Juliette is a New York City native and a graduate of both the musical theatre and acting concentrations at Temple University, Philadelphia. Not only is she proficient in musical theatre but she has an extensive background in film/television acting, jazz, classical, folk and choral music, piano, guitar, and music theory.
Recent credits include: My Princess Diana (Camilla- BCEFA/Alvin Ailey, Dir. Brian Ray Norris), Hairspray (Tracy), Carousel (Julie Jordan), The Secret Garden (Lily), Footloose (Ariel), Anything Goes, Brigadoon, Hansel und Gretel (opera), and more. She also was seen as a featured soloist in Project Broadway's Benefit at 54 Below, NYC's Jazz Appreciation Month Concert alongside Tony Bennett, and at the Global Music Foundation Jazz Festival in London, UK. Film credits include featured work on Showtime’s “Billions” (Hobart’s Assistant), and principal work on Investigation Discovery’s “A Perfect Murder” (CSI Investigator). She has performed in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Zankel Hall, Lincoln Center, and Radio City Music Hall, with musicians, singers, and directors such as Joe Lovano, Marvin Stamm, Thana Alexa, Renee Marie, Glen Roven, Marc Tumminelli, Peter Reynolds, Brandon McShaffery, Marin Alsop, to name a few.
Juliette brings a mix of vibrancy and maturity to her work, and hopes to continue to spread her artistry around the US and abroad. Juliette shares her passion for the arts with a deep love of language, culture, dynamics of society, and social change. She is bilingual in English and Italian, and has spent time working for an international arts management company. By using her ability to connect artistic and managerial thinking and to analyze the ever-evolving art field, she has hopes to procure performance arts around the world, with hopes for advancements, and the continued exposure to important work on an international platform.
Local Hire: New York City, New Jersey, Philadelphia