Zoe has just completed a four-year stint as part of ITV’s ‘Loose Women’.
Her first TV show was as the hard hitting voice coach and panelist on BBC’s ‘How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria’ and ‘Any Dream Will Do’: working alongside Andrew Lloyd Webber.
She has also been a judge, coach and panelist for both series of ‘Summer School Musical’, and a vocal coach and panelist for the Disney Channel’s ‘My Camp Rock’.
Zoe spent an incredible 17 years in musical theatre. Her most recent lead in a musical was as Eva Cassidy in the story of her life.
She made her West End debut at the age of 20, when she appeared in ‘Les Miserables’ and then went on to join ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ on tour, followed by the award winning ‘City of Angels’ in which she was part of the jazz singing quartet.
Next came the role of narrator in ‘Joseph’ for Bill Kenwright. She then took a break from the West End to travel to South Africa and Taiwan, followed by tours of Hong Kong and Dubai.
After a few years of touring Zoe returned to the West End in the long running musical ‘Fame’ as the dance teacher.
Another favourite role followed in ‘Smokey Joe’s Café’ where she played the role of the rock and gospel singer.
As a recording artist Zoe has sung on numerous albums such as Michael Ball, Cliff Richard and many more.
She has performed in concerts in the UK with Sir Elton John, Barry Manilow and Donna Summer, and been part of BBC’s Children in Need for many years, joining Rod Stewart, Will Young, KD Lang, and Bonnie Tyler.
TV credits include a BBC play with Robson Green and “Doctors”.
Zoe still coaches many pop starts and West End performers and is a season soloist with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.