Juanita grew up performing in local theater productions and is currently starring as one of the principal actresses in the new TV series Save My Soul, a modern-day depiction of the Biblical story of Job airing Fall 2017. Juanita is the Executive Producer of Season 2 of Save My Soul and is the creator and Executive Producer of the Legal Talk Show Legal Notion, which is distributed on Facebook Watch Mommy Talk Live Channel. She is the founder and president of PURPOSE Productions, a non-profit that focuses on producing positive media content for women.
While living for 4 years in the UK, she auditioned and signed with an acting agency in London. Juanita made her feature film debut as one of the lead actresses in the film “Residential”, which debuted in 2016 at the British Urban Film Festival (BUFF). She subsequently received the Best Actress nomination at the 2017 BUFF Awards for her work in that film.
While in London Juanita also created the on-line talk show “Inspire” produced by TTA.tv and filmed at Pinewood Studios UK which included segments on Fashion, Current Events, and Legal Issues Effecting Women.
In 2019 she launched PURPOSE Productions as President & Founder and funded her first short film, BXAUTIFUL NIGHTMARX, as Executive Producer.
Starring as the lead in the film, she was recognized by Actors Awards in Los Angeles as a TOP 15 FINALIST for BEST PERFORMANCE OF THE FEST and ultimately awarded BEST ACTRESS with a stellar performance review:
"In BXAUTIFUL NIGHTMARX, Juanita Ingram plays Trina, Derrick's ex-wife. She is determined to get back into Derrick's life, no matter what it takes. Juanita's performance is impressive throughout- she created a rounded character who can be powerful, manipulative and unhinged at the same time. Trina's chemistry with Derrick (wonderfully portrayed by Edward Williams III) is near perfect- both characters help each other keep the tension high from the first scene."
- Actors Awards, Los Angeles
Following that honor, Juanita was also awarded BEST ACTRESS IN AN INDIE FILM by the New York Film Awards and the LA Film Awards and BEST ACTRESS in Georgia Shorts Film Festival for her stellar work in the short film.