Juliette Burton is an award-winning comedian and writer.
Juliette has performed four solos shows, When I Grow Up, Look At Me, Decision Time and Butterfly Effect, at the Edinburgh Fringe. She has sold out the runs of her shows for the last three years in Edinburgh and won the Argus Angel Award (Brighton Fringe), Spirit Of The Fringe Award (Bedfringe) and Voice Mag’s Pick Of The Fringe Award (Edinburgh Fringe). She has also performed at Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and New Zealand International Comedy Festival.
Juliette’s credits include The One Show (BBC One), This Morning (ITV), BBC At The Edinburgh Festivals (BBC iPlayer), How Hacks Work (Viasat Explore), Today (BBC Radio 4) and Afternoon Edition (BBC Radio 5 Live).
As a writer, Juliette has contributed to Cosmopolitan, The Huffington Post, The iPaper and the BBC News website amongst others. Juliette studied journalism at the London College of Journalism and worked at the BBC as a broadcast journalist. She was also an in-house writer at IPC Media (now Time Inc UK), Archant and the Telegraph Media Group. Juliette is studying for the Diploma in Writing & Producing Comedy at the National Film & Television School.
Juliette is an ambassador for Rethink Mental Illness.
Television & Radio credits
" Burton's got huge talent and then some! "
" A force to be reckoned with...educational and hilarious "
" Intelligent, emotional, liberating "