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Zoie Palmer posters


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5' 6" (1.68 m)


Zoie Palmer is an English-Canadian actress, born in Camborne, Cornwall, England, to parents of Irish and British descent. She earned her B.F.A. at York University in Toronto, Canada, in 2001; and has since been featured in a variety of film and television projects, including the critically acclaimed The Reagans (2003) as Patti Reagan and Out of the Ashes (2003) as Didi Goldstein; and starred as Abby in Devil's Perch (2005). Palmer has guest-starred in several television series, such as The CW action drama Nikita (2010) in the episode "Girl's Best Friend" as Anya Vimer; in the HBO Canada comedy Call Me Fitz (2010) episode "Don of Differently Abled" as Laura (2011); and the CTV crime drama The Listener (2009) episode "The Shooting" as Staff Sgt. McCoy (2012). She had a recurring role in the popular CTV music drama Instant Star (2004) as rock singer Patsy Sewer (2006-2007); was a co-lead in the Global drama The Guard (2008) as Carly Greig; and starred as Dr. Lauren Lewis in the groundbreaking Showcase supernatural drama Lost Girl (2010). read more

Zoie plays the main role of The Android in the science fiction series Dark Matter (2015). Film work includes the award winning short Terminal Venus (2003) as Annabelle; horror thriller Devil (2010) as Cheryl; crime thriller Cold Blooded (2012) as officer Frances Jane; comedy Sex After Kids (2013) as Lou; and the fantasy adventure Patch Town (2014) as Bethany. In 2011, Zoie Palmer was nominated for "Outstanding Performance - Female" by ACTRA for her performance as Haley in The Untitled Work of Paul Shepard (2010). She was awarded "Best Actor" for "Terminal Venus" at the 2004 Baja Film Festival (Mexico), and the "Gold Medallion Acting Award for Best Actress in a Feature Film" for "Cold Blooded" by the 2012 BareBones International Film Festival (US). In 2014, Palmer received the "Fan Choice Award for Favourite Canadian Screen Star" by the Canadian Screen Awards.

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