Zo stars as Gail, part of a trio of childhood friends rocked by tragedy, in this six-part drama series, which is available to watch on Acorn TV, the ITV Hub and STV Player. You can also order the Region 2 DVD.

The Birthday Party

Zo stars as seaside landlady Meg in this 5* West End revival of Pinter's darkly comic masterpiece, which runs from 9 January to 14 April at the Harold Pinter Theatre. Tickets are available from ATG.


Zo stars as vengeful Queen Antedia in this epic nine-part drama series about the Roman invasion of ancient Britain, which is available on Sky Atlantic, NOW TV and Amazon Prime Video. You can also preorder the Region 2 DVD.

Inside No. 9

Zo guest stars as waspish awards judge Paula in 'And the Winner Is...', an episode from this cult comedy-drama's fourth series available on the BBC iPlayer and Amazon Video. You can also order the Region 2/4 DVD.


First Girlfriends trailer airs on ITV - expect laughter, tears and drama!

8 December 2017 23:56

The brand new trailer for Zo's drama series Girlfriends made its debut on ITV1 tonight. 'Three best friends trying their best to get through life' was its clear, compelling message about the eagerly awaited six-part show, which sees a trio of childhood friends, including Zo's Gail, reunited by tragedy.

Fellow cast member Rhea Bailey spoke warmly about Zo when sharing the trailer on Twitter. As you can see, there'll be plenty of highs and lows, laughter and tears, for Gail and her family and friends.

Fans in the UK can catch Girlfriends' first episode on 3 January (ITV1, 9pm). There's great news for those of you in the US, too: the series will be streamed on Acorn TV from 29 January. Not long to wait now for what promises to be a first-class drama!

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