Bitsie Tulloch

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Bitsie Tulloch

Character: Juliette Silverton

DOB: January 19th, 1981 – San Diego, California

 

Elizabeth Tullock (known professionaly as Bitsie Tulloch) was born in January 19th, 1981 in San Diego, California. During her childhood, she grew up in Spain, Uruguay, Argentina. She returned to the USA and wen to middle and high school in Bedford, New York. She studied at Harvard University, and graduated magna cum laude with a double-major in English and American Literature, and Visual and Environmental Studies.

Her first acting credit was as R2-D2’s ‘girlfriend’ in R2-D2: Beneath the Dome, a mockumentary produced by George Lucas, which tells the life story of the fictional robot R2-D2 from the Star Wars film series. Later, she co-starred in the award winning The Artist (with Jean Dujardin), plus Lakeview Terrace (opposite Samuel l. Jackson, Kerry Washington, and Patrick Wilson). Recently, she starred in the independent film Caroline and Jackie opposite Marguerite Moreau and David Giuntoli, his future co-star on Grimm; and Parkland, co-starring opposite Paul Giamatti, Billy Bob Thornton, Marcia Gay Harden, Jackie Weaver, Jackie Earle Haley, and Zac Efron, in 2013.

On television, Bitsie Tulloch got her big break with the lead role in Ed Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz’s drama quarterlife, which premiered on NBC in early 2008. Although the series was canceled, she received rave reviews. She also appeared in shows like House, Cold Case, Moonlight, and The West Wing, In 2011, she was cast as Juliette Silverton, the girlfriend of Portland detective Nick Burkhardt on NBC’s Grimm.

 

Fun facts:

Her name “Bitsie” is a homage to her grandfather’s nickname, who she was very close to.

She is of Scottish descent on her father’s side and Spanish descent from her mother’s.

She speaks Spanish.

She has a dog, whose name is Henry. She usually posts photos of him on Twitter.

 

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