CAST
Det. Nick Burkhardt
Lt. Hank Griffin
Eve/Juliette Silverton
Sgt. Wu
Captain Renard
Rosalee Calvert
Adalind Schade

Bitsie Tulloch

Eve/Juliette Silverton

Bitsie Tulloch stars on NBC's acclaimed drama series "Grimm" as Eve (and formerly Juliette), a powerful and mysterious woman working for Hadrian's Wall, the covert government organization tasked with stopping the Wesen uprising.

Tulloch had three features slated for release in 2015: "Concussion," opposite Will Smith; "Chronic," a drama about a hospice nurse, opposite Tim Roth; and the independent feature "Dead Draw," about a heist gone wrong, opposite Gil Bellows.

She was last seen on the big screen opposite Academy Award nominees Paul Giamatti and Billy Bob Thornton in the Tom Hanks-produced feature film "Parkland." Tulloch co-starred in the Academy Award-winning silent film "The Artist," with Jean Dujardin, and was nominated for a Critics Choice Award for best ensemble cast. She also starred in and co-produced the family drama "Caroline and Jackie," opposite David Giuntoli and Marguerite Moreau.

Additional film credits include Neil LaBute's "Lakeview Terrace," with Samuel L. Jackson, Kerry Washington and Patrick Wilson; "Uncross the Stars," with Barbara Hershey and Ron Perlman; and the romantic comedy "Losing Control." She voiced one of the characters in the animated feature "Alpha and Omega."

Tulloch previously starred on Ed Zwick's NBC drama series "quarterlife." First made as an Internet series, "quarterlife" explored the lives of six creative twentysomethings trying to find their way in the world. Tulloch led the cast as a journalist who perplexes friends with her revelatory video blog. Additional television credits include a recurring role on "Outlaw" and guest-starring roles on "House M.D.," "The West Wing," "Cold Case" and "Moonlight." She also had a recurring role on the online serial "lonelygirl15."

Tulloch's theater credits include performances of "Oleanna," "Hamlet" and "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?," as well as the Pico Playhouse production of "Quarterlife," a performance that garnered her an LA Weekly Theater Award nomination.

Born in San Diego, Tulloch spent her formative years living overseas in Spain, Uruguay and Argentina, until she moved to New York. She attended Harvard University and graduated magna cum laude with a double major in literature and fine arts.

Tulloch is an active participant and celebrity representative for the Corazon de Vida Foundation, through which she fundraises and visits orphanages in Tijuana.