Juliet Cadzow

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Juliet Cadzow is an acclaimed actor and Cultural Fellow of GCU. She spent her childhood on the island of Luing, where she and her husband, the late David MacLennan, also married. David is an honorary GCU Graduate and a MA TV scholarship is named in his honour. The theatre is her second home; she started out in Billy Connolly’s The Great Northern Welly Boot Show, thereafter, she went on to have seasons at the Dundee Repertory Theatre; The Young Vic; and Citizen's Theatre, just to name a few. Juliet is also well known for her film and TV work, fans of the cult classic children’s TV show Balamory will recognise her as Edie Mcredie. Her extensive onscreen credits include Taggart, Still Game, River City, Casualty, Coronation Street, and The Bill. Her knowledge and experience of the TV industry has proved invaluable to students on the MA TV course.

"I have had such pleasure as an actress to work with the MATV students on script writing. The enthusiasm, inventiveness and sheer joy in what they are creating and learning comes down to Prof Ann Marie de Mambro and Chris Dolan, whose enthusiasm and care for the students is infectious."
Juliet Cadzow, Actress and GCU Cultural Fellow