Actress.  Writer. Director. Producer. Solo Show and Teaching Artist.

Juliette Jeffers is a Caribbean-American actor, writer, director, producer and teaching artist.

She has worked on stage and screen for over twenty years.

On stage, She has performed her first solo show, “Batman and Robin in the Boogie Down” throughout the U.S and Caribbean. It received nominations for a Drama Desk award and an NAACP Theatre Award. It also won a Bronx Council on the Arts Award. Juliette’s second solo show, “Chocolate Match.com” was highly acclaimed and is now being developed as a web series. She has performed her third solo show, “Pan Gyul” at the L.A. Women’s Theatre Festival and various schools throughout the country. Juliette has performed her fourth solo play, “Judgment Day” at the L.A. Women’s Theatre Festival, where it received an award for “Inspiring Solo Performance”. 

She also performed it at the One Festival in New York and the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival. Her fifth solo play, “Tio Pablo” recently won Best Play and Best Actress at the Hollywood Short & Sweet Theatre Festival. It was a part of Solofest in L.A. and will appear at The One Festival in N.Y. Juliette has also appeared in thirteen films, over twenty guest star TV roles and over fifty national commercials, working with  esteemed actors such as Susan Sarandon and Will Smith. Some of her notable credits include, “Criminal Minds”, “Bones” and “Grey’s Anatomy.”

As an educator, Juliette has taught acting at Queensborough Community College and New Design Middle School in NYC. She has conducted various workshops throughout the country focusing on theatre, solo shows, acting for tv, film and commercials, as well as the ins and outs of show biz. She teaches acting to inmates in correctional facilities in L.A. Juliette is also a private coach and co-directed the solo show, “A Little Sugar For The Heart,” which won the One Festival award for Best Solo Show.

 

"Juliette Jeffers is the reason I have a solo show! She is a divine example and inspiration of the joyous satisfaction of telling your own story!"

Vanessa Williams,
("Feet on the Ceiling")

Teaching Artist

I started teaching acting in 2009 when I co-founded “Three At Play” school of acting in NYC.

Since then, I’ve gone on to teach at Queensborough Community college and New Design Middle School in Harlem. I’ve conducted various workshops throughout the country focusing on theatre, solo shows, acting for tv, film and commercials, as well as the ins and outs of show biz. I’ve also worked as a private coach and directed several solo shows. I co-directed a solo show, “A Little Sugar For The Heart,” which won the One Festival award for Best Solo Show.

 

 

"RELEASE AND LET GO" SOLO SHOW WORKSHOPS

Everyone has a story to tell. What’s yours?

Release the story. Let go of the fear.

This healing, empowering workshop will assist you with the tools and insight to unleash your powerful story and get you from idea to performance.

PHONE INTERVIEW IS REQUIRED IN ORDER TO BE ACCEPTED INTO THE WORKSHOP

Learn more about Juliette’s solo shows and workshops