Zoe is excited to announce she will be reprising her role in Meth, which won a finalist slot in 3Girls Theatre Company's Salon Series and will be a part of the 2020 New Works Festival, now rescheduled for next year. She has also been cast in The Dragon Theatre's production of Caught by Obie-winning playwright Christopher Chen. Due to current shelter-in-place recommendations, this production has been pushed to 2021.
Zoe is thrilled to have finished shooting a national true-crime television show, scheduled to air in 2021. You can now see Zoe in ads for Honeylove Shapewear, and Facebook Messenger Rooms. Zoe's latest film, After the Tone, directed by Francina Morel, is now in post-production.
Zoe Chien holds a BFA in Theater from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, where she trained at The Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute, Playwrights Horizons Theater School, and the Stonestreet Studios for Television and Film.
She feels lucky to be an actor in a time when so much art is being made in response to our social and political climate. As a woman of mixed race (Taiwanese and Italian-American), Zoe is especially inspired by projects that celebrate women and diversity.
You may know Zoe from her originated role as Angie in Lucy Thurber's play East Coast Curriculum, which premiered in New York City in 2017. Since making her San Francisco stage debut with 3Girls Theatre Company, and signing across the board with MDT Agency, Zoe has worked with multiple theatre companies, including Theatre of Yugen, Left Coast Theatre Company, SF Youth Theatre, No Nude Men Productions, and 3GT. Selected credits include Theatre of Yugen's TBA-Recommended production of A Noh Christmas Carol, 3GT's Meth and Even What Little She Has, LCTC's The Princess and the Pornstar and TBA-Recommended production of The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, and a touring production of The Afterlife, a play by award-winning author Gary Soto. Zoe is honored to have made her international stage debut in Banja Luka, Bosnia, where she reprised her role in The Afterlife in the Kestenburg International Theatre Festival. Zoe reprised her role in The Afterlife for its final production at the historic Flight Deck Theater.