|Born||Zosia Russell Mamet
February 2, 1988
Randolph, Vermont, U.S.
Zosia Russell Mamet (//) (born February 2, 1988) is an American actress and musician, who has appeared in television series including Mad Men, United States of Tara and Parenthood and as Shoshanna Shapiro on the HBO original series Girls.
Mamet was born in Randolph, Vermont. She is the daughter of American playwright, essayist, screenwriter, and film director David Mamet and actress Lindsay Crouse. Her maternal grandfather was playwright Russel Crouse and her maternal great-grandfather was educator John Erskine. She has a sister, Willa, who is a singer, and two half-siblings, Clara, who is also an actress and director, and Noah. She identifies as Jewish (her father is Jewish and her mother is Buddhist). She lived in New England until age five when her mother moved to Pacific Palisades, California with her and Willa. After finishing high school, Mamet decided to pursue acting instead of going to college. Mamet is currently in a relationship with actor Evan Jonigkeit.
In May 2013, Mamet and her sister Clara, dubbing themselves The Cabin Sisters, listed a project on the crowdfunding site, Kickstarter, requesting $32,000 for a video of their song "Bleak Love". The Mamets were heavily criticised for this with articles highlighting the expense of the project, the gifts offered in return for money pledged (45 minute Skype call for $2,000 and a download of their album for $25) and the idea that the money would allow the sisters to spend more time together. After two of the eleven days allowed for money to be raised had passed, the project only reached 6% funding. After the 11 allocated days, less than $3,000 was raised.
|1997||Colin Fitz Lives!||Lost Fan|
|2009||Half Truth||Girl||Short film|
|2009||Off the Ledge||Jenny|
|2010||Kids Are All Right, TheThe Kids Are All Right||Sasha|
|2010||Greenberg||Girl at Party|
|2011||Snuggle Bunny: Man's Most Lovable Predator||The Daughter||Short film|
|2012||Rhymes with Banana||Z|
|2013||Last Keepers, TheThe Last Keepers||Rhea Carver|
|2016||Mildred & The Dying Parlor||Mildred||Short film|
|2016||The Boy Downstairs||Diana||Completed|
|2016||Goldbricks in Bloom||Cleo||In post-production|
|1994||Parallel Lives||Shannon||TV film|
|2006–07||Unit, TheThe Unit||Christine Ross||Recurring role (5 episodes)|
|2009||Ab Fab||Saffron||TV film|
|2009||War Wolves||Rudy||TV film|
|2010||United States of Tara||Courtney||Recurring role (7 episodes)|
|2010||Miss USA's Sexy Halloween||Beatrice||Video short|
|2010–11||Parenthood||Kelsey||Recurring role (5 episodes)|
|2010–12||Mad Men||Joyce Ramsay||Recurring role (5 episodes)|
|2012–present||Girls||Shoshanna Shapiro||Main role|
|2013||High School USA!||Amber Lamber (voice)||Main role|
|2014||Regular Show||Celia||Episode: The Postcard|
|2016||Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt||Sue Thompstein||Episode: Kimmy Drives a Car!|
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- HBO: Girls: Shoshanna Shapiro: Bio
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- Daily Mail