Julius Carry (12 March, 1952 - 19 August, 2008) was an American actor best known for his role as bounty hunter Lord Bowler in the television series The Adventures of Brisco County Jr., appearing in all 27 episodes of the series, from 1993-1994.
A veteran of numerous television shows, Carry had recurring roles in It's A Living; 227; Cutters; Misery Loves Company; Murphy Brown; Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place; Boy Meets World; The District; and Do Over.
He made guest appearances on a number of shows, including Hill Stret Blues; Benson; Newhart; The Jeffersons; The A-Team; Fame; Moonlighting; Murder, She Wrote; Grace Under Fire; Empty Nest; Cosby; Spin City; Strong Medicine; Diagnosis Murder; Half & Half; JAG; and The Unit.
Carry also appeared in the made-for-TV movies Goldie and the Bears (1984); Police Story: Monster Manor (1988); Jake Spanner, Private Eye (1989); Perry Mason: The Case of the All-Star Assassin (1989); Schimmel (2000); and Columbo: Columbo Likes the Nightlife (2003).
In addition, he had roles in the feature films The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh (1979); Disco Godfather (1980); The Last Dragon (1985); The Man with One Red Shoe (1985); Moving (1988); World Gone Wild (1988); and The New Guy (2002).
He died on 19 August, 2008 of pancreatic cancer.