Zoe Kazan

Kazan in 2014 Zoe Swicord Kazan (; born September 9, 1983) is an American actress, playwright, and screenwriter. She made her acting debut in the film ''Swordswallowers and Thin Men'' (2003) and later acted in films such as ''The Savages'' (2007), ''Revolutionary Road'' (2008), and ''It's Complicated'' (2009). She starred in ''Happythankyoumoreplease'' (2010), ''Meek's Cutoff'' (2010), ''Ruby Sparks'' (2012), ''What If'' (2013), ''The Big Sick'' (2017), ''The Ballad of Buster Scruggs'' (2018), and ''She Said'' (2022). She also wrote ''Ruby Sparks'' and co-wrote ''Wildlife'' (2018) with her partner Paul Dano.

Kazan made her Broadway debut in the revival of the William Inge play ''Come Back, Little Sheba'' (2008). She has since acted in the Anton Chekov revival of ''The Seagull'' (2008), Martin McDonagh's ''A Behanding in Spokane'' (2010), and the revival of John Patrick Shanley's ''Doubt: A Parable'' (2024). Also a playwright, she wrote ''Absalom'' (2008), ''We Live Here'' (2011), ''Trudy and Max in Love'' (2014), and ''After the Blast'' (2017).

On television, she acted in the HBO miniseries ''Olive Kitteridge'' (2014), for which she was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie. Her other television roles include in the HBO comedy series ''Bored to Death'' (2010), the HBO drama series ''The Deuce'' (2017–2019), the HBO miniseries ''The Plot Against America'' (2020), and the Netflix miniseries ''Clickbait'' (2021). Provided by Wikipedia
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by Britell, Nicholas, 1980-
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by Andrews, Michael, 1967-
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by Burwell, Carter,
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