Played by Zoe Lister-Jones
Zoe Lister-Jones grew up in Brooklyn, New York. As the only child of two artists, she was exposed to the New York art scene at an early age, eventually leading her to the NYU Tisch School of the Arts and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London.
Lister-Jones is an actor, writer and producer who is currently starring opposite Colin Hanks on the CBS series, Life in Pieces. She wrote and produced Consumed, in which she also stars opposite Danny Glover and Victor Garber. Consumed premiered at the L.A. Film Festival in June 2015 with a limited theatrical run with Gathr Films. Lister-Jones also wrote, executive produced and starred in the Fox Searchlight feature, Lola Versus and co-wrote, produced and starred in the indie comedy, Breaking Upwards.
Additional feature film credits include The Other Guys, Salt, State of Play, Shadows and Lies, Stuck Between Stations, Armless and Arranged.
Lister-Jones? past television credits include co-starring roles in Friends With Better Lives, Whitney, Delocated, and guest appearances in The Good Wife, The Class, Bored to Death and Kidnapped. She had a recurring role on New Girl as councilwoman Fawn Moscato.
In addition to her screen credits, Lister-Jones starred on Broadway opposite Jeff Goldblum in Seminar, and opposite Johnny Galecki in The Little Dog Laughed, a role which she originated at New York's Second Stage Theater. Her off-Broadway credits include The Marriage of Bette and Boo, The Accomplices and in her one-woman show Codependence is a Four Letter Word, which she produced, wrote and starred in, and was a New York Times Critics Pick.
Lister-Jones currently resides in Los Angeles.