Zoe Lister-Jones is best known for her role in CBS sitcom “Life of Pieces”. She is an American actress, director, and producer born on September 1, 1982.
Let’s take a guide through her career and look at her journey as the industry:
Zoe Lister Jones’s journey hasn’t been easy. There have been many twists and turns in her way to success. The actress made her debut on television by appearing in the “Law and Order” series on HBO. She later played different characters in the Special Victims Unit and Criminal Intent. She got a chance to play the lead in “Arranged”, a comedy-drama.
She got a nod for the movie, it was loved by the audience. The journey of Zoe Lister-Jones escalated when she got a chance to play various roles in “Goyband”, “Bored to death”, and the thriller movie “State of play”. She co-wrote and played the lead role in a romantic drama called “Breaking Upwards” in 2009.
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She then played certain small roles which included her role as a therapist in “The Other guy” by Adam McKay and her role in “Salt”, Angelina Jolie’s blockbuster.
She played the role of Kim in 2 seasons of “Delocated”. She again co-wrote and co-starred in “Loca Versus” in 2012, by Greta Gerwig. Zoe Lister-Jones than played major roles. One of them was on NBC’s sitcom Whitney. She moved to CBS sitcom soon after that to be a part of “Friends with Better Lives” along with James Van Der Beek.
Later Lister-Jones opted to play the role of a councilwoman in “New Girl”. In 2015, she decided to join sitcom “Life in Pieces”. She played the role of Lawyer Jen.
The viewers appreciated her character. While continuing with the Life in Pieces, she also played the lead in the movie “Consumed” which she co-wrote with her husband, Daryl Wein. She also directed a comedy show “Band-Aid” in 2017. Life in Pieces came to an end in 2019 after its four seasons.
Zoe Lister-Jones has been doing well and the upcoming show directed by her in a cult 1990’s horror that is inspired by the movie of the same name.
Let us wait for her upcoming work and hope that it will entertain us.