Juliet Cowan
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Juliet Cowan
Juliet Cowan
Born (1974-05-21) 21 May 1974 (age 44)
Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
Occupation Actress
Years active 1993-present
Known for Hank Zipzer as Rosa (2014-)
Television Silent Witness as Claire Kelly - EastEnders as Nina Hewland - Sarah Jane Adventures as Chrissie Jackson - Excluded as Cheryl - Casualty as Rachel Midsummer and Louise Sutton

Juliet Cowan (born 21 May 1974 in Belfast, Northern Ireland) is a British television, film and stage actress. Cowan has had various TV guest star roles in long-running shows such as EastEnders, Silent Witness and Casualty. Cowan has also had a recurring role in CBBC show The Sarah Jane Adventures and This Life.


Cowan's first aired acting role was in the 1993 live performance video Raising Hell,[1] by Iron Maiden, which was broadcast live on pay-per-view television in the United Kingdom and on MTV in North America.[2] She was not credited for this performance, however. Cowan guest-starred in over 20 episodes of The Bill as Julie Saunders, the mother of the boy who accused PC Tony Stamp of sexual assault. She also starred in "The Wench Is Dead", the penultimate episode of the Inspector Morse series, as Joanna Franks, a Victorian woman who is murdered on board a canal boat.

She played recurring characters Nicki in This Life (1997), Carla in Series 7 of The Queen's Nose, air stewardess Polly Arnold in the now defunct Channel 5 soap opera Family Affairs (2001), Tanya in Pulling (2003), and Chrissie Jackson in The Sarah Jane Adventures,[3] making her first appearance in the first episode "Invasion of the Bane" (2007).[4] She was social worker Josie in two episodes of the series Shameless in 2009. In 2006, Cowan appeared in a short film entitled Goodbye to the Normals. It was a promotional video for Robbie Williams, directed by Jim Field Smith and featuring the song "Burslem Normals".

Cowan has also appeared in television adverts for Danone Actimel (2003 to 2004), Nationwide Building Society (2006), Cadbury's (2007), and Cif cleaning products (2008)[5] She was a finalist in the So You Think You're Funny competition at the 1999 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.[6] On 5 March 2009, Cowan guest-starred in Episode 7, "JJ", of the third series of the teen drama Skins. She plays the mother of the character JJ and returned again in the sixth episode of the fourth series to reprise the role. In 2010 she appeared in two episodes of PhoneShop as Lance's wife Shelley, as well as in a Christmas advertisement for Boots; an appearance which has evolved into a more recurring role in subsequent commercials for Boots. Cowan played Sharon Watts's Bridesmaid Nina Hewland in EastEnders on 13-14 August 2012. From September 2012, she acted as Stanley Brown's mother in the CBBC programme The Revolting World of Stanley Brown. In late 2013 Cowan acted as Rosa Zipzer for the new CBBC programme 'Hank Zipzer' along with Henry Winkler Cowan appeared in an episode of Utopia for Channel Four as Bridget in July 2014.

2018 saw her play real-life character Tracey Rogers in Killed by My Debt for the BBC.


  1. ^ Declan Lowney (Director) (1994). Raising Hell. Pinewood Studios, London: PMI. Event occurs at 54:25.
  2. ^ Wall, Mick (2004). Iron Maiden: Run to the Hills, the Authorised Biography (3rd ed.). Sanctuary Publishing. p. 298. ISBN 1-86074-542-3.
  3. ^ Arnop, Jason (17 October 2007, released 19 September 2007). "Doctor Who Magazine" (387): 19. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  4. ^ "Juliet Cowan". Internet Movie Database. 2007. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "Other works for Juliet Cowan". Internet Movie Database. 2007. Retrieved .
  6. ^ "Biography for Juliet Cowan". Internet Movie Database. 2007. Retrieved .

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