Photos with Zoe Winters
Zoë Winters grew up in Santa Cruz, California. She moved East to attend SUNY Purchase College Conservatory of Acting where she received her BFA and was granted the Dean's Award for Acting. A prolific stage actress Ms. Winters created the role of "Bec" in Amy Herzog's award winning play 4000 MILES at Lincoln Center. The New York Times called Ms. Winters "excellent"; The New York Post said she was "pitch perfect"; and Time Out described her "beautifully realized turns". Recently Ms. Read more... of AN OCTOROON at Soho Rep and NYTW's production of Caryl Churchill's LOVE AND INFORMATION at The Minetta Lane, for which she received rave reviews. Time Out declared "Winters...is one to watch out for - zesty, zany and vibrant, she completely reinvents herself with each new character. Give that gal a romantic comedy or an old-fashioned farce." Other New York performances include the New York Times Critics' pick HATER at the Ohio Theatre; LOVE SONG at 59E59 Theaters; and a self-written one woman show SWIMMING LEGS. Ms. Winters has worked at some of the Country's top regional theatres including Westport Country Playhouse, The Old Globe, Baltimore Center Stage, Alliance Theatre, Paper Mill Playhouse and Seattle Rep. TV audiences will recognize Ms. Winters from her roles on ELEMENTARY, LAW & ORDER, GOSSIP GIRL, ARMY WIVES and UGLY BETTY. Her film credits include the indie films GRAY DOG, IN THE FAMILY and UNDER. She has received a Bay Area Critics Circle nomination and The Seattle Times' Footlight Award for Outstanding Acting.