Zosia Mamet is one of the most exciting young talents in film and television. Zosia stars as ‘Shoshanna’ in the Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award-winning HBO series “Girls,” helmed by Lena Dunham, Judd Apatow, and Jenni Konner. The final season premieres in February 2017.
This May, Zosia will star opposite Maura Tierney and Norbert Leo Butz in the Off-Broadway world premiere of “The Whirligig.” Zosia originally made her stage debut in the 2013 critically-acclaimed Off-Broadway MCC production of “Really Really,” directed by David Cromer.
Zosia recently completed production on “Under the Silver Lake” opposite Andrew Garfield, Riley Keough and Jimmi Simpson. She also completed the independent comedic film “The Boy Downstairs,” written and directed by Sophie Brooks. Last spring, Zosia starred in the short film "Mildred & the Dying Parlor."
Zosia will play Patti Smith in “Mapplethorpe,” writer-director Ondi Timoner's Robert Mapplethrope biopic. Her film credits include "Wiener-Dog," "Greenberg" and the Academy Award nominated film "The Kids Are All Right." