Julien Arruti, born 25 November 1978 in Rueil-Malmaison, is a French actor known for having played in Babysitting and Babysitting 2. Julien Arruti grew up in La Celle-Saint-Cloud. It is in his youth that he goes, under the influence of Fifi, to play in his first sketches. Later he will join Fifi on Fun TV. First to make a weekly sketch parody of the Popstars program and finally to be part of the Fifi show.In 2003 begins the adventure in the True Journal of Karl Zero It is the first of La Bande à Fifi. Author and actor, Julien will stand out thanks to the role of Merclouf, a gentle pessard. The adventure will last two years with the entire team of the True Journal. It is at this time that he will present Tarek, a friend met during his studies, to the rest of the band. In 2005 Julien, with La Bande à Fifi, integrated Le Grand Journal de Michel Denisot In 2008 the adventure extends to the Splendid to play the show of the band entitled "Who killed the death?" in which he plays the role of Anatole. In 2009 it is the time of Chut, chut, chut, a humorous program on W9. In 2010 it is with L'Arnacœur that Julien holds his first role in the cinema. In parallel with the Band in Fifi, he collaborates with Laurent Ruquier in On will get embarrassed to do a sketch on the news. At the end of the year, he plays in a play entitled La Veritable Histoire de Zorro In 2011 Julien wrote episodes of the cartoon My friend Grompf and participated in the web series Les Nouveaux Rugbymen. In 2013 he played the role of Alex in Babysitting directed by Philippe Lacheau, two years later he took up this role in the second part (Babysitting 2).In 2017, he embodied the role of Augustine in Alibi.com directed by Philippe Lacheau. Then he joined the casting of the film "Marry me my friend", scheduled for release on October 25, 2017, where he obtained the role of the blind man.In 2018, he joined the troupe of the Motherfuckers.He was married and had two children.