Juliet Doherty is an American actress and dancer.
She is best known for her leading roles in High Strung: Free Dance and Driven to Dance on Netflix. Juliet is a two time gold medalist of the Youth America Grand Prix International Finals, and has been a featured artist at the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, and Radio City Music Hall. The New Mexico native was initially trained by her mother at Fishback Studio of the Dance, and continued her classical training at the San Francisco Ballet School. She originated the role of “Ondine” in Marie, directed by Susan Stroman and recently appeared in the role of “Lise” in the Tony award winning musical An American in Paris. Additional accolades include prizes from the National Society of Arts & Letters, and the Beijing International Ballet Competition.
At the age of 15, Juliet became one of the youngest TEDx speakers. She spoke about empowering young artists and people alike to achieve their dreams through mindful practice. Juliet teaches worldwide for pre-professional academies, companies and prominent universities.