wrote, directed, and stars in Roku series Slip - the first woman in history to have written, directed, and starred in every episode of a season of television
Zoe most recently wrapped on the Ari Aster film, DISAPPOINTMENT BLVD. opposite Joaquin Phoenix. She also starred in HOW IT ENDS, which she also co-wrote and co-directed alongside Daryl Wein. They shot the film, which features an all-star ensemble cast, during quarantine and it premiered virtually at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. Zoe also recently wrote and directed THE CRAFT: LEGACY for Columbia and Blumhouse which is currently streaming. Prior to that, she shot her ABC pilot, WOMAN UP, which she wrote, directed, and executive produced. She wrote, produced, and starred her critically acclaimed directorial debut BAND AID opposite Adam Pally. The film premiered in competition at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival and earned Zoe rave reviews across the board. She also appeared in the HBO Original Film CONFIRMATION directed by Rick Famuyiwa opposite Kerry Washington and Greg Kinnear. Zoe starred opposite Colin Hanks in CBS’ hit comedy LIFE IN PIECES. She wrote, produced, and starred in Fox Searchlight’s LOLA VERSUS as well as IFC Films’ indie comedy BREAKING UPWARDS. Zoe’s film CONSUMED premiered at the LA Film Festival in June 2015.
On Broadway, Zoe also received excellent reviews for THE LITTLE DOG LAUGHED, a role which she originated off Broadway at NY's Second Stage Theater. She also starred in The Roundabout's THE MARRIAGE OF BETTE AND BOO, THE ACCOMPLICES, and in her one-woman show, CODEPENDENCE IS A FOUR LETTER WORD, which she produced, wrote and starred in, and was a NY Times Critics Pick. She was last seen on Broadway in 2012 opposite Jeff Goldblum in the critically acclaimed play, SEMINAR by Theresa Rhebeck.