.
Last week Julian’s snow-covered car was recovered by investigators and pull away.
Over the weekend, it was revealed that the US authorities is using GPS data from his phone to try to locate him.
The actor is known for his roles in hit films such as A Room With A View – where he co-starred with Helena Bonham Carter – and Leaving Las Vegas.
He was born in England but lived in the North hollywood area.
Julian has two daughters with journalist Evgenia Citkowitz, whom he married in 1990.
He has a son with his first wife Sarah Sands – former editor of the Sunday Telegraph and Evening Standard.
His brother Nick concluded that Julian “has an army of friends, fans and admirers who have supported them greatly and will miss Jules very much.”
The star’s worried family praised the “heroic” efforts of California authorities in a statement shared by the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office Monday.