Juliet landau was a professional ballerina. She studied acting extensively with the late Susan Peretz and is a member of the actor’s studio. Juliet co-starred in Tim Burton’s Ed Wood as Loretta King and starred opposite Whoopi Goldberg in New Line Cinema’s Theodore Rex. She created the role of Drusilla on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, appearing on Buffy and Angel over the course of six seasons.
Juliet directed the short documentary Take Flight about and for Gary Oldman, co-directed/appeared in Godhead’s hero music video and co-wrote two issues of the Angel comic book about Drusilla.
Lead roles in independents include: Monstert Mutt, The Yellow Wallpaper, Darkness Visible, Hack, Toolbox Murders, Repossessed, Carlo’s Wake, Life Among The Cannibals, Ravager, Direct Hit, Citizens and Going Shopping.
TV guest star appearances include: Criminal Minds, Millennium, La Femme Nikita, Strong Medicine, a starring role in the lifetime movie Reunion and Jake Scott’s HBO project.
Voiceover work includes: Justice League Unlimited, Green Lantern, Thundercats, Ben 10: Alien Force TV series and video games, Bioshock 1 and 2, Star Wars The Old Republic and the features Green Lantern: First Flight, Strange Frame and Justice League Doom.
Juliet has garnered outstanding reviews for her work in the theater every time out. Leading roles include: Awake and Sing! at the Pittsburgh public theatre, the world premiere of Failure of Nerve, Uncommon Women and Others, The Pushcart PeddlersRobbers, Billy Irish, We’re Talking Today Here, the musical How To Steal an Election, the west coast premiere of Irish Coffee and the world premiere of Murray Shisgal’s musical The Songs of War. Juliet produced a two-evening staged reading of A Streetcar Named Desire for the centennial of Tennessee William’s birth, in which she played the stellar role of Blanche. John McNaughton directed and they collaborated again on the five-month run of John Patrick Shanley’s Danny and the Deep Blue Sea.