Zoe took her first steps down the comedy path in 2003 after training as an actress at the Poor School in London. She went on to win the Funny Women Competition in 2004 and her debut Edinburgh show was nominated for the if.comedy newcomer award. In 2008 she won Dave’s Funniest Joke of The Fringe Award.

TV credits

Zoe has appeared in many TV shows including Mock the Week, The Wright Stuff, Michael McIntyre Roadshow, Q.I and many more.

  • Celebrity SAS Who Dares Wins (C4) 2023
  • The One Show (BBC1) 2023
  • Pointless Celebrities (BBC1) 2023
  • Meet The Richardsons (Dave) 2023
  • Women’s Health; Breaking the Taboos (C5) 2022
  • Spooky (BBC2), 2021
  • Live At The Apollo (BBCTV) 2021
  • Celebrity Antiques Road Trip (BBC2) 2021
  • Rhod Gilbert’s Growing Pains (Comedy Central) 2021
  • Stand Up and Deliver (C4) 2021
  • House of Games (BBC2) 2021
  • Funny Festival Live (BBC2) 2021
  • Guessable (Comedy Central) 2021
  • Between the Covers (BBC2) 2021
  • Reasons to be Cheerful with Matt Lucas (C4) 2020
  • Hypothetical (Dave) 2020
  • Celebrity Mastermind (BBC1) – WINNER 2020
  • Celebrity Eggheads (BBC2) 2019
  • Dave Gorman’s Terms and Conditions Apply (Dave) 2019
  • The Apprentice: You’re Fired (BBC2), 2018Room 101 (BBC2) 2017

Radio credits

Zoe is often to be found on the radio and has appeared on many shows.

  • Just A Minute – Radio 4
  • The Now Show – Radio 4
  • The News Quiz – Radio 4
  • Where’s the F in News – Radio 4 
  • Breaking The News – BBC Scotland 
  • The Good, The Bad & The Unexpected  – BBC Scotland
  • Nature Table, Radio 4, 2024
  • BBC New Comedy Award – Radio 4, 2023
  • Mark Watson Talks A Bit About Life – Radio 4, 2023
  • The Leak – Radio Wales, 2020
  • You’ll Do – Radio 4, 2020
  • The Circuit – 4 Extra, 2019
  • Passport Paddy – Radio 4, 2018
  • Where’s the F in News – Radio 4, 2018
  • The Unbelievable Truth – Radio 4, 2017
  • The Rest is History – Radio 4, 2016
  • Britain Versus The World – Radio 4, 2015
  • 4 Extra Stands Up  – Radio 4 Extra, 2014
  • Live from The Stand- Radio 4 Extra – 2013
  • Whats the Story – Radio Wales – 2013
  • Mob Rule – Radio 5 Live – 2011
  • Gaby Logan – Radio 5 Live -2010
  • The Vote Now Show – Radio 4 – 2010
  • Jo Caulfield Wont Shut Up – Radio 4 – 2009
  • Cristian O Connell – The Solution – Radio 5 Live 2009
  • Clive Anderson’s Chat Room – Radio 2 – 2009
  • Four Stands Up – Radio 4- 2009
  • PMQ – BBC Radio 5- 2008
  • It’s That Jo Caulfield Again-BBC Radio 4- 2007
  • Festival Radio- BBC Radio 4
  • Jenny Eclair – LBC – 2006
  • Anita Anand – Radio 5 Live – 2006
  • Richard Mackney Show – LBC – 2005
  • Sandi Toksvig Show – LBC (regular guest) 2004/2005
  • Caroline Feraday Show – LBC (regular guest)
  • BBC, Southern Counties
  • BBC, Radio 4, Six Geese A’ Laying

Theatre credits

  • Edinburgh Festival 2014, Outings Seabright Productions
  • The Riverside Studios, Eclipsed
  • Workhouse Theatre, Hedda Gabler/Aristocrats/Rafts and Dreams/King John/Breeze Block Park
  • Gilded Balloon, Shut Up I’m Your Mother
  • Soho Theatre, Comedy Rep
  • Canal Cafe Theatre, News Review

Competitions

  • Winner of Dave TV Funniest Joke of the Fringe 2008
  • If.comedy Best Newcomer Nominee 2007
  • Winner of Nivea Funny Women Award 2004
  • Finalist in C4’s and the Gilded Balloon’s ‘So You Think You’re Funny’ 2004.

Festivals

Zoe travels the world being funny, you may have seen her performing in Australia, New Zealand and Leicester.

  • Cheerful Earful, London 2024
  • Bath Comedy Festival, 2023
  • Glasgow International Comedy Festival, 2023
  • Brighton Fringe, 2022
  • Underbelly Festival, London, 2021
  • Winchester Comedy Festival, 2021
  • Bristol Comedy Garden, 2020
  • Tringe Festival, 2019 & 2022
  • Latitude 2015
  • Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2014 – Mustard Cutter
  • Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013 – Pop Up Comic
  • Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2011- Clownbusting
  • Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2011
  • Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow 2010
  • New Zealand International comedy Festival 2010
  • Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2009
  • Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2008
  • Leicester Comedy Festival 2008
  • Dartmouth Comedy Festival 2008
  • Brighton Comedy Festival 2007
  • Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2007 – Fight or Flight
  • Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2006 – Bent Double @ The Assembly Rooms
  • Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2006 – AAA Stand Up
  • Brighton Comedy Festival 2006
  • Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2005 – Monkey Butlers
  • Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2004 – Funny Women at the Fringe
  • Leicester Comedy Festival 2004
  • Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2002 – Shut Up You’re Mother