Zoe Lister-Jones

Hometown: Brooklyn, New York

Birthday: September 1

Zoe Lister-Jones is an actor, writer and producer who just made her directorial debut with the indie comedy “Band Aid,” starring alongside Brooklyn Decker, Adam Pally, Fred Armisen, Hannah Simone, Ravi Patel and Susie Essman. Previously, she co-wrote, produced and starred in the dramatic thriller “Consumed,” opposite Danny Glover and Taylor Kinney. Also, she wrote, executive produced and starred in the feature film “Lola Versus” and co-wrote, produced and starred in “Breaking Upwards.”

Her additional feature film credits include “The Other Guys,” “Salt,” “State of Play,” “Shadows and Lies,” “Stuck Between Stations,” “Armless” and “Arranged.”

Lister-Jones’ television credits include co-starring roles in “Friends With Better Lives,” on the Network, “Whitney” and “Delocated,” as well as guest appearances on “The Good Wife” and “The Class,” both on the Network, “Bored to Death” and “Kidnapped.” Additionally, she had a recurring role on “New Girl.”

On Broadway she starred opposite Jeff Goldblum in “Seminar” and opposite Johnny Galecki in “The Little Dog Laughed,” in a role she originated at New York’s Second Stage Theater. Her off-Broadway credits include “The Marriage of Bette and Boo” and “The Accomplices.” Also off-Broadway, her one-woman show “Codependence Is a Four-Letter Word,” which she produced, wrote and starred in, was a New York Times Critics Pick.

She is active in the wellness community and works with “Just Label It” to raise awareness about GMO labeling.

Lister-Jones was born and raised in Brooklyn and now resides in Los Angeles. Her birthday is Sept. 1. Follow her on Twitter @ZoeListerJones and on Instagram @zoelisterjones.