ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ#

/*

Wanamaker, Zoë Biography




biography of Wanamaker, Zoë

13 May 1949, New York, USA
5' 3 1/2"


-   'Gawn Grainger' (qv) (November 1994 - present)


-   She has a unique buttoned nose


-   Daughter of 'Sam Wanamaker' (qv) and 'Charlotte Holland (I)' (qv)

-   Zoë became a British Citizen in 2000 so she could receive a CBE at Buckingham Palace rather than, as a US citizen, receive her decoration from the foreign secretary.

-   She was awarded the 1998 'Laurence Olivier' (qv) Theatre Award for Best Actress of the 1997 season for her performance in "Electra", at the Donmar Warehouse.

-   She was nominated for a 2002 'Laurence Olivier' (qv) Theatre Award for Best Actress of 2001 for her performance in "Boston Marriage", performed at the Donmar Warehouse and at the New Ambassador's Theatres, London.

-   She was born in New York but grew up in England after her father was blacklisted during the McCarthy HUAC hearings.

-   She was awarded the 1984 London Critics Circle Award (Drama Theatre Award) for best supporting actress in Mother Courage.

-   Has dyslexia.

-   Has been nominated for Tony Awards three times: as best actress (featured role - play), in 1981 for Piaf, and in 1986 for a revival of 'Joe Orton (I)' (qv)'s Loot; and as best actress (play) in 1999 for portraying the title character in Electra.

-   She was awarded the 2006 New York City Drama Desk Award for outstanding ensemble performance for the Belasco Theatre production of Awake and Sing!.

-   She was nominated for a 1999 New York City Drama Desk Award for outstanding actress for her performance in Electra.

-   She was nominated for a 1981 New York City Drama Desk Award for featured actress for her performance in Piaf.

-   She was nominated for a 1986 New York City Drama Desk Award for featured actress for her performance in a revival of 'Joe Orton (I)' (qv)'s Loot.

-   Received a Tony Award nomination in 2006 for best performance by a featured actress in a play for Awake and Sing!.

-   She was awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2001 Queen's New Years Honours List for her services to drama. She was honorary because she was still an American citizen.

-   She was awarded 'Best Actress' in 2010 for 'All My Sons' from WhatsOnStage.com.


-   Her credits at London's Donmar Warehouse Theatre include: Amanda in "The Glass Menagerie" by 'Tennessee Williams' (qv) (1665, also West End), the title role in Sophocles' "Electra" (1997, also Chichester, Princeton & NYC), and Anna in "Boston Marriage" by 'David Mamet' (qv) (2001, also West End).

-   She appeared as the Chorus in the first production of the new Globe Theatre, Shakespeare's "Henry V". The rebuilding of the Globe was a longtime dream of her father's that he never lived to see completed.

-   TV commercial for 2004 showing of "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" on the BBC.

-   UK television commercial for Marks & Spencer's Christmas range [2003].

-   Played Bessie Berger in "Awake and Sing!" by 'Clifford Odets' (qv) - Belasco Theatre, New York City, New York, USA (April 2006).

-   Her National Theatre credits include: Beatrice in Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" (2007), Serafina in "The Rose Tattoo" by 'Tennessee Williams' (qv) (March-June 2007), Hildy in "His Girl Friday" based on "The Front Page" by 'Ben Hecht (I)' (qv) and 'Charles MacArthur' (qv) and _His Girl Friday (1940)_ (qv) (2003), "Battle Royal" a new play by Nick Stafford (1999), Elizabeth Proctor in "The Crucible" by 'Arthur Miller (I)' (qv) (1990), Paula in "Mrs Klein" by 'Nicholas Wright (III)' (qv) (1988, also West End), Sophia in "The Bay at Nice" and Grace in "Wrecked Eggs" a double bill of new plays 'David Hare (I)' (qv) (1986), and Gwendoline in "The Importance of Being Earnest" by 'Oscar Wilde' (qv) (1982).

-   Radio play: "Mrs. Boston", first broadcast on BBC Radio 4 FM on 24th May, 2005.

-   (2007) Provided the voice over in the advert for missing, four-year-old Madeline McCann.

-   Played Bellinda in Vanbrugh's "The Provok'd Wife" - Palace Theatre, Watford (1973).

-   Her credits with Cambridge Theatre Company include: Goldsmith's "She Stoops To Conquer" and Viola in Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" (1974) - UK tour.

-   Appeared in "Fears and Miseries of the Third Reich" by 'Bertolt Brecht' (qv) - Oxford Playhouse (1974).

-   Played Kate in Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew" - Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, London (1975).

-   Her credits at Nottingham Playhouse include: Lucy/ Mrs Vixen in Gay's "The Beggar's Opera", Eva in Heinrich Von Kloist's "Jug", Stella in "A Streetcar Named Desire" by 'Tennessee Williams' (qv), and Clara in "The Widowing of Mrs Holyrood" by 'D.H. Lawrence' (qv) (1975).

-   Played Fay in "Loot" by 'Joe Orton (I)' (qv) - Manhatten Theater Club/ Music Box Theater, NYC (1986).

