Martyn Palmer Sunday Mirror, 1996-07-21
'Zoe Wanamaker is not your usual pin-up. Her hair is often hacked, almost punk style, into toothbrush tufts, her nose is cutely upturned and her mouth pronounces syllables with a gravel-toned poshness. She is more sexy pixie than screen goddess. And yet when Zoe, classically-trained actress and darling of the theatre crowd, crossed over into mainstream TV to play alongside Adam Faith in the phenomenally successful Love Hurts, she was suddenly a bit of a prime-time poppet. Fan mail poured in, and recognition in the nation's supermarkets swiftly followed.'
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