Biography

Zoë Yeoman made her professional acting debut at the age of 16 at Kings Hall in Heidelberg, Germany in a production of Godspell. Since then she's worked in every major market across the United States.

A working actor and a member of Actor's Equity • SAG|AFTRA and at times Producer and Director, some of Zoë's favorite roles include Lisa Kron in Well with the Arizona Women's Theatre Company, Ruth Steiner in Donald Margulies’ Collected Stories, Dr. Vivian Bearing in Wit, and as Haley Walker in Theresa Rebeck's Bad Dates.

She originated the role of Margaret in James Riordon’s award winning play, Apollo Redux, and played dual roles in the Washington, D.C. premiere of Emma’s Child, for Horizons' Theater.

On film, Zoë most has appeared in shorts and in feature films, The Five Cent Curve and in All About You, directed by auteur Christine Swanson. Starring roles include Vanessa in Carrots and Onions and K.K.Kettering in the short film, Creole Lady Angelle.

On Television, you’ve seen Zoë in episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims’ Unit, David E. Kelly's The Practice; Strong Medicine, The Drew Carey Show and the ABC Sitcom, Rodney. She earned her Equity card with "the best understudy performance in 20 years" at the Kennedy Center/Eisenhower Theatre in Washington, D.C. during a run of The Magic Fire, produced by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, (directed by Libby Appel). Production and Directing credits include One-Act plays, short films and theatrical productions for AZWTC's Pandora Festival.

Zoë is the athletic type, enjoying every major sport; especially Baseball. She is an avid Golfer and has played courses from the Bay Area to Scottsdale, Arizona to Williamsburg, Virginia. Having learned to Ski in the Austrian Alps, she has skied the Alps of Europe and the Eastern and Western slopes of the United States. An avid collector of antique furniture and 20th Century Modern Art, Zoë has visited most of the major museums and cathedrals of Europe, adding a few more during her recent to Greece, Italy and Turkey.

Her three Standard Poodles, Pale Ale, Porter and Stout, are the lights of her life. Her Shih Tzu, Barley Wine rounds out her beer-named Pups. She drives a 1977 Lincoln Continental Mark V among other things and looks forward to getting her '67 Honda CB-450 back on the road very shortly.

Ms. Yeoman was on the Board of Directors and was very proudly, the first female Membership Chair of the Friars’ Club of California and was a past president of the Arizona Women's Theatre Company.