Biography: "Juliette Cummins was born and raised in Long Beach, California and was a member of The Beverly Hills Theatre Group for 4 years and studied at USC Drama School. She was also a U.S. National Gymnast for 14 years. Her theatre credits include Lend Me A Tenor, Play It Again, Sam, The Seagull, Butterflies Are Free, and Nuts.
She has guest-starred on TV shows like Simon & Simon, Murder She Wrote, Whiz Kids, Max Headroom, and New Love, American Style. In 1986, she even appeared on The New Dating Game." - IMDB.com
Update: "In an interview she said that she immensely enjoyed her Friday The 13th experience; that and Slumber Party Massacre II were, in her words, the most fun projects she has ever worked on. In 1989, she got a co-starring role in Click: The Calendar Girl Killer, which also featured Susan Jennifer Sullivan. The producers of the film told the performers' agents that it was a union picture, but when The Screen Actors Guild found out it was actually not a union picture, they called agents and most of them pulled their clients from the film. So Juliette is in the film, but uncredited, and the film was in such trouble and so badly edited that her character is seen alive after her character had been killed in a bathtub! After this incident, Juliette became disillusioned with the low-budget projects and concentrated on commercials and acting workshops." - Thanks to Dave Grubka
Camp Fear (1991)
Click: The Calendar Girl Killer (1990)
Deadly Dreams (1988)
Slumber Party Massacre II (1987)
Psycho III (1986)
Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985)
Running Hot (1984)
Television Guest Appearances
Max Headroom (1987)
Simon & Simon (1985)
Where Is She Now?: Juliette Cummins lives in L.A. and has an active acting career in commercials. She also is teaching acting in the Los Angeles area.