Juliette Boland had no choice but to go into the family business. From the age of two-months she found herself on the road with her entertainer parents, traveling the world and filling up two passports by the time she turned two.
Juliette made her musical theatre debut in a production of The Wizard of Oz where she played the youngest Munchkin. She caught the bug and lead roles in other productions quickly followed: Les Miserables (Young Cosette), White Christmas (Susan Waverly), You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown (Lucy), Into The Woods (Cinderella), Willy Wonka (Veruca Salt) and three productions of Annie (Kate, Tessie, Duffy) But her favorite all-time role has been playing Mary Poppins in Mary Poppins. Coincidentally she’s met the writer of the book, Julian Fellowes, several times, and is a personal friend of the original composer, Disney legend Richard Sherman.
Juliette has always been an intergal part of TAC working as a production assistant, live social media host and sometimes editor! But it’s her Timey Wimey Fandom Show that has caught the attention of fans and professionals alike. She has interviewed the cast of her favorite British series, Doctor Who: Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman, Matt Smith and showrunner Steven Moffat as well as interviews with the cast of Supernatural and the film Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Juliette was recently honored by the LA Press Club with the National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Award for her entertainment reporting. The youngest recipient ever!