-   Her Royal Shakespeare Company credits include: Emilia in "Othello" (1989, filed as _"Theatre Night" (1985) {Othello (#5.1)}_ (qv)), Katrin in "Mother Courage and Her Children" by 'Bertolt Brecht' (qv) (1984), Viola in "Twelfth Night", Kitty in "The Time of Your Life" by 'William Saroyan' (qv), Adriana in "The Comedy of Errors" (1983), May in "Once In A Lifetime" by 'George S. Kaufman' (qv) and 'Moss Hart' (qv) (1979), Toine in "Piaf" a new play by 'Pam Gems' (qv) (also New York), Gemma in "Captain Swing" a new play by Peter Whelan, Bianca in "The Taming of the Shrew" (all 1978), Jane in O'Keeffe's "Wild Oats", Babakina in Chekhov's "Ivanov", and Essie in Shaw's "The Devil's Disciple" (all 1976),

-   Played Patricia in the UK premiere of "The Last Yankee" by 'Arthur Miller (I)' (qv) - Young Vic Theatre, London (1993).

-   Played Eleanor in "Dead Funny", a new play by 'Terry Johnson (I)' (qv) - Hampstead Theatre/ Vaudeville Theatre, London (1994).

-   Played the title role in the UK premiere of "Sylvia" by 'AR Gurney' - Apollo Theatre, London (1996).

-   Played Jolly in the UK premiere of "The Old Neighbourhood" by 'David Mamet' (qv) - Royal Court Theare, London (1998).

-   (1981) She acted in Pam Gem's play, "Piaf," at the Plymouth Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Jane Lapotaire in the cast.

-   (2008) She is the voice of HSBC Banks in television commercials.

-   (1993) She acted in Arthur Miller's play, "The Last Yankee," at the Young Vic Theatre in London, England with Helen Burns, Peter Davison, and David Healy in the cast.

-   (1976) She acted in John O'Keefe's play, "Wild Oats," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Alan Howard, Lisa Harrow, Simon Jones, Norman Rodway, Jeremy Irons, Joe Melia, Ben Cross, and Eve Pearce in the cast. Clifford Williams was director.

-   (1976) She acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "Ivanov," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with John Wood, Bob Hoskins, Estelle Kohler, Mia Farrow, and Kenneth Cranham in the cast. David Jones was director.

-   (1976) She acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "The Devil's Disciple," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Tom Conti and John Wood in the cast. Jack Gold was director.

-   (1977) She acted in John O'Keefe's play, "Wild Oats," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Lewis Fiander, Norman Rodway, Lisa Harrow, Joe Melia, and Jeremy Irons in the cast. Clifford Williams was director.

-   (1978) She acted in Pam Gems' play, "Piaf," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at The Other Place Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Jane Lapotaire, Darlene Johnson, Carmen Du Sautoy, and Ian Charleson in the cast. Howard Davies was director.

-   (1979) She acted Pam Gems' play, "Piaf," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Royal Shakespeare Company Warehouse Theatre in London, England with Jane Lapotaire and Ian Charleson in the cast. Howard Davies was director.

-   (1979) She acted in John O'Keefe's play, "Wild Oats," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Alan Howard, Norman Rodway, Sinead Cusack, Ruby Wax, Malcolm Storry, John Nettles, and Eve Pearce in the cast. Clifford Williams was director.

-   (1979) She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Taming of the Shrew," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Jonathan Pryce, Paola Dionisotti, David Suchet, Ian Charleson, JUliet Stevenson, and Ruby Wax in the cast. Michael Bogdanov was director.

-   (1979) She acted in Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's play, "Once in a Lifetime," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Richard Griffiths, Peter McEnery, John Nettles, Juliet Stevenson, David Suchet, and Ian Charleson in the cast. Trevor Nunn was director.

-   (August 1980) She acted in Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's play, "Once in a Lifetime," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Richard Griffiths, Paul Greenwood, and Geoffrey Freshwater in the cast. Trevor Nunn was director.

-   (May 1980) She acted in Pam Gems' play, "Piaf," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Jane Lapotaire, Hilton McRae, and Paul Greenwood in the cast. Howard Davies was director.

-   (February 1980) She acted in Pam Gems' play, "Piaf," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Wyndham's Theatre in London, England with Jane Lapotaire, Ian Charleson, Anthony Higgins, and Malcolm Storry in the cast. Howard Davies was director.

-   (1983) She acted in William Saroyan's play, "The Time of Your Life," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at The Other Place Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with John Thaw, Daniel Massey, and Henry Goodman in the cast. Howard Davies was director.

-   (1983) She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Twelfth Night," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with John Thaw, Daniel Massey, and Emrys James in the cast. John Caird was director.

-   (1983) She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Comedy of Errors," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England and at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with Paul Greenwood, Peter McEnery, Richard O'Callaghan, and Henry Goodman in the cast. Adrian Noble was director.

-   (1984) She acted in Bertolt Brecht's play, "Mother Courage and Her Children," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with Judi Dench, Miles Anderson and Paul Greenwood in the cast. Howard Davies was director.

-   (1984) She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Comedy of Errors," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with Paul Greenwood, Peter McEnery, Richard O'Callaghan, Henry Goodman, Jane Booker, and Sheila Ballantine in the cast. Adrian Noble was director.

