Juliet Cadzow

home-cadzow‌Juliet Cadzow, our most recently appointed Cultural Fellow, is an acclaimed actor, who has worked across different genres, mixing classical work with comedy and children’s television, pantomime and the stage.

Juliet's Theatre career started with Billy Connolly in The Great Northern Welly Boot Show, thereafter, she went on to have seasons at the Dundee Repertory Theatre; The Traverse; The Lyceum; Salisbury; Watford; Wildcat; 7.84; Borderline Theatre; The Young Vic; and Citizen's Theatre.  

Well known as Edie McCredie in Balamory, one of Scotland’s most successful children’s television programmes, which ran between 2002-2005, Juliet’s extensive onscreen credits include Taggart;  Scotch and WryRab C. Nesbitt; Still Game; River City; Casualty; Coronation Street; and The Bill.

Juliet's film career includes roles in Heavenly Pursuits; The Duna Bull; The Big Man; The Wicker Man; Wonderland; The Stone of Destiny; Romance; and The Last Word with Ewan McGregor. Her performance in Thicker Than Water earned Juliet a BAFTA nomination for best actress.

Juliet is the wife of the late David MacLennan, Honorary GCU Graduate and co-founder of groundbreaking stage companies 7:84 and the Wildcat Theatre Company in the 1970s, and the founder-producer of Glasgow’s A Play, A Pie And A Pint at Òran Mór. The University recently announced the David MacLennan Scholarship for Creative Writing in honour of his commitment and support of the MA TV Fiction Writing programme.