Juliet Bowler

Juliet Bowler

Actor and Voice Artist

Boston, Massachusetts

Member Since:
August 2011
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About Juliet

A graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute, Juliet has worked extensively on stage and in film in New York and Boston. Film credits include Clear History, alt.sex, The Damned and the Dead, Influenced Women, and Game Day. Stage credits include Our Miss Brooks, Snapshots, Misery, The Knight Who Was Afraid of the Dark and Moliere's The Learned Ladies.

Juliet has extensive voice over credits, such as Brookstone, Dental Relaxation, Eastern Bank, Giant Glass, Marshalls, National Emphysema Treatment Trial, Stop and Shop and United Way. She's also appeared in a variety of corporate industrials and commercials for the American Medical Association, Giant Glass, and .




  • That's My Boy

    That's My Boy (2012)
    Film (Comedy) Actress While still in his teens, Donny (Adam Sandler) fathered a son, Todd (Andy Samberg), and raised him as a single parent up until Todd's 18th birthday. Now, after not seeing each other for years, Todd's world comes crashing down on the eve of his wedding when an uninvited Donny suddenly shows up. Trying desperately to reconnect with his son, Donny is now forced to deal with the repercussions of his bad parenting skills. Written by Official site

  • Candy from Strangers Part 1: Small Prey

    Candy from Strangers Part 1: Small Prey (2011)
    Film (Animation, Short, Crime, Drama and 1 More) Actress Add a Plot »

  • The Steve Katsos Show

    The Steve Katsos Show (2011)
    Television (Comedy and Talk-Show) Actress Comedy and talk-show.

  • alt.sex

    alt.sex (2001)
    Film (Comedy) Actress Add a Plot »

  • Game Day

    Game Day (1999)
    Film (Comedy, Drama and Sport) Actress Richard Lewis plays coach Steven Adler, a one time high profile division one college basketball coach haunted by the demon of having lost five championship titles. Now he finds himself wasting away in a slack-jawed, low profile town coaching a second rate college program. Once again, he has miraculously brought this unlikely team to the finals. As his behavior on the day of the championship game indicates, he is far more successful at the game of basketball than the game of life. The question remains: if he finally wins the big game, will Coach Adler get his life back on track or is he already too far gone... ? Written by Steven Weill <SWeillFilm_@aol.com>>


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