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Zoë Wanamaker date of birth is 13 May 1949 and place of birth is New York City, New York, U.S. By profession she is American-British actress. She has been in several productions with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre. She was nominated for nine Olivier Awards. She has claimed two for Once in a Lifetime in 1979 and Electra in 1998. For her efforts on Broadway, she has also garnered four Tony Award nominations for Loot in 1986, Piaf in 1981, Electra in 1999, and Awake and Sing! in 2006.

Zoë Wanamaker has starred in films like Wilde in 1997, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in 2001, and My Week with Marilyn in 2011.She received nominations for the BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress twice, for Prime Suspect in 1991 and Love Hurts between 1992–1994. Her television credits include shows like My Family between 2000–2011, in which she played Susan Harper, the ITV show Agatha Christie's Poirot between 2005 to 2013, Mr Selfridge in 2015, and Girlfriends in 2018.

    Zoë Wanamaker age, wiki, biography

    Zoë Wanamaker's birthday is on 13 May 1949 and birth place is New York City, New York, U.S. Her age as in 2022 is 73 years. Her Parents are Charlotte Holland and Sam Wanamaker. Her mother's name is Charlotte Holland and her father's name is Sam Wanamaker. By profession her mother is a Canadian actress and radio performer whilst her father is a American actor, film director, and radio producer. Her father Sam Wanamaker was originally known as Samuel Wattenmacker. Her father is of Ukrainian-Jewish origin. It was discovered in the BBC documentary Who Do You Think You Are?, which aired on February 24, 2009, that her paternal grandpa Maurice Wanamaker formerly known as Manus Watmacher was a tailor from Mykolaiv. Wanamaker's father discovered that he had been blacklisted in Hollywood while employed in the United Kingdom in 1952. As a result, her parents opted to remain in the United Kingdom. 

    She studied at the independent King Alfred School in Hampstead, and then the Sidcot School, a Quaker boarding school in Somerset. Zoe went to the Hornsey College of Art and took up the Pre-Diploma Course. She later joined the Central School of Speech and Drama. 

    Zoë Wanamaker shared a home with fellow Royal Shakespeare Company actor David Lyon for a number of years. She tied the knot with actor/dramatist Gawn Grainger in November 1994. Wanamaker is a dual citizen of the United Kingdom and the United States, having obtained British citizenship in 2000.

    Zoë Wanamaker Career

    Zoë Wanamaker professional journey began in the theatre. She was a part of the Royal Shakespeare Company for a period of time from 1976 to 1984. For her work in Once in a Lifetime, in 1979, she received an Olivier Award. She also received a second one for her portrayal in Sophocles' Electra in 1998. The original version of After Aida in 1985, featured her as Giuseppina Strepponi, Verdi's wife. The National Theatre's staging of Much Ado About Nothing featured her on stage in the role of Beatrice, alongside Simon Russell Beale, who played Benedick.

    For her work in Piaf, Electra, Loot, and Awake and Sing!, she has been nominated for Tony Awards. On the stage of the new Shakespeare's Globe, a reproduction theatre on London's South Bank, in 1997, she was the first person to speak. This was done in honour of her father, who was instrumental in the establishment of the new theatre.  She went on to become the Honorary President of the Globe after that.

    Zoë Wanamaker featured in Arthur Miller's All My Sons as Kate Keller at the Apollo Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue in London from May to October 2010. Terence Rattigan's All On Her Own at the Garrick Theatre, that ran from October 24, 2015, to January 13, 2016, had Zoë Wanamaker feature in it. The play is a one-woman show that came before Rattigan's Harlequinade, which she also starred in. It was piece of a never-before-seen double bill. She featured in the Donmar Warehouse's world premiere version of Elegy, in 2016.

    As early as the early 1980s, Zoë Wanamaker started acting on screen. Zoë Wanamaker went on to star in a couple of widely praised television shows, including Edge of Darkness for the BBC. She received a BAFTA award nomination for her depiction of the romantic lead of a suspected serial murderer in the Granada television show Prime Suspect.

    Paradise Postponed as Charlotte Fanner-Titmuuss, in 1986 and Love Hurts between 1992 to 94, alongside Adam Faith, were among her television appearances over the years. Countess Alice, alongside Wendy Hiller, came out in 1992. She played a rebellious woman who was trying to find out the truth about her past in war-torn Germany. The BBC television rendition of Mervyn Peake's trilogy Gormenghast in 2000 featured her as Clarice, one of the twin sisters of Lord Groan. In the movie Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, which was released in 2001, she featured as Madam Hooch. In the BBC sit-com My Family, she starred as Susan Harper from 2000 to 2011.The Doctor Who episode ""The End of the World"" in 2005, had her voice Lady Cassandra, a CGI character, and she revisited the role in the segment "'New Earth'" in 2006. Zoë Wanamaker voiced the blind Seeress Theresa in the Xbox 360 game Fable II, which was released in 2008. She reprised to the role of Theresa in Fable III in 2010, and once again in Fable: The Journey in 2012. In six segments of Agatha Christie's Poirot, she portrayed Ariadne Oliver.

