Juliette Lewis was born on June 21, 1973 is an American actress and singer known for her representations of quirky characters, often in films with dark themes. Lewis became an “it girl” of American cinema in the early 1990s, appearing in various independent and author films. His distinctions include a Pasinetti Prize, an Oscar nomination, a Golden Globe nomination and a Primetime Emmy Award nomination.
Daughter of character actor Geoffrey Lewis, Lewis began his television career at the age of 14 before playing the main role of Audrey Griswold in the Christmas holidays of National Lampoon (1989). She then drew international attention for her role in the Martin Forsese remake of Cape Fear (1991), which saw Lewis nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, as well as the Golden Globe in the same category.