Jillaine Gill is an actress, director, producer, and performance artist.
Credits with Junta Juleil Theatricals (of which she is a founding member) include Holy Cuckoos What Has Happened to My Life, Laurie Deacon and the Night Caller, Stage Blood Is Never Enough, and the one woman show Dreams of the Clockmaker. Credits with Rachel Klein Productions include the Sean Gill works Go-Go Killers!, Aenigma, and Our Prison. She has directed and written pieces for Another Urban Riff and Sticky, as well as being a curator of the monthly residency Psycho Space Laboratory at Bowery Poetry Club. Jillaine was featured as Urchin in Dan Eberle’s critically acclaimed film Prayer to a Vengeful God, and co-stars in his upcoming film Cut to Black. She is the leading lady in the Sean Gill films Makin’ a Martini, Mustache Party, the Sleepy-Time Time cycle, Escape from Staten Island, He is Coerced to Look, Highly Confidential, Thursday Night, Crescendo, and Low Lives, most of which have appeared in a myriad of festivals.
Jillaine has studied with Anthony Abeson and is currently studying Committed Impulse with Josh Pais. She appears in ad campaigns worldwide, as well as starring in the recent video “Glowing Mouth” for the band Milagres.