Juliet Landau

The daughter of actors Martin Landau and Barbara Bain, Juliet Landau pursued her parents' profession and carved out an acting career of her own. She is probably best known for her role as the villainous vampire Drusilla in the television series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and its spinoff show "Angel". The role proved to be popular with the fans and Landau has often graced them with her presence at numerous Buffy Conventions.
She has also appeared in various feature films throughout her career, the first of those being "Pump Up the Volume". Her most notable role, however, came in 1994, playing the role of Loretta King in Tim Burton's "Ed Wood" sharing the screen with her father, Martin Landau. In 1995, she had a role in "Theodore Rex" as Dr. Veronica Shade. She has also had parts in a number of independent films and in the theater.
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