Meet Zoe Lau

Name: Zoe Lau

What’s next for you?

I’ll be hosting a new webisode called ‘Broadway 101’ with a Non-Profit theatre organization, Lotus Lee Foundation who is partnered with Lotus Lee Drama Studios, a pioneer of theatre in China. ‘Broadway 101’ is a video series that introduces Broadway and New York working artists to the Chinese audience. I will be having an exclusive episode with them following my day in New York as an actress.

What is the name of the last show you saw?

Cloud 9

Any advice for your peers?

Perseverance is key, keep driving towards where you want to be! Everything we encounter is an experience that makes us stronger.

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Twitter: @thezoelau
Instagram: @zlau

A New York based actress, Zoe was born in Hong Kong. Even though she was mainly raised there, she was blessed to also have educated in Singapore and U.K., where she has achieved an Acting Diploma from the notable Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, as well as completing a 2 Year Conservatory at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York.

Since moving to New York, Zoe has played a wide range of roles in theatre. She played a part in the World Premiere Off-Broadway Musical: Comfort Women which topics around incidents that happened in Asia during World War II. Another Off-Broadway experience for her was a reading of White Pearl, which was one of the winners of the second annual Columbia x Roundabout New Play Reading Series.

Regionally, Zoe played the lead of Kaguya in The Tale of Princess Kaguya with Theater at Monmouth that toured round Maine.

In films, Zoe plays a supporting role in Fishbone which was selected and screened in a number of festivals, amongst which was awarded the Best Undergraduate Film & Cinematography at the Fusion Film Festival and the Special Merit Award at the Seattle Shorts Film Festival. Her lead and supporting roles in the following films are set to be entering the film festival circuit soon: Shell Collector, Of Dionysus, Dawn

To name a few, Zoe appears in GoToMeeting, Optimum and Strongbow commercially. She also stars in Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute’s promotional video, Stratus Telehealth Video and you can spot her dancing in Brazillian Singer Anitta’s Paradinha Music Video!