What if God was held accountable in a court of law for all of the injustices that African-Americans have endured?
Juliette Jeffers is an award-winning Caribbean-American actor, writer, director, producer, and teaching artist. On-screen, she has appeared in eighteen films, thirty-seven TV shows, and over sixty national commercials. Some of her notable credits include Law & Order: Organized Crime, 911 Lone Star, Chicago Med and Grey’s Anatomy. You can see Juliette currently in Aftermath on Netflix and Noise in The Middle on Amazon Prime.
Some of her theatre highlights include her five solo plays. She has performed them throughout the US and the Caribbean. Batman and Robin in the Boogie Down, (Bronx Council on the Arts Award, Drama Desk, and NAACP nominations), Chocolate Match, Pan Gyul, Judgment Day, and Tio Pablo (In English and Spanish – best play and best actress awards – Hollywood Short and Sweet fest).
As a teaching artist, Juliette has taught in schools and correctional facilities in N.Y. and L.A. She is a private coach and has helped develop and direct over thirty-five solo shows. She also teaches Master Classes throughout the country. Juliette served on the Board of the LA Women’s Theatre Festival and was the Curator of the Black Voices Solo Theatre Festival at the Whitefire Theatre.