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Overview (3)

Born in Los Angeles, California, USA
Birth NameZoey Francis Thompson Deutch
Height 5' 4" (1.63 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Zoey Deutch was born in Los Angeles, California. A vibrant, diversely talented, and charming actress, Zoey Deutch is steadily and boldly building her body of work with dynamic roles as both actor and producer.

Deutch can be seen starring and executive producing Amazon Prime Video's Something from Tiffany's (2022), an adaptation of Melissa Hill's novel of the same name. Produced alongside Reese Witherspoon's production company, Hello Sunshine, the film was released on December 9, 2022. The film follows a woman as her life gets upended when an engagement ring that was for someone else leads her to the person she's meant to be with.

Next up, Deutch will re-team with writer, Katie Silberman for their second romantic comedy, Most Dangerous Game. The project is slated for a Netflix release in 2023. Deutch and Silberman previously worked together on the Netflix hit, Set It Up (2018).

Previously in 2022, Deutch was seen in Searchlight Pictures' satire, Not Okay (2022). where she also served as executive producer, and Focus Features' crime drama The Outfit (2022), opposite Mark Rylance and Dylan O'Brien. Her performance as "Mable Shaun" garnered her a 2022 BIFA nomination in the category of "Best Supporting Performance".

Additional credits include Magnolia Pictures' dramedy, Buffaloed (2019), for which Deutch also executively produced, Sony Pictures' Zombieland: Double Tap (2019) alongside Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, and Emma Stone, Max Winkler's Flower (2017), The Year of Spectacular Men (2017) alongside her sister Madelyn Deutch and directed by their mother, Lea Thompson; Rebel in the Rye (2017) opposite Nicholas Hoult; Before I Fall (2017), the adaptation of the 2010 young adult novel of the same name; Why Him? (2016) alongside James Franco and Bryan Cranston and directed by John Hamburg; Dirty Grandpa (2016) opposite Robert De Niro and Zac Efron and directed by Dan Mazer; Vincent N Roxxy (2016) opposite Emile Hirsch and Zoe Kravitz; Good Kids (2016) opposite Julia Garner, Nicholas Braun, and Day Okenvivi; Beautiful Creatures (2013) opposite Alden Ehrenreich; and The Weinstein Company's Vampire Academy (2014), which garnered her a Teen Choice Award nomination in the "Choice Movie Actress: Comedy" category. She also starred in in Ryan Murphy's Netflix series The Politician (2019) alongside Ben Platt and Gwyneth Paltrow, with the first season receiving a Golden Globe nomination for "Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy".

In 2020, Deutch was named to Forbes 30 under 30 list.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Narrative

Family (3)

Children None (no children)
Parents Lea Thompson
Howard Deutch
Relatives Madelyn Deutch (sibling)
Elizabeth Goodrich (cousin)
Phillip Goodrich (aunt or uncle)
Coleen Goodrich (aunt or uncle)
Murray Deutch (grandparent)
P.J. Barry (aunt or uncle)
Robert Walden (aunt or uncle)
Pearl (Pamela) Wolkowitz (grandparent)

Trivia (20)

She attended Oakwood School, as well as The Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, where she majored in Theatre.
Has been a dancer for her whole life, having studied ballet, jazz, tap, modern, hip-hop and more.
Younger sister of Madelyn Deutch.
Daughter of actress Lea Thompson and director Howard Deutch.
Grew up in Los Angeles, CA.
Cousin of Elizabeth Goodrich.
Grew up with many pets around the house, including 6 dogs, a cat, an African Grey parrot, several horses, and a pond full of koi fish.
Her father is of Russian Jewish and Polish Jewish descent. Her mother has Irish, English, Scots-Irish, German, and distant Dutch, ancestry. Zoey had a Bat Mitzvah ceremony.
She appeared with her mother, Lea Thompson, and sister, Madelyn Deutch, in Mayor Cupcake (2011). The mother, daughter, sister relationships of their roles are the same ones they have in real life.
She stars in the film The Year of Spectacular Men (2017) with her real life mother, Lea Thompson and sister Madelyn Deutch. The film was directed by her mother and the screenplay was written by her sister.
Her scene in The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) was cut from the theatrical release, but is available on the DVD as a deleted scene in the Special Features.
She studied acting as a teenager at the Young Actors Space with Patrick Day, who has also coached Shailene Woodley, Emma Stone, and Jessica Biel among others.
She is the granddaughter of Murray Deutch.
She is the great-niece of Robert Walden.
It is often said that she bears a strong resemblance to Insidious (2010) actress Rose Byrne.
Zoey Deutch was announced the recipient of "Maxmara Face Of the future award" for the year 2017 by Women In Film organization.
Zoey Deutch was among four selected people who performed a live reading of selected scenes from five winning scripts at the 2017 Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting Awards Presentation & Live Read.
Great niece of playwright and actor P.J. Barry.
Her mother, Lea Thompson, is still keeping the dress she wore in Back to the Future (1985) during the 'Enchantment Under The Sea' high school dance scenes. Zoey once took that dress and wore it for Halloween, and she got in trouble after her mother found out about it.

Personal Quotes (7)

I just want to keep working. I'm lucky to be working. I'm kind of exhausted by the constant need to brand yourself-that's a very prevalent way of living as an actor nowadays. I don't want to be pigeonholed, I don't want people to look at me and see one thing. I don't want to be a thing. I want to be a human.
The term 'free-range' doesn't do them justice. They're more like free-spirit chickens. I go down to the barn every morning with my coffee and hang out with them.
It feels strange, and false, to be 21, and talk about myself as if I have a real concept of who I am.
[on her role as "Emily Asher" in Beautiful Creatures (2013)] It was a great part... I didn't expect that was something I would get cast as, because it's so far from me. Not only did I not understand anything of her religious background -- because I'm Jewish - (but) I look nothing like they wanted the part to be, I don't have the Southern accent, and I'm not that person. So it was really interesting for me to get to really explore a character like that, and it was fun.
Don't be afraid to be ambitious. I don't know why that word has a bad rap and really, it's mostly just for women. All it means is that you're willing to work hard for what you want and love, as far as I'm concerned. So work hard, love what you do, be nice to people and be ambitious! There's nothing wrong with that.
Nature versus nurture- I think it's a little bit of both. It's hard to say that I would be doing this if I hadn't grown up in it, but it's also hard to say that I would not, because I do feel that it clicks. It makes me happy.
It's nice to be part of a generation that is taking more of a vocal stance, I don't think silence makes you safe.

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