Check out some interesting and quirky things Zoe has said about her role in a movie or about her life.
We can change the world.
It’s an easy dis when people don’t want to like me and want to say that I’m a brat. You have people who only want to be your friend because of that, or you have those who say, ‘Oh, Zoe thinks she is so cool cause her dad is…’
I do get asked that a lot. My favorite is my anchor. I also have my brother and sister’s name, my parent’s initials, some feathers and arrows and the word Mama from a letter my mother wrote to me.
I’m pretty much a thrift shop gal. Flea markets on Sundays. There’s The Annex on 26th Street and Hell’s Kitchen on 39th Street. Alexander Wang is my favorite and my best friend and then Trash & Vaudeville on Saint Marks Place.
I do focus my energy on music but it’s just the way that the industry works, I kind of have to take what I can get when it comes to acting and show up so they’ll hire me. And music I get to do when I have time. It’s not that I focus less, it’s just the way it works.
I never really thought of them as separate things, just as the things that I love to do. I always loved theater; I always loved musicals; I always loved music. It was just a natural progression of things.
Any live performance, whether it’s in a play or with the Citizens Band, a political cabaret group that I sometimes sing with. I get so nervous before I go onstage—beyond butterflies!
When I turned 11, my dad decorated a room at the Standard hotel in Los Angeles in a ’60s, Austin Powers style. There was human bowling: You run inside a giant inflatable ball and try to knock down pins. To this day, adults say it was one of the craziest parties they’ve ever been to.