Zoe Wanamaker

Zoë Wanamaker is one of the most acclaimed actresses of her generation, with a career that spans both stage and screen.

Zoë can currently be seen on Broadway in Bartlett Sher’s production of Pictures from Home. She most recently filmed Netflix’s Shadow and Bone, CBS The Man Who Fell to Earth, BBC One’s comedy series The Cleaner and Apple TV+ Criminal Record.

She is a four-time Tony Award nominee, and a nine-time Olivier Award nominee, winning the Best Actress Award twice for Electra and Once In A Lifetime.

Zoë Wanamaker’s recent theatre credits include Constellations & Elegy at the Donmar Warehouse, Two Ladies at the Bridge Theatre, a double-bill production of Harlequinade and All On Her Own, Terence Rattigan’s dramatic monologue at the Garrick Theatre, and Stevie at Hampstead Theatre.

Other theatre credits include The Cherry Orchard, Much Ado About Nothing and The Rose Tattoo for the National Theatre, Passion Play (Duke of York’s) and All My Sons (Apollo).

On Broadway Zoë has received Tony Award nominations for her performances in Piaf, Loot, Electra, and Awake and Sing.

Wanamaker’s varied television career includes the much-loved BBC sitcom My Family, along with Poirot and Mr Selfridge.

She received a BAFTA nomination for her role in the film Wilde, with other film credits including Harry Potter, My Week With Marilyn and The Last 10 Days of Hitler.

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👤 📅13 November 2012

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