    In Simon Curtis' My Week with Marilyn, she portrayed Paula Strasberg in 2011, which is about the creation of The Prince and the Showgirl movie, in 1957, featuring Marilyn Monroe and Laurence Olivier. She landed the role as Princess Marie, Rosalie Selfridge/ Bolotoff's Russian mother-in-law in 2015. In the television series Shadow and Bone, she starred as Baghra, Alina Starkov's stern teacher and wise counsel in 2021.The New Year's Honours list for 2001 included the appointment of Zoë Wanamaker as a Commander of the Order of the British Empire for his contributions to theatre. On 19 July 2012, The University of East Anglia awarded her an honorary Doctorate of Letters.

    Short Bio of Zoë Wanamaker

    Zoë Wanamaker is her born and real name. Her date of birth is May 13, 1949and birthplace is New York, New York, United States . She is Years of age as in 2022. By profession she is a American Actress. Her Parents are Sam Wanamaker and Charlotte Holland. Charlotte Holland is her mother's name and Sam Wanamaker is her father's name. She has 2 siblings. In sibling she has brothers and 2 sisters. Her brothers name are Not Known. Her sisters names are Abby Wanamaker, Jessica Wanamaker."

    Zoë Wanamaker Age and Height

    Zoë Wanamaker Age and Height
    Name Zoë Wanamaker
    Age

    Years

    Height 5 feet 3 inches


    Zoë Wanamaker Wiki and Biography

    Zoë Wanamaker Wiki and Biography
    Born and Real Name Zoë Wanamaker
    Nickname zoe
    Birthday May 13, 1949
    Age

    Years

    Profession American Actress
    Birthplace New York, New York, United States
    Sun sign Taurus
    Nationality American
    Ethnicity Not Known
    Religion Not Known
    Caste Not Known


    Zoë Wanamaker Height, Weight and Body Measurements

    Zoë Wanamaker Height, Weight and Body Measurements
    Height 5 feet 3 inches
    Weight 60 kg
    Body Measurements Not Known
    Eye Color Blue
    Hair Color Blonde


    Zoë Wanamaker Net Worth and Salary

    Zoë Wanamaker Net Worth and Salary
    Net Worth USD $5 Million
    Salary Not Known


    Zoë Wanamaker Education Qualifications, School and College

    Zoë Wanamaker Education Qualifications, School and College
    Educational Qualifications Graduated
    School The King Alfred School
    College The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama


    Zoë Wanamaker Professional Life

    Zoë Wanamaker Professional Life
    Profession American Actress
    Movie Debut The Raggedy Rawney as Elle in 1988
    TV Show Debut ITV Sunday Night Drama as Sally in 1971
    Famous and well known Actress


    Zoë Wanamaker Family Details/ parents/ family background?

    Zoë Wanamaker Family Details/ parents/ family background?
    Parents /Father Sam Wanamaker 
    Parents /Mother Charlotte Holland
    Siblings/ Brothers Name Not Known
    Siblings/ Sisters Name Abby Wanamaker, Jessica Wanamaker
    Husband Gawn Grainger
    Children/Son's Name Not Known
    Children/Daughter's Name Not Known


    Zoë Wanamaker Boyfriend/Husband/dating/Affairs?

    Zoë WanamakerBoyfriend/Husband/dating/Affairs?
    Husband/Spouse Name Gawn Grainger
    Dating /Boyfriend Name/Affairs Gawn Grainger


    Zoë Wanamaker Marriage Details

    Zoë Wanamaker Marriage Details
    Marital Status Married
    Husband/Spouse Name Gawn Grainger
    Wedding dates/ Marriage date 1994


    Zoë Wanamaker Home Address and Residence

    Zoë Wanamaker Home Address and Residence
    Home town New York, New York, United States
    House address New York, New York, United States


    Zoë Wanamaker Social Media Websites

    Zoë Wanamaker Social Media Websites
    Facebook Not Known
    Twitter https://mobile.twitter.com/zoewanamaker
    Instagram Not Known
    Website http://www.zoewanamaker.com/


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