-   (1997) She acted in Frank McGuinness' adaptation of Sophocles' play, "Elektra," in a Chichester Festival Production at the Minerva Studio Theatre in Chichester, West Sussex, England with Orla Charlton, Marjorie Yates, Andrew Howard, Raad Rawi, Rudolph Walker, and Martin McKellan in the cast. David Leveaux was director.

-   (1974) She acted in Jerome Kern's musical, "Kiss Me, Kate," at the Oxford Playhouse in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England with Amy Nissen, Jim Smilie, Veronica Clifford, Colin Bennett, Neil McCaul, and Geoffrey Hutchings in the cast.

-   (July 1982-September 1982) She acted in the British National Theatre Season Repertoire at the Cottesloe, Lyttelton, and Olivier Theatre in London, England in Georg Buchner's play, "Danton's Death;" Moliere's play, "Don Juan;" Frank Loesser's musical, "Guys and Dolls;" Anton Chekhov's play, "Uncle Vanya;" Arthur Wing Pinero's play, "The Second Mrs. Tanqueray;" Tom Stoppard and Johann Nestroy's play, "On The Razzle;" John Gay's play, "The Beggar's Opera;" Heinrich Von Kleist's play, "The Prince of Homberg;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Way Upstream;" Bertolt Brecht's plays, "The Caucasian Chalk Circle," and "Schweyk In the Second World War;" Miguel De Cervantas's play, "Don Quixote;" Oscar Wilde's play, "The Importance of Being Earnest;" and Thomas Kyd's play, "The Spanish Tragedy:" with Michael Bryant, Ian Charleson, Julie Covington, Brian Cox, Judi Dench, J.G. Devlin, Edna Dore, Lindsay Duncan, Susan Fleetwood, Brian Glover, Nigel Havers, Tony Haygarth, Anthony Head, Greg Hicks, Bob Hoskins, Harold Innocent, Martin Jarvis, Paul Jones, Felicity Kendal, Dinsdale Landen, Patti Love, Cherie Lunghi, Alfred Lynch, Anna Massey, Julia McKenzie, John Normington, Bill Paterson, Paul Rogers, Paul Scofield, Nicholas Selby, Jack Shepherd, Imelda Staunton, June Watson, and Janet Whiteside in the cast.

-   (February 1983 to March 1983; July 1983 to September 1983) She acted in the British National Theatre Season Repertoire at the Cottesloe, Lyttelton, and Olivier Theatres in London, England in Frank Leosser's musical, "Guys and Dolls;" John Gay's play, "The Beggar's Opera;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Way Upstream;" Bertolt Brecht and Eisler's play, "Schweyk In the Second World War;" Oscar Wilde's play, "The Importance of Being Earnest;" Thomas Kyd's play, "The Spanish Tragedy;" David Hare's play, "A Map Of the World;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "Major Barbara;" Peter Gill's plays, "A Kick for Touch," and "Small Change;" William Shakespeare's play, "A Midsummer's Night Dream;" Harold Pinter's play, "Other Places;" Alfred Du Musset's play, "Lorenzaccio;" Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The Rivals;" Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's play, "You Can't Take It With You;" Jean Giradoux's play, "The Trojan War Will Not Take Place;" John Marston and David A. Blostein's play, "The Fawn;" plays, "One Woman Plays;" Christopher Hampton's play, "Tales from Hollywood;" and David Mamet's play, "Glengarry Glen Ross;" with Clive Arrindell, Norman Beaton, Michael Bryant, Yvonne Bryceland, Kenneth Cranham, Annette Crosbie, Edward De Souza, Judi Dench, J.G. Devlin, Jane Downs, Susan Fleetwood, Barry Foster, Michael Gambon, Brian Glover, Stefan Gryff, Nigel Havers, Patricia Hayes, Tony Haygarth, James Hazeldine, Greg Hicks, Ronald Hines, Michael Hordern, Martin Jarvis, Karl Johnson, Paul Jones, Jane Lapotaire, James Laurenson, Patti Love, Brewster Mason, Anna Massey, Geraldine McEwan, Julia McKenzie, Bill Nighy, John Normington, Nicola Pagett, Bill Paterson, Trevor Peacock, Edward Petherbridge, Sian Philips, Diana Quick, Ralph Richardson, Paul Rogers, Patrick Ryecart, Paul Scofield, Roshan Seth, Fiona Shaw, Jack Shepherd, Belinda Sinclair, Imelda Staunton, Maggie Steed, June Watson, Billie Whitelaw, Penelope Wilton, and David Yelland in the cast.

