Zoie Palmer

Born in England, Zoie Palmer's love of acting began at an early age. Determined to follow her dream she moved to Toronto where she graduated from York University's Theatre Program with a B.F.A.

Palmer has appeared in an array of television productions, notably starring as Ronald Reagan's daughter, Patti, in The Reagans, the critically-acclaimed MOW that caused a sensation and was nominated for a slate of Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe. Palmer also appeared in the Emmy Award-winning TV movie, Out of the Ashes, starred in the pilot Devil's Perch, and portrayed Goth musician Patsy in the series Instant Star. Palmer also starred in Snapshots for Henry, which was nominated for a Genie Award as Best Live Action Short Drama, and was honoured with the Best Actor Award at the Baja California Film Festival for her performance in Terminal Venus, a short by Alexandre Franchi. She was also nominated for an ACTRA award for her work in The Untitled Work of Paul Sheppard. Palmer also starred as Coast Guard rescue swimmer Carly Grieg in the hit Global series The Guard and starred in the movie Cold Blooded. a thriller for which she was awarded the best actress award at the Bare Bones International Film Festival. Her comedy Sex After Kids, written and directed by Jeremy Lalonde, is now on the festival circuit and her new film Patchtown, is currently in post-production. She has most recently finished Showcase's hit series Lost Girl playing Dr. Lauren Lewis, scientist to the Fae.