Zoe Naylor

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Zoe Naylor
Born (1977-07-04) 4 July 1977 (age 39)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Occupation Actress/voiceover artist, model, presenter, emcee, speaker, writer
Years active 1978~present
Website zoenaylor.com

Zoe Naylor (born 4 July 1977) is an Australian actress as well as journalist, MC, keynote speaker, writer, voice-artist and producer.

Early life and education[edit]

Naylor was born in Sydney, Australia to Richard Naylor, a veterinarian, and Neroli, an English and History teacher. She graduated from Loreto Normanhurst where she was School Captain whilst training with the Australian Theatre for Young People in Sydney, then attended Charles Sturt University in Bathurst under a Seven Network scholarship. Naylor attended University of Technology in Sydney for a year to complete her Bachelor of Arts in Communications degree.

Career[edit]

She was an announcer for Groove FM, then worked in television for A Current Affair, Escape with ET, The Footy Show, Gladiators, MTV Australia, National Nine News and SportsCafe (NZ). She has also written for magazines such as Australian Traveller and Road Rider.

After graduating from the Queensland University of Technology in 2002 with a Masters in Drama, she appeared in regional theatre productions. In 2005, she was cast as Regan McLeod in the television series McLeod's Daughters. She was also cast in the New Zealand series Orange Roughies. She later appeared in films such as The Reef (2010) and Robotropolis (2011).[1]

Personal life[edit]

Naylor married James Trude on 12 May 2007. She later divorced and began dating Aaron Jeffery. The couple welcomed their first child together, a daughter called Sophia Jade Jeffery, in 2012 and their second child, a son called Beau Charles Jeffery in 2016.[2]

Selected filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

  • 2011: Robotropolis
  • 2010: The Reef
  • 2005: Book of Revelation
  • 2004: On the Lurk
  • 2003: Evil Never Dies, Abby
  • 2002: Sugar and Spice
  • 2000: A Love Story
  • 2000: The Product
  • 1999: Fearless, Hetty

Television[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Kimberley Joseph
Co-Host of Gladiators
2008–present
Succeeded by
incumbent