Zoë Simon is a London-based actress and writer. Zoë's theatre roles include Brecht's Danish mistress Ruth Berlau in the UK professional premier of SILENT PARTNERS by Charles Marowitz at The White Bear Theatre (*** - The Guardian), Mia Wallace in the first stage adaptation of Tarantino's PULP FICTION at The Camden Underworld and Rosemary in MEDEA OF DARFUR, a modern take on Euripides' Medea at The Hackney Empire; also Alice Arden in ARDEN OF FAVERSHAM and Evadne in THE MAID'S TRAGEDY both as part of The White Bear Theatre's Lost Classics Project. Zoë wrote and performed HEAD at The Underbelly, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, which was nominated for a Fringe First. Zoë's other plays include SATURDAY NIGHT which was directed by Vicky Jones and nominated for Off West End's Adopt A Playwright Award and shortlisted for a Pearson award.
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