-   (January-February 1986, June 1986, October-December 1986) She acted in the British National Theatre Repertoire Season at the Cottesloe Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Olivier Theatre in London, England in Peter Shaffer's play, "Yonadab;" Tom Stoppard's plays, "The Real Inspector Hound," and "Dalliance;" Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The Critic;" Alan Ayckbourn's plays, "A Chorus of Disapproval," and "Tons of Money;" Howard Brenton's play, "Pravda;" Neil Simon's play, "Brighton Beach Memoirs;" William Congreve's play, "Love for Love;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "Mrs Warren's Profession;" John Webster's play, "The Duchess of Malfi,;" Charlotte Chandler's play, "Not About Heroes;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Hamlet," and "King Lear;" Athol Fugard's play, "The Road to Mecca;" Anton Chekhov's play, "The Cherry Orchard;" Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's play, "The Threepenny Opera;" Sarah Daniels's play, "Neaptide;" play, "Futurists;" David Wood's play, "The Pied Piper;" Richard Peaslee's play, "Animal Farm;" Franz Werfel's play, "Jacobowsky and The Colonel;" Arthur Wing Pinero's play, "The Magistrate;" David Hare's play, "The Bay At Nice;" Arthur Miller's play, "The American Clock;" Stephen Poliakoff's play, "Coming In To Land;" and Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz's play, "The Mother;" with Robin Bailey, Desmond Barrit, Alan Bates, Suzanne Bertish, Brenda Blethyn, Eleanor Bron, Michael Bryant, Yvonne Bryceland, Selina Cadell, Simon Cadell, David Calder, Charlotte Cornwell, Gemma Craven, Tim Curry, Daniel Day Lewis, Frances De La Tour, Sally Dexter, Russell Dixon, Simon Dutton, Julian Fellowes, Alison Fiske, Michael Gambon, Robert Glenister, Sheila Hancock, Nigel Hawthorne, Anthony Head, Greg Hicks, Clare Higgins, Anthony Hopkins, Kelly Hunter, Geoffrey Hutchings, Jonathan Hyde, Barry Ingham, Sara Kestelman, Roy Kinnear, Leigh Lawson, Nicholas Le Prevost, Nigel Le Vaillant, Hugh Lloyd, Stephen Mackintosh, Anna Massey, Tim McInnery, Ian McKellen, Claire Moore, Stephen Moore, Wendy Morgan, Bill Nighy, Bob Peck, Edward Petherbridge, Joan Plowright, Amanda Redman, Moira Redmond, Jack Shepherd, Michael Simkins, Maggie Smith, Imelda Staunton, Patrick Stewart, Ken Stott, Marcia Warren, Jane Wenham, and Irene Worth in the cast.

-   (January 1988 to June 1988; August 1988 to December 1988) She acted in the British National Theatre Repertoire Season at the Cottesloe Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Olivier Theatre in London, England in John Ford's play, "'Tis A Pity She's A Whore;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "A Small Family Business;" Athol Fugard's play, "A Place with the Pigs;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Antony and Cleopatra," "Cymbeline," "The Tempest," and "The Winter's Tale;" Ben Jonson's play, "Bartholomew Fair;" Tennessee Williams's play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof;" play, "Countrymania;" A.R. Gurney's play, "Entertaining Strangers;" David Hare's plays, "Fanshen," and "Secret Rapture;" Brian Friel's plays, "Fathers and Sons," and "Making History;" Lope De Vega's play, "Fuente Ovejuna;" Adrian Mitchell's play, "Love Songs of World War III;" Harold Pinter's play, "Mountain Language;" Nicholas Wright's play, "Mrs Klein;" Arnold Wesker's play, "Roots;" Caroline Chapmans' play, "Russell of the Times;" Alan Bennett's play, "Single Spies;" Thomas Middleton's play, "The Changeling;" August Strindberg and John Osborne's play, "The Father;" the play, "The Magic Olypmical Games;" David Wood's play, "The Pied Piper;" the play, "The Shaughraum;" Nick Ward's play, "The Strangeness of Others;" Nick Darke's play, "Ting Tang Mine;" and Samuel Beckett's play, "Waiting for Godot;" with Polly Adams, John Alderton, Francesca Annis, Eileen Atkins, Robin Bailey, Jill Baker, David Bamber, Jim Barclay, Gillian Barge, Alan Bennett, Richard Bonneville, Jim Broadbent, Michael Bryant, David Burke, Simon Callow, Ian Charleson, Garry Cooper, Jonathan Cullen, Judi Dench, Sally Dexter, Paola Dionisotti, Russell Dixon, Lindsay Duncan, Nick Dunning, Robert Eddison, Ralph Fiennes, Susan Fleetwood, Mick Ford, Clive Francis, Michael Gambon, Henry Goodman, Rupert Graves, George Harris, Tony Haygarth, Guy Henry, Anthony Hopkins, Colin Jeavons, Barbara Jefford, Paul Jesson, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Mark Lockyer, Steven Mackintosh, Maggie McCarthy, Alec McCowen, Sylvester McCoy, Sarah Miles, Stephen Moore, Richard Pasco, Tim Pigott-Smith, Eric Porter, Stephen Rea, Moira Redmond, Miranda Richardson, Anton Rodgers, Mark Rylance, Leslie Sands, Prunella Scales, Paul Shelley, Kate Spiro, Alison Steadman, Ken Stott, Sian Thomas, Niall Tobin, Bridget Turner, Philip Voss, Julian Wadham, John Wells, Penelope Wilton and Peter Woodward in the cast.

-   (1988) She acted in Nicholas Wright's play, "Mrs. Klein," in a British National Theatre production at the Apollo Theatre in London, England with Gillian Barge and Francesca Annis in the cast. Peter Gill was director.


-   I don't have the confidence to be a personality.

-   Although actually American - "When in America I feel British, and proud of it!"

-   On not having children: "And children? 'I don't have any regrets about not having had children. What's the point? It's just something else to beat yourself up over."

-   I did a _"Who Do You Think You Are?" (2004)_ (qv) last year and I was taken to see the FBI files in Washington. Daddy's file, full of bits blanked out, is that thick! I discovered that he must have been tipped off in 1951 that he was going to be subpoenaed by McCarthy's committee, so he took a film job in England, and we came over, Mummy and my elder sister and I, on the Queen Mary.

