Juliet Landau is a multifaceted actress, director, and producer.
Having co-starred in Tim Burton’s “Ed Wood” and opposite Whoopi Goldberg in “Theodore Rex” Juliet is a creative talent not only in her acting, but the characters she portrays and takes on.
She created and played the role of Drusilla with Joss Whedon on “Buffy The Vampire Slayer” and “Angel” over the course of six seasons discussing with us what it’s like acting in television.
Juliet directed the documentary “Take Flight” about and for Gary Oldman covering his creative process and co-directed “Dream Out Loud”, which features interviews from the likes of Guillermo del Toro, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Rian Johnson.
Juliet is currently directing “A Place Among The Undead” – which we encourage you to contribute to at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/a-place-among-the-undead#/ The title is an anthology series on vampires, which includes interviews with Tim Burton, Joss Whedon, Gary Oldman, Willem Dafoe, Anne Rice, Ron Perlman, Robert Patrick and many more. Juliet is also additionally directing (in tandem) a feature length documentary, “A Place Among The Dead”, which looks at people taking the fantasy of vampirism a bit too far into reality. For more info on these titles please visit her site at http://www.julietlandau.com
Juliet has starred in over 20 films and on multiple television shows. She describes her unique approach in adopting a character’s persona and what it’s like performing for a diverse arena of television, theatre, gaming, and feature environments. Juliet has performed extensive voiceover work for multiple video game, animation, and audio book titles which she also discusses.
For theater, Juliet’s favorite performances include starring in “Danny and The Deep Blue Sea”, “A Streetcar Named Desire” and “Awake and Sing” among many, many more.
Listen this week as we delve into the performances that encompass Juliet Landau’s career through past, present, and future.