JULIET TAYLOR (Casting Director) Following her graduation from Smith College in 1967, Juliet Taylor joined the staff of David Merrick, remaining there until the spring of 1968. At that time, she went to work as secretary to Marion Dougherty who was opening a motion picture casting office in New York. In 1973, when Marion Dougherty left casting to produce films, Ms. Taylor ran Marion Dougherty Associates until 1977 when she became Director of East Coast casting for Paramount Pictures. She left that position in 1978 to cast motion pictures independently.
Since that time, Ms. Taylor has worked with some of the leading directors of our time including Mike Nichols, Steven Spielberg, Woody Allen, Martin Scorsese, Louis Malle, Alan Parker, John Schlesinger, Roland Joffe, Stephen Frears, Nora Ephron, Neil Jordan and Martin Brest. Her collaboration with Mr. Allen dates back to her work on "Love and Death" in 1975. Some of her most recent work includes "Schindlers List," "The Birdcage," "Primary Colors," "Meet Joe Black," "Celebrity," "Everyone Says I Love You," and the upcoming films "Angelas Ashes" and "Woody Allen Summer Project 1999."