Juliet Cowan

Last updated 09 January 2020

Juliet Cowan
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Juliet Cowan

Born: Tuesday 21st May 1974 (age: 49)

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Juliet Cowan is an English television, film and stage actress.

She guest-starred in over 20 episodes of The Bill as Julie Saunders, the mother of the boy who accused PC Tony Stamp of sexual assault. She also starred in "The Wench is Dead", the penultimate episode of the Inspector Morse series, playing Joanna Franks, a Victorian woman who is murdered on board a canal boat. She has played recurring characters Nicki inThis Life (1997), Carla in Series 7 of The Queen's Nose, air stewardess Polly Arnold in the now-defunct Channel 5 soap opera Family Affairs (2001), Tanya in Pulling (2003), and Chrissie Jackson in The Sarah Jane Adventures,  making her first appearance in the first episode "Invasion of the Bane" (2007).

She was also social worker Josie in two episodes of the Channel 4 series Shameless in 2009.

In 2006, Cowan appeared in a short film entitled Goodbye to the Normals. It was a promotional video for Robbie Williams, directed by Jim Field Smith and featuring the song "Burslem Normals".

Cowan was a finalist in the So You Think You're Funny competition at the 1999 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

On 5th March 2009, Cowan guest-starred in Episode 7, "JJ", of the third series of the teen drama Skins, playing the mother of the character JJ and returning in the sixth episode of the fourth series to reprise the role.

In 2010 she appeared in two episodes of PhoneShop as Lance's wife Shelley, as well as in a Christmas advert for Boots.

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