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Welcome to ZoëTapperNet - everything you need to know about the talented British television, film and radio actress: Zoë Tapper.

An established film, television and radio actress, Zoë has appeared in many productions, including her first leading role in Twenty Thousand Streets Under The Sky for BBC Television and full television series, with starring roles in such productions as Desperate Romantics, Demons, Mr. Selfridge and the BBC remake of the classic Terry Nation sci-fi series Survivors. Zoë is a guest star in an episode of BBCOne's drama: The Musketeers.

Zoë is currently filming a two-part serial - Valentine's Kiss - for transmission in 2015.

Zoë has appeared in numerous films for both the big screen and for television, including Baseline, Cheerful Weather For The Wedding and What You Will, working alongside such actors as Lauren Bacall, Angelica Huston, Terence Stamp, Stephen Graham and Elizabeth McGovern.

Zoë is an experienced radio artist, performing in such plays as Playing With Trains, Up The Junction and The Cazalets on BBC Radio 4 and Votes For Women on BBC Radio 3. She has also recorded audio books, playing the part of Pilot for the renewed Blake's 7 audiobook series.

Read Zoë's full biography


The MusketeersZoë guest-stars in an episode of the BBCAmerica Sunday night drama: The Musketeers.

Set on the streets of 17th century Paris, the new 10 part series gives a contemporary take on the classic story about a group of highly trained soldiers and bodyguards assigned to protect King and country.

Playing the musketeers are up-and-coming actors Luke Pasqualino (d’Artagnan), Santiago Cabrera (Aramis), Tom Burke (Athos) and Howard Charles (Porthos).

The Musketeers also stars Peter Capaldi (Cardinal Richelieu) and Alexandra Dowling (Queen Anne) with guest appearances from Vinny Jones, Jason Flemyng, Tara Fitzgerald and Zoë.


    BBC Radio 4 - The CazaletsZoë played Zoe Cazalet in radio dramatisations of Elizabeth Jane Howard's five books about The Cazalet family.

    The Cazalets books follow the lives and loves of three generations of the Cazalet family over a number of years before, during and after the Second World War.

    More information about The Cazalets on The Cazalets page.

    Listen to book 5 on the Cazalets Audio Clips page.

  • Votes for Women

    BBC Radio 3Zoë played Vida Levering in a radio dramatisation of Elizabeth Robins' 1907 play Votes for Women on BBC Radio 3 .

    Produced and directed by Marion Nancarrow, the story is set in 1907 and is about Jean and her meeting with the mysterious and beautiful Vida Levering.

    Jean, a young and somewhat ignorant woman, is engaged to the politician Stonor, who is up for election for Cabinet Minister. At her aunt Lady John's house, she meets the beautiful and mysterious Miss Levering, an independent lady who has lived through a great deal in her past and is now fighting for women's rights...

    Listen to the play on the Audio Clips page.

  • Up The Junction

    BBC Radio 4Zoë played Lily in a radio dramatisation of Nell Dunn's book Up The Junction on BBC Radio 4 .

    Dramatised by Georgia Fitch, the story is about a young writer from Chelsea who decides to swap her privileged life for a grittier experience in industrial Battersea.

    We join Lily as she embarks on life in the working class community, forming strong friendships with sisters Sylvie and Rube and working in the local sweet factory. The girls scrape together enough to get by on, live in each other's pockets and shake off whatever drama life throws at them.

    Listen to the play on the Audio Clips page.

  • Mr. Selfridge

    Ellen LoveZoë played showgirl Ellen Love in Series One of ITV's costume drama series Mr. Selfridge.

    Based on the book Shopping, Seduction and Mr. Selfridge by Lindy Woodhead, series one concentrates on the beginning of the Selfridges store in London.

    Starring Jeremy Piven as Harry Selfridge, Series One aired during 2013.

    Mr. Selfridge - About the Series

So long… and Thanks for All the Fish!

Sadly, after nearly seven years of being the number one source for information about the stunning and talented actress Zoë Tapper, I am going to have to close down the website doors quite soon.

I am proud of the fact that I've never asked for donations, or had to resort to advertising or pop-ups (a pet-hate of mine!) to keep the site running over the last six years, however - inevitably I suppose - there had to come a point where the costs of hosting and domain name rental have risen above that which I can now afford.

Closing the site (and the associated FaceBook and Twitter feeds) makes me no less of a fan of Zoë's than I was before and of course, I will continue to support Zoe's work for as long as I am able - and my sincere hope is that you will too! You are, after all, reading this article on a website about Zoë!

So, many thanks to the millions of visitors that we've had over the last seven years (and it's around the nine million mark!) and the returning visitors that comment on the social media and have followed Zoë's professional career through this website. I really do thank you for your support.

Finally, it would be remiss of me not to offer my heartfelt thanks to Ms Zoë Tapper herself! Without Zoë, of course, I wouldn't have a website in the first place and we would have all missed out on a shining talent since she started her acting career in 2003. We've been treated to bawdy wenches, frustrated wives, friendly vampires, lonely doctors and Edwardian showgirls - and that's just on tv! All of that - and more - is down to Zoë's talent and wit.

So thank you Zoë Tapper, for supporting me, for being brilliant and being a lovely person!


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