Zoé found her love for performance when she began putting on modern adaptations of Cinderella and making short films in the French countryside. She tried just about every extra-curricular activity, from gymnastics to soccer, but nothing made her quite as happy as acting.
Prior to ACA, Zoé completed a degree in radio journalism, but upon graduating she decided that she would rather work in a competitive field she was actually passionate about. She went on to live in the UK for over a year, where she fell in love with Shakespeare’s words, before moving across the world to Sydney. Determined to hone her acting skills, she got a job selling solar panels which she credits for character inspiration and practising resilience.
While training at ACA, Zoé has been lucky enough to play the following roles Hedda in Hedda Gabler, Queen Margaret in Richard III, Elizabeth Proctor in The Crucible, Juror 11 in Twelve Angry Men, Lorin in A Conversation, Molly Luscombe/Mrs Will Ufton in The Libertine, Molly in The Female of the Species and Chorus in Electra.
Zoé has an affinity for period pieces and film work, both in front of and behind the camera.