-   One thing we did discuss, before he [father 'Sam Wanamaker' (qv)] died, was whether I should take over the Globe. And we agreed 190 per cent that it was not my thing. I don't want to be a director, or to have responsibility for hundreds of people. So that was a relief.

-   ['Arthur Miller (I)' (qv)'s "All My Sons"] starts quietly, and then just builds. It's just genius writing. You can turn this play on a sixpence! There's so much guilt in it, it's quite Greek - Man or god makes a mistake and it keeps coming back to haunt us.

-   It's wonderful that a show that's so normal could go on for so long. It's not cutting-edge, but it has still struck a chord, because everyone can sit down and watch it without being offended. It's gentle, warm and loving. (On _"My Family" (2000)_ (qv))

-   Learning the scripts is agony. 'Robert Lindsay (II)' (qv) is very fast. He seems to have a genuinely photographic memory, which is very irritating!


-   "The Times" (UK), 11 May 2010, by: Valerie Grove, "Zoë Wanamaker is put through the Miller"

-   "The Telegraph" (UK), 14 December 2007, by: Jasper Rees, "Much Ado About Nothing: 'We didn't sleep together, did we?'"

-   "The Telegraph" (UK), 30 March 2007, by: Jasper Rees, "Why my face doesn't always fit"

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 4 March 2006, Vol. 328, Iss. 4274, pg. 6-8, "Behind the scenes: My Family"

-   "Interview" (USA), April 1999, by: John Heilpern, "Zoe Wanamaker - British stage actor - Interview"

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 28 May 1994, pg. 30-32, by: Andrew Duncan, "'I don't have the confidence to be a personality'"

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 4 January 1992, pg. 8, "What I Watch"


-   "Radio Times" (UK), 11 March 1995, Vol. 284, Iss. 3712, pg. 6, "Spotlight: Zoe Wanamaker"

