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Juliet Heller's Bio

Juliet Heller was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and has worked locally, nationally and internationally. After graduating from Indiana University, Bloomington with dual degrees in both Theatre and English, Juliet moved to London where she appeared in the title role of Mrs. Pinchwife in The Country Wife, produced at the Diorama Studio Theatre. After moving back to the US, Juliet appeared Off-Off Broadway as the Ghost of Christmas Past in Charles Dicken’s: A Christmas Carol with Personal Space Theatrics as well as in Rock Out! at the New York International Fringe Festival.

Locally, her work as Alexa Vere de Vere in New Conservatory Theatre Center’s production of As Bees In Honey Drown, which drew praise for her performance from the show's Tony nominated playwright, Douglas Carter Beane. Other recent productions include the South Bay Premiere of Tom Stoppard's Rock n' Roll (Gillian/Magda) at San Jose Stage, The Country Wife (Mrs. Squeamish) and Twelfth Night (Fabian) with Pacific Repertory Theatre, and Annie (Grace) with Broadway By the Bay. Juliet has also worked on The Taming of the Shrew (Bianca) with Arclight Repertory Company, Jubilee (Princess Diana), One Touch of Venus (Gloria Kramer) and Out of This World (Chloe Antanopolous) with 42nd Street Moon, The Pirates of Penzance (Mabel) and Brigadoon (Meg Brockie) with Woodminster, as well as work with the Marin Mountain Play, Willows Theatre Company, Custom Made Theatre Company, and the Ross Valley Players. Regionally, she performed the role of Lizzie Curry in The Rainmaker, at the Post Playhouse in Nebraska, as well as working with the Bloomington Playwright's Project.

Recently, Juliet completed a pick up shot as a Swing Dancer for the new Lucasfilm picture, Red Tails(directed by George Lucas himself), and completed shooting on the BBC Bristol series Paul Merton's The Birth of Hollywood, playing the role of real life silent film actress Virginia Rappe. She is also in pre-production for the independent feature film, One Way Home, as well as just wrapping filming for The Once and Future Bride. Other recent projects include Film de Femme at the 48 Hour Film Festival, and her appearance in The Audition, premiering at the San Francisco Seven Day Film Festival, was nominated for Best Acting!

Juliet also is in preproduction on a few other projects and is currently developing a new radio play based on Jane Austen’s Persuasion. Her training includes work with the City Lit London, The Actor’s Center in NYC and American Conservatory Theatre. She currently resides in the Bay Area with her partner, actor/director/playwright Dan Wilson.


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