Juliette Regnier’s stage and film credits are numerous. She will be seen next, albeit briefly(!) in David Fincher's Mindhunters for Netflix in the fall of 2017. On stage, recent roles include the Iraqi Woman/Leper for Ensemble Theatre's production of BANGAL TIVER AT THE BAGHDAD ZOO alongside her husband, actor Michael Regnier as the Tiger; Mary Todd Lincoln in A CIVIL WAR CHRISTMAS: AN AMERICAN MUSICAL CELEBRATION for Dobama, Ariadne Utterword in Shaw's HEARTBREAK HOUSE, an Equity Members Project Code and at The Beck Center as Bananas in THE HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES. She was a company member with Kalliope Stage, Dobama Theatre & The Cleveland Signstage Theatre and has appeared on stage at Cleveland Public Theatre, The Cleveland Play House, Great Lakes Theatre, Indiana Repertory Theatre and the American Repertory Theatre, to name a few. She studied with the Moscow Art Theatre at Harvard University and taught undergraduate acting at Case Western Reserve University for nine years. Juliette embarked on the path of original work in 1999 as a cabaret artist with the creation of her first cabaret, SHADES OF BLUE. Since then she has developed, written and produced three more cabarets, her proudest, ELSEWHERE, which traverses in story and song the landscapes of Paris, Mother Courage's wagon, The French Quarter, the Birdcage Theatre in Tombstone, AZ and the playground. In 2000 she began to write plays. The first of four one acts in a cycle of plays called THE S PLAYS, SHORN, debuted in 2007 at Dobama Theatre. In 2013 she was chosen to be the Inaugural Nord Playwriting Fellow at Cleveland Public Theatre to work on the second and third plays in the series, SOILED and SISTERS. Both were produced as staged readings and workshop productions during the fellowship year. As a member of Dobama's Playwrights GYM, she completed a fourth play, SUPERIOR to conclude the cycle. Juliette's directing credits include two critically and audience acclaimed productions,ROMEO & JULIET for Cleveland Shakespeare Company and NECESSARY TARGETS for Willoughby Fine Arts.