I have just watched the "Eleven Angry Jurors", a sequel with the CSI, Crime Scene Investigation. One of the jurors was a stripper. The case was described as a high-profile, murder.
US courts explain a juror has to be a United States citizen, at least 18 years of age, reside primarily in the judicial district for one year, be adequately proficient in English to satisfactorily complete the juror qualification form, and have no disqualifying mental or physical condition; he or she also cannot be currently subject to felony charges punishable by imprisonment for more than one year, and he or she must never have been convicted of a felony (unless civil rights have been legally restored).
There would not be mention on potential for social bias. I imagine, a stripper would be biased against a religious spinster, as a Sunday school teacher, and well, a stripper would not be my idea for the law.