A bit about Juliet

Juliet Howland - Owner and Designer


Juliet is a professional actress and has worked in Film, Television and Theatre for the last 25 years. Her first film was 'Iris', working alongside Judi Dench and Jim Broadbent as Emma Stone and she played Dorothy Townsend, Liev Schreiber's wife, in 'The Painted Veil' alongside Edward Norton and Naomi Watts.  Other films include 'V For Vendetta'; 'Astral' ; 'The Death and Life of John F. Donovan' ; 'The Last Photograph' and 'Scott and Sid' which won Best British Film at The 2019  National Film Awards. She has also been in numerous TV series in the UK; 'Guilt' in the US and recently played Margaret Asher alongside Hugh Denis as Richard Asher, in the Paul McCartney episode of 'Urban Myths - True ish Stories' for Sky Arts. She has been in over 30 commercials worldwide and has worked in theatres throughout the UK including in The West End; Salisbury Playhouse; York Theatre Royal ; The Watermill Theatre, Newbury; Manchester Library Theatre; The Haymarket, Basingstoke and she played Moya Lexington in The National Theatre's multi award winning production of Terrence Rattigan's  'After The Dance' with Benedict Cumberbatch and Adrian Scarborough.


Juliet is also a singer/songwriter/composer and records under her own record label Polyanthus Records. She plays the flute, guitar and piano and recorded her debut album 'A Promise of Return', her single 'Light A Candle' and her EP 'Good Luck and Distant Music' in Los Angeles with producer Rob Seals with Mastering by LA based multi award winning Gavin Lurssen and Reuben Cohen. Juliet's music is available on Itunes, Amazon and Spotify and on Youtube. If anyone wishes to purchase a CD, please send an email to mail@juliethowland.com.


Go to www.juliethowland.com for more information.


In recent years, alongside her life as an actress and singer/songwriter, Juliet has worked passionately on the Jdryer, learning about metal fabrication, engineering and design, in order to bring this brilliant and simple solution to drying back to life.