Zoe Lister-Jones Biography
Zoe Lister-Jones is an American actress, producer, director and writer who co-starred in the CBS sitcom Life in pieces. She is also known for her work on the television shows Delocated, Whitney, and New Girl.
How old is Zoe Lister-Jones? – Age
The American actress is 38 years old as of 1st September 2020. She was born in 1982 in Brooklyn, New York, United States.
Who are Zoe Lister-Jones Parents? Father and mother
The American actress was born as the daughter to Ardele Lister and Bill Jones. Her mother is the Canadian-born and New York-based video artist, and her father is the American photographer and media artist. Her mother was born to a Jewish family, whereas her father converted to Judaism. Her mother was president of a local conservative egalitarian synagogue that the family attended every Saturday, and she also kept a kosher home.
Zoe Lister-Jones Education
The American actress graduated from Edward R Murrow High School in Brooklyn in 2000. She graduated with honors from the Tisch school of Arts at New York University and studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London. She performed with a rock band.
Is Zoe Lister-Jones in a relationship? – Spouse
Yes, the American actress is in love. She is a married woman. In 2013, she married her acting, writing and production partner Daryl Wein. The pair were not thinking about the most efficient way to jump-start their careers when they decided, back in 2006, to have an open relationship. Less than happy but still in love, the couple, who met as students eight years ago at the Tisch School of the Arts at N.Y.U., were merely searching for a way, in effect, to break up without fully breaking up.
Zoe Lister-Jones Career
The American actress debut solo CD was entitled Skip the Kiss. She, who composed the score for Breaking Upwards, arranged the music for Skip the Kiss. She is a member of The Ladybug Transistor. The actress’ New York city theater credits include Seminar, The Little Dog Laughed and The New Group’s The Accomplices.
The actress screen credits include the political thriller state of play, Salt, The Other Guys, The Marconi Bros., Day Zero, as well as quirky independent films such as Armless, Arranged, and Palladio. On television she has appeared in Law & Order, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Law & Order: SVU, Law & Order: Trial by July, on HBO’s Bored to Death, as Kim on Adult Swim’s Delocated, as Lily in the cast of the NBC sitcom Whitney, as Kate in Friends with Better Lives, as Councilwoman Fawn Moscato in New Girl, as Jen in Life in pieces and as Carolyn Hart in the HBO film confirmation.
In 2004, the actress wrote and performed the one-woman, ten-character show Co-dependence is a Four Letter Word at New York City’s Performance space 122 (P.S.122). She co-starred, co-produced, and co-wrote the independent feature Breaking Upwards, which explores a young New York couple who, battling codependency, strategize their own break up in 2009. The film was shot in New York on a budget of $15,000, and was featured in a New York Times article as an example of sweat equity in the independent-film industry.
The actress also wrote the lyrics and performed many of the tracks of the original motion picture sound track. Breaking Upwards premiered at the SXSW Film Festival in March, 2009. She starred with Sam Rosen in Brady Kiernan’s romantic drama Stuck Between stations (2011) alongside Josh Hartnett and Michael Imperioli.
She starred in the independent feature film Lola Versus (2012), her second project co-written with director Daryl Wein. Distributed by Fox searchlight pictures, Lola Versus opened in theaters Summer 2012.
The actress and Daryl Wein co-wrote consumed (2015), their third feature-length collaboration directed by Wein. The political thriller, which focuses on the world of genetically modified organisms, began filming in May 2014 in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois with Shatterglass Studios. Consumed premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 15, 2015.
In 2017, she made her directorial debut with her indie film Band Aid. In 2019, she was hired by Columbia and Blumhouse to write and direct the sequel of the 1996 film The Craft.
Zoe Lister-Jones Net worth
The American actress has an estimated net worth of around $1 million to $5 million as of 2021.