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Juliette Lewis –

About Juliette Lewis (1973 – )
In Los Angeles, California on June 21, 1973, Juliette Lewis was born. Her mother's name was Glenis Batley, a graphic designer. Juliette's father, Geoffrey Lewis, an actor, was a regular in Clint Eastwood's films.

Juliette Lewis has two sisters who are both actors, Lightfield Lewis and Deirdre Lewis. She left home at the age of fourteen. Lewis dropped out of high school three weeks after starting. Lewis was arrested for being underage in an underground dance club at the age of sixteen. Juliette drove without a license until she was 21. However, she owned her own car but she bought it under a friend's names and had been driving the car illegally since the age of fifteen. Eventually, she got her license when she was pulled over for not stopping a stop sign.

At the age of six, Juliette Lewis knew she wanted to be a performer. She claimed that musicals like Fame and Grease inspired her. At the age of twelve, Juliette Lewis landed her first leading role in Home Fires, a Showtime miniseries. Lewis appeared in The Wonder Years in 1988 and in I Married Dora in 1987.

Juliette Lewis married Stephen Berra, a professional skateboarder in 1999. They have since filed for divorce.

In 1989, she starred with Chevy Chase in the all time Christmas Classic, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. In 1991, she starred with Jennifer Jason Leigh in Crooked Hearts.

In 1995, Empire Magazine chose Juliette Lewis as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history.

In 1990 Juliette Lewis played a suicidal mental patient in the music video, Come to My Window, by Melissa Etheridge. Her song from Natural Born Killers in 1994 was used in another song Bad Brother by the Infidels.

In 2004, Juliette and the Licks, a rock band that Juliette Lewis fronts toured in the Van's Warped Tour.

Juliette Lewis, is recognized as one of Hollywood's most talented and versatile actors of her generation. She shocked audiences and critics in 1991 for her performance as Danielle Bowden in Cape Fear.

Juliette Lewis received an Emmy Nomination for her performance in My Louisiana Sky in 2001.

In 2002, Juliette Lewis co-starred with actress Jennifer Lopez in Enough. The film was directed by Michael Apted. Also in 2002, Lewis debuted on HBO in the drama Hysterical Blindness. She starred with Uma Thurman and Gena Rowlands.

In 2003, Juliette Lewis starred in the comedy Old School with Luke Wilson, Vince Vaughn and Will Ferrell. The film showed the comedic style of Lewis's talents.

In 2004, Lewis acted in Blueberry, which is a film based on a French comic book. She stars in the film with Michael Madsen and Vincent Cassel. Juliette Lewis plays a rancher's daughter and appears on horseback during much of the film.

In 1999, Juliette Lewis starred in Garry Marshall's The Other Sister. It was a very challenging role. she played Carla Tate, a mentally ill woman. Lewis co-starred in the film with Giovanni Ribisi, Diane Keaton and Tom Skerritt.

In 2000, Juliette Lewis acted in the comedy, Room to Rent. Her character in the film is a Monroe impersonator. Lewis sings and dances throughout the film.

Currently, Juliette Lewis is in London, England, starring with Martin Henderson in the revival of Sam Shepard's, Fool For Love.

Juliette Lewis's notable movie credits include...

Nerve (2016)
Jem and the Holograms (2015)
Kelly & Cal (2014)
Hellion (2014)
August: Osage County (2013)
Open Road (2013)
Foreverland (2011)
Hick (2011)
Due Date (2010)
Conviction (2010)
the switch (2010)
whip it (2009)
catch and release (2007)
grilled (2006)
Friday Night With Jonathan Ross - TV (2006)
My Name Is Earl - TV (2006)
The Darwin Awards (2006)
Lightfield's Home Videos (2006)
Daltry Calhoun (2005)
Aurora Borealis (2005)
My Coolest Years - TV (2004)
Blueberry (2004)
Cold Creek Manor (2003)
Old School (2003)
Enough (2002)
Hysterical Blindness (2002)
My Louisiana Sky (2001)
Room To Rent (2000)
The Other Sister (1999)
The Evening Star (1996)
Strange Days (1995)
Mixed Nuts (1994)
Husbands And Wives (1992)
Christmas Vacation (1989)
Home Fires - TV (1987)

Juliette Lewis has won the following awards...

Blockbuster Entertainment Award - The Evening Star (1996)
Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards - Cape Fear (1992)
Sho West Convention - Female Star of Tomorrow (1993)
Venice Film Festival - Natural Born Killers (1994)





Juliette Lewis in Strange Days (1995).




Lewis in HUSBANDS AND WIVES (1992)


Juliette Lewis in From Dusk 'Til Dawn (1996).