All Pictures

Pictures of Wanamaker, Zoë not found
Images Search Powered By Google

Watch Online Related Videos


Wanamaker, Zoë Videos

Acting in movies

  1. Muse of Fire: A Documentary (2013)
  2. "Agatha Christie's Poirot" (1989) {Dead Man's Folly (#13.4)}
  3. "Agatha Christie's Poirot" (1989) {Elephants Can Remember (#13.1)}
  4. Clinton (2012) (TV)
  5. Pensioners Behind Bars (2012) (TV)
  6. "Mark Lawson Talks to..." (2003) {Zoë Wanamaker}
  7. "Mary's Bottom Line" (2012) {(#1.1)}
  8. "Mary's Bottom Line" (2012) {(#1.2)}
  9. "Mary's Bottom Line" (2012) {(#1.3)}
  10. "Playhouse Presents" (2012) {The Man (#1.9)}
  11. My Week with Marilyn (2011)
  12. The John Craven Years (2011) (TV)
  13. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2011-06-17)}
  14. "My Family" (2000) {'booked (#11.7)}
  15. "My Family" (2000) {A Decent Proposal (#11.8)}
  16. "My Family" (2000) {A Night Out (#11.11)}
  17. "My Family" (2000) {Accusin' Susan (#11.3)}
  18. "My Family" (2000) {Darts all, Folks (#11.9)}
  19. "My Family" (2000) {Germs of Endearment (#11.4)}
  20. "My Family" (2000) {Harper V Harper (#11.5)}
  21. "My Family" (2000) {Janey's Choice (#11.1)}
  22. "My Family" (2000) {Labour Pains (#11.2)}
  23. "My Family" (2000) {Relationship Happens (#11.6)}
  24. "My Family" (2000) {Susan for a Bruisin' (#11.10)}
  25. "National Theatre Live" (2009) {The Cherry Orchard (#2.5)}
  26. "The ONE Show" (2006) {(2011-11-24)}
  27. "This Morning" (1988) {(2011-06-17)}
  28. Fable III (2010) (VG)
  29. It's a Wonderful Afterlife (2010)
  30. Muse of Fire: A Documentary (2010) {{SUSPENDED}}
  31. "Agatha Christie's Poirot" (1989) {Hallowe'en Party (#12.3)}
  32. "My Family" (2000) {Desperately Stalking Susan (#10.3)}
  33. "My Family" (2000) {He's Just Not That Into Ben (#10.5)}
  34. "My Family" (2000) {Mary Christmas (#10.8)}
  35. "My Family" (2000) {Slammertime (#10.6)}
  36. "My Family" (2000) {The Melbourne Identity (#10.4)}
  37. "My Family" (2000) {The Son'll Come Out (#10.2)}
  38. "My Family" (2000) {Wheelie Ben (#10.1)}
  39. "Mystery!" (1980) {Hercule Poirot, Series X: Third Girl}
  40. "Doctor Who Greatest Moments" (2009) {The Doctor (#1.1)}
  41. "Doctor Who Greatest Moments" (2009) {The Enemies (#1.3)}
  42. "My Family" (2000) {2039: A Christmas Oddity (#10.0)}
  43. "My Family" (2000) {A Difficult Undertaking (#9.5)}
  44. "My Family" (2000) {A Very Brief Encounter (#9.3)}
  45. "My Family" (2000) {Bringing Up Janey (#9.2)}
  46. "My Family" (2000) {Dog Dazed (#9.6)}
  47. "My Family" (2000) {Kenzo's Project (#9.9)}
  48. "My Family" (2000) {The Guru (#9.8)}
  49. "My Family" (2000) {The Psyche of Mikey (#9.4)}
  50. Fable II (2008) (VG)
  51. Ochberg's Orphans (2008)
  52. "Agatha Christie's Poirot" (1989) {Mrs McGinty's Dead (#11.1)}
  53. "Agatha Christie's Poirot" (1989) {Third Girl (#11.3)}
  54. "My Family" (2000) {Can't Get No Satisfaction (#8.6)}
  55. "My Family" (2000) {Cards on the Table (#8.3)}
  56. "My Family" (2000) {Have a Unhappy Christmas (#9.0)}
  57. "My Family" (2000) {The Abi Habit (#8.7)}
  58. "My Family" (2000) {The Parent Trap (#8.1)}
  59. "My Family" (2000) {The Wax Job (#8.4)}
  60. The Music of Morse (2007) (TV)
  61. The Old Curiosity Shop (2007) (TV)
  62. "My Family" (2000) {Abi Ever After (#7.7)}
  63. "My Family" (2000) {Breaking Up Ain't Hard to Do (#7.8)}
  64. "My Family" (2000) {Dutch Art and Dutch Courage (#7.4)}
  65. "My Family" (2000) {Four Affairs and a Funeral (#7.2)}
  66. "My Family" (2000) {Ho Ho No (#8.0)}
  67. "My Family" (2000) {Life Begins at Fifty (#7.9)}
  68. "My Family" (2000) {Once More with Feeling (#7.3)}
  69. "My Family" (2000) {One of the Boys (#7.6)}
  70. "My Family" (2000) {Susan of Troy (#7.5)}
  71. "My Family" (2000) {The Ego Has Landed (#7.1)}
  72. "Johnny and the Bomb" (2006)
  73. Behind the Scenes: Agatha Christie's Poirot (2006) (TV)
  74. "Doctor Who" (2005) {New Earth (#2.1)}
  75. "Imagine" (2003) {A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Studio (#6.7)}
  76. "My Family" (2000) {An Embarrassment of Susans (#6.6)}
  77. "My Family" (2000) {And Other Animals (#6.7)}
  78. "My Family" (2000) {Bliss for Idiots (#6.2)}
  79. "My Family" (2000) {Dentally Unstable (#6.4)}
  80. "My Family" (2000) {Living the Dream (#6.5)}
  81. "My Family" (2000) {The Art of Being Susan (#6.8)}
  82. "My Family" (2000) {The Heart of Christmas (#7.0)}
  83. "My Family" (2000) {The Spokes Person (#6.3)}
  84. "The American Experience" (1987) {Eugene O'Neill: A Documentary Film (#18.9)}
  85. "This Morning" (1988) {(2006-04-12)}
  86. "Working in the Theatre" (1976) {Actors on Performing (#28.4)}
  87. 2nd Annual Directors Guild of Great Britain DGGB Awards (2005) (V)
  88. A Waste of Shame: The Mystery of Shakespeare and His Sonnets (2005) (TV)
  89. Agatha Christie Marple: A Murder Is Announced (2005) (TV)
  90. Seven Days That Shook the Weathermen (2005) (TV)
  91. The 50 Greatest Documentaries (2005) (TV)
  92. The Evening Standard British Film Awards (2005) (TV)
  93. The Real Amityville Horror (2005) (TV)
  94. "Agatha Christie's Poirot" (1989) {Cards on the Table (#10.2)}
