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Juliet Landau

Happy Birthday To Juliet Landau, 43 Today !

Sunday 30 March 2008, by Webmaster

Date of Birth : 30 March 1965

Location : Los Angeles, California, USA

Birth Name : Juliet Rose Landau

Height : 5’ 7" (1.70 m)

Mini Biography

Juliet Landau, the daughter of Martin Landau and Barbara Bain, co-starred in Tim Burton’s highly acclaimed Ed Wood (1994) as "Loretta King" and starred opposite Whoopi Goldberg and Armin Mueller-Stahl in New Line Cinema’s Theodore Rex (1995) (V) as "Dr. Veronica Shade". She portrays "Drusilla" in the television dramas "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1997) and _"Angel" (1999/I)_, and will next be seen co-starring in Henry Jaglom’s latest film, Going Shopping (2005). Some of the diverse independent films in which she has starred include Citizens of Perpetual Indulgence (2000), Direct Hit (1994), Life Among the Cannibals (1996), Ravager (1997), Carlo’s Wake (1999) opposite Michael Chiklis, Christopher Meloni and Rita Moreno, and Repossessed (2002), opposite JoBeth Williams. Juliet has received outstanding notices for leading roles in the theatre, including Clifford Odets’ "Awake and Sing!" at the Pittsburgh Public Theatre and, in Los Angeles, "Uncommon Women and Others", "The Pushcart Peddlers", "Billy Irish", "We’re Talking Today Here", "How to Steal an Election", "Failure of Nerve", the West Coast premiere of "Irish Coffee" and the world premiere of the musical "The Songs of War". She was a professional ballerina and is a member of the Actors Studio.


Her sister is producer Susan Landau Finch.

Daughter of Martin Landau and Barbara Bain

Currently resides in Los Angeles.

Her parents moved to London, England when she was a child. She studied both acting and classical ballet at the American school in London, before returning to the States at the age of 18.