Zoe Anastassiou is a Greek Australian British theatre/TV/film/voiceover actress living in NYC. She has had a disntiguished career in both theatre and television.
Ms Anastassiou won the Eva Gore-Booth Award for Best Female Performance for her role as Del in Carolyn Gage’s new play “Easter Sunday” at The International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival; she has been directed in “Three Sisters” and “As You Like It” by Eve Best; she performed the role of Hermia in “Midsummer Nights Dream” at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London; she has performed in London’s Old Vic Theatre on a T. S. Eliot exchange; She was also a member of the Old Vic New Voices Program.
She was a founding member of At Play Productions that presented and has performed in its annual Off-Broadway Celebrity 24 Hour Plays; She is also a co-founder of Helluva Theatre Company and performed as Barbara in their inaugural production of “Major Barbara”; She performed in the film “Festival of Lights” that starred Aidan Quinn & Jimi Mistry; She performed in the short film “The Betrothed” starring Gale Howard; She was the voice for DulcoFibre commercials in Australia. Finally, Ms. Anastassiou can be seen in Amazon second season of “Jack Ryan.”
Ms Anastassiou has a double B.A. in Theatre and Psychology from Middlebury College and an MFA in Acting from the original Actors Studio Drama School/The New School for Drama.
Roles: Faith, Congressional Aide Habi, Mina, a Waiter, Becky Vogelson, a News Person, Cop #2, and Lilibet, Wee Sister Number 1 in “What Big Tech Doesn’t Know,” Maddie in “Maddie the 8 year old Entrepreneur”, and a collection of moms, business leaders, waitresses, impatient customers and others. She has been with the audio drama since 2016.