  95. "Doctor Who" (2005) {The End of the World (#1.2)}
  96. "My Family" (2000) {...and I'll Cry If I Want To (#6.1)}
  97. "My Family" (2000) {Comic Relief Special (#5.16)}
  98. "Revealed" (2002) {Bad Boys of the Blitz}
  99. "The Kumars at No. 42" (2001) {(#6.6)}
  100. "Britain's Best Sitcom" (2004)
  101. "Someone to Watch Over Me" (2004)
  102. Five Children and It (2004)
  103. "My Family" (2000) {A Wife Less Ordinary (#5.12)}
  104. "My Family" (2000) {Dentist to the Stars (#5.11)}
  105. "My Family" (2000) {First Past the Post (#5.6)}
  106. "My Family" (2000) {Glad Tidings We Bring (#5.15)}
  107. "My Family" (2000) {Going Dental (#5.14)}
  108. "My Family" (2000) {Luck Be a Lady Tonight (#5.5)}
  109. "My Family" (2000) {My Fair Charlady (#5.8)}
  110. "My Family" (2000) {My Will Be Done (#5.7)}
  111. "My Family" (2000) {Reloaded (#5.1)}
  112. "My Family" (2000) {The Book of Love (#5.13)}
  113. "My Family" (2000) {The Mouthtrap (#5.9)}
  114. "My Family" (2000) {The Mummy Returns (#5.2)}
  115. "My Family" (2000) {While You Weren't Sleeping (#5.10)}
  116. "My Family" (2000) {You Don't Know Jack (#5.3)}
  117. Adolf Eichmann - Begegnungen mit einem Mörder (2003) (TV)
  118. Cinema Sex Politics: Bertolucci Makes 'The Dreamers' (2003) (TV)
  119. Richard II (2003) (TV)
  120. The Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2003 (2003) (TV)
  121. "My Family" (2000) {Blind Justice (#4.7)}
  122. "My Family" (2000) {Canary Cage (#4.11)}
  123. "My Family" (2000) {Deliverance (#4.6)}
  124. "My Family" (2000) {Fitting Punishment (#4.1)}
  125. "My Family" (2000) {Friday the 31st (#4.8)}
  126. "My Family" (2000) {It's a Window-Filled Life (#4.13)}
  127. "My Family" (2000) {Loco Parentis (#4.10)}
  128. "My Family" (2000) {May the Best Man Win (#4.12)}
  129. "My Family" (2000) {Owed to Susan (#4.5)}
  130. "My Family" (2000) {Return of the Prodigal Prat (#4.4)}
  131. "My Family" (2000) {Sitting Targets (#4.9)}
  132. "My Family" (2000) {Sixty Feet Under (#4.14)}
  133. "My Family" (2000) {The Great Escape (#4.3)}
  134. "Richard & Judy" (2001) {(2003-10-17)}
  135. "My Family" (2000) {A Handful of Dust (#3.10)}
  136. "My Family" (2000) {Absent Vixen, Cheeky Monkey (#3.1)}
  137. "My Family" (2000) {Auto Erotica (#3.9)}
  138. "My Family" (2000) {Desperately Squeaking Susan (#3.3)}
  139. "My Family" (2000) {Ding Dong Merrily... (#3.14)}
  140. "My Family" (2000) {Ghosts (#3.12)}
  141. "My Family" (2000) {Imperfect Strangers (#3.5)}
  142. "My Family" (2000) {Misery (#3.8)}
  143. "My Family" (2000) {Of Mice and Ben (#3.4)}
  144. "My Family" (2000) {One Flew Out of the Cuckoo's Nest (#3.13)}
  145. "My Family" (2000) {Shrink Rap (#3.2)}
  146. "My Family" (2000) {The Lost Weekend (#3.11)}
  147. "My Family" (2000) {The Second Greatest Story Ever Told (#3.6)}
  148. "My Family" (2000) {Waiting to Inhale (#3.7)}
  149. "Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years" (2001)
  150. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001)
  151. The Dark (2001) (V)
  152. "My Family" (2000) {'Tis Pity She's a Whore (#2.10)}
  153. "My Family" (2000) {Age of Romance (#2.8)}
  154. "My Family" (2000) {All Roads Lead to Ramon (#2.1)}
  155. "My Family" (2000) {Ben Wants to Be a Millionaire (#2.12)}
  156. "My Family" (2000) {Breakable (#2.13)}
  157. "My Family" (2000) {Death and Ben Take a Holiday (#2.5)}
  158. "My Family" (2000) {Driving Miss Crazy (#2.6)}
  159. "My Family" (2000) {Get Cartier (#2.9)}
  160. "My Family" (2000) {I Second That Emulsion (#2.7)}
  161. "My Family" (2000) {Parisian Beauty (#2.3)}
  162. "My Family" (2000) {The Last Supper (#2.11)}
  163. "My Family" (2000) {The Unkindest Cut (#2.2)}
  164. "My Family" (2000) {Trust Never Sleeps (#2.4)}
  165. "Richard & Judy" (2001) {(2001-12-10)}
  166. "Gormenghast" (2000) {(#1.1)}
  167. "Gormenghast" (2000) {(#1.2)}
  168. "Gormenghast" (2000) {(#1.3)}
  169. "My Family" (2000) {Awkward Phase (#1.7)}
  170. "My Family" (2000) {Death Takes a Policy (#1.6)}
  171. "My Family" (2000) {Droit de Seigneur Ben (#1.3)}
  172. "My Family" (2000) {Farewell to Alarms (#1.5)}
  173. "My Family" (2000) {Much Ado About Ben (#1.8)}
  174. "My Family" (2000) {Pain in the Class (#1.2)}
  175. "My Family" (2000) {Serpent's Tooth (#1.1)}
  176. "My Family" (2000) {The Last Resort (#1.4)}
  177. David Copperfield (1999) (TV)
  178. The 53rd Annual Tony Awards (1999) (TV)
  179. The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns (1999) (TV)
  180. Norman Ormal: A Very Political Turtle (1998) (TV)
  181. "Conjuring Shakespeare" (1997)
  182. "Creatures Fantastic" (1997)
  183. Swept from the Sea (1997)
  184. Wilde (1997)
  185. "A Dance to the Music of Time" (1997) {The Thirties (#1.2)}
  186. "A Dance to the Music of Time" (1997) {The War (#1.3)}
  187. "All Mod Cons" (1997) {Ever So Contemporary (#1.2)}
  188. "All Mod Cons" (1997) {Just Switch On (#1.3)}
  189. "All Mod Cons" (1997) {The DIY Pioneers (#1.1)}
  190. "All Mod Cons" (1997) {The Outside Room (#1.5)}
  191. "All Mod Cons" (1997) {The Pad (#1.4)}
  192. "All Mod Cons" (1997) {Yesterday Once More (#1.6)}
