|Age||18 years old|
|Occupation||High school student|
|First appearance||Lollipop Chainsaw (TBA)|
|Voiced by||Tara Strong|
Juliet Starling is the protagonist of Lollipop Chainsaw. A student and cheerleader at the fictional Californian San Romero High School, she is forced to take action when the institution is inundated with a zombie outbreak on her birthday. The descendant of a long line of zombie hunters, she is well-equipped to handle the situation. Her weapon of choice is a powerful chainsaw, which, combined with her personality and love of cute things, lends the game its name. She is also capable of performing various unarmed combat techniques based on her cheerleading.
- Juliet's favorite colour is pink.
- Juliet's favorite food is strawberry lollipops.
- Juliet's hobbies include cheerleading, karaoke and dismembering zombies.
- Juliet's chainsaw bears a pink heart motif.
- Juliet has a notable habit of swearing frequently during her fights, such as when she referred to a zombie as an "undead douchebag" and later calling another zombie a "fatass."
- Juliet bears some minor similarities to Reiko Himezono from Reiko the Zombie Shop by Rei Mikamoto. Both possess similar hairstyles and temperaments, are of adolescent age, possessed an undead sidekick as a companion (Juliet's undead companion being her boyfriend's severed head and Reiko's undead companions being the serial killing sisters Saki and Midori Yurikawa), have proven to be skilled fighters, and are experienced in dealing with matters concerning the undead as well as coming from bloodlines experienced in dealing with the undead (Juliet being a zombie hunter and Reiko being a necromancer for hire).
- Her boyfriend's severed head Nick is likely a reference to Johnson, who was also a severed head and assisted the protagonist on several occassions. He may also be a reference to Susie Sumner from killer7, who was also a talking severed head who would assist the protagonists.
- Nick is a reference to Kyoko Kazan from Moonlight Syndrome as both helped the protagonist of their games respectively.