Juliet Rose Serrato was born in Atlantic City, New Jersey and raised in Scottsdale, Arizona. She went to a Performing Arts High School for Violin/Fiddling, but fell in love with the theatre as a teenager. After high school, she won the Lotta M. Crabtree Theatrical Trust Scholarship and was admitted to the coveted BFA Actor Training Program at California Institute of the Arts. She later moved to Norway to study the plays of Henrik Ibsen and His Contemporaries. Juliet was the first American accepted to the University of Oslo’s Center for Ibsen Studies Graduate Program.
Her experiences in Norway included scholarly research on the “Father of Modern Drama”; Henrik Ibsen, and his contemporaries, playing her fiddle in “seisuns” at local Irish/Norwegian pubs, as well as participating in the International Ibsen Festival in Oslo. In addition to working in film and television, Juliet enjoys writing for stage and screen.