  193. "Great Performances" (1970) {Henry V at Shakespeare's Globe (#26.2)}
  194. "Q.E.D." (1982/II) {The Outcasts}
  195. Prime Suspect: Scent of Darkness (1995) (TV)
  196. The English Wife (1995) (TV)
  197. "Performance" (1992) {The Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd (#5.2)}
  198. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Blue Heaven (#3.1)}
  199. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Cards on the Table (#3.10)}
  200. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Drawing the Line (#3.8)}
  201. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Happy Families (#3.2)}
  202. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Promises (#3.4)}
  203. "Love Hurts" (1992) {The Morning After (#3.6)}
  204. "Love Hurts" (1992) {The Parent Trap (#3.3)}
  205. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Time to Go Home (#3.7)}
  206. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Tracks of My Tears (#3.9)}
  207. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Win Some, Lose Some (#3.5)}
  208. Comic Relief: The Invasion of the Comic Tomatoes (1993) (TV)
  209. The Countess Alice (1993)
  210. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Band of Gold (#2.5)}
  211. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Cold Comfort (#2.2)}
  212. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Face the Music (#2.6)}
  213. "Love Hurts" (1992) {For a Few Dollars More (#2.9)}
  214. "Love Hurts" (1992) {If the Cap Fits (#2.7)}
  215. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Just a Bit of Business (#2.8)}
  216. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Love for Sale (#2.10)}
  217. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Strictly Business (#2.1)}
  218. "Love Hurts" (1992) {The Max Factor (#2.3)}
  219. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Your Money or Your Life (#2.4)}
  220. "The London Programme" (1975) {Making London a Better City}
  221. "Love Hurts" (1992) {A Day in the Life (#1.7)}
  222. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Charity Begins at Home (#1.8)}
  223. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Crawling from the Wreckage (#1.1)}
  224. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Cured (#1.5)}
  225. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Let's Do It (#1.10)}
  226. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Relative Values (#1.4)}
  227. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Stormy Weather (#1.6)}
  228. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Take It to the Limit (#1.2)}
  229. "Love Hurts" (1992) {Walk Right Back (#1.3)}
  230. "Screen Two" (1985) {Memento Mori (#8.14)}
  231. "Shakespeare: The Animated Tales" (1992) {Macbeth (#1.3)}
  232. "The Blackheath Poisonings" (1992) {(#1.1)}
  233. "The Blackheath Poisonings" (1992) {(#1.2)}
  234. "The Blackheath Poisonings" (1992) {(#1.3)}
  235. "Prime Suspect" (1991)
  236. "Inspector Morse" (1987) {Fat Chance (#5.2)}
  237. "Theatre Night" (1985) {Othello (#5.1)}
  238. Ball-Trap on the Cote Sauvage (1989) (TV)
  239. The Dog It Was That Died (1989) (TV)
  240. Once in a Life Time (1988) (TV)
  241. The Raggedy Rawney (1988)
  242. Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story (1987) (TV)
  243. "Tales of the Unexpected" (1979) {Skeleton in the Cupboard (#9.1)}
  244. "Paradise Postponed" (1986) {Chez Titmuss (#1.3)}
  245. "Paradise Postponed" (1986) {Death of a Saint (#1.1)}
  246. "Paradise Postponed" (1986) {Enigma Variations (#1.8)}
  247. "Paradise Postponed" (1986) {Living in the Past (#1.4)}
  248. "Paradise Postponed" (1986) {The Gods of the Copy Book Headings (#1.9)}
  249. "Paradise Postponed" (1986) {The Lost Leader (#1.6)}
  250. "Paradise Postponed" (1986) {The Temptation of Henry Simcox (#1.2)}
  251. "Paradise Postponed" (1986) {The Wrongs of Man (#1.5)}
  252. "Edge of Darkness" (1985) {Breakthrough (#1.4)}
  253. "Edge of Darkness" (1985) {Burden of Proof (#1.3)}
  254. "Edge of Darkness" (1985) {Fusion (#1.6)}
  255. The Tragedy of Richard III (1983) (TV)
  256. Baal (1982) (TV)
  257. Inside the Third Reich (1982) (TV)
  258. Enemy of the State (1981) (TV)
  259. Strike: The Birth of Solidarity (1981) (TV)
  260. "Doctor Who" (1963) {State of Decay: Part Two (#18.14)}
  261. "BBC Play of the Month" (1965) {Danton's Death (#13.7)}
  262. "BBC Play of the Month" (1965) {The Beaux Stratagem (#13.6)}
  263. "The Devil's Crown" (1978) {Bolt from the Blue (#1.9)}
  264. A Christmas Carol (1977) (TV)
  265. The Confederacy of Wives (1975) (TV)
  266. "Crown Court" (1972) {Marathon (#4.66)}
  267. "Village Hall" (1974) {Miss Health and Beauty (#2.1)}
  268. "Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill" (1974) {A Perfect Darling (#1.5)}
  269. "Between the Wars" (1973) {The Silver Mask (#1.6)}
  270. "ITV Saturday Night Theatre" (1969) {Lorna and Ted (#5.26)}
  271. "Late Night Theatre" (1972) {The Eagle Has Landed}
  272. "Spy Trap" (1972) {Sale of Work (#2.7)}
  273. "ITV Sunday Night Drama" (1959) {Turn of the Year: Sally for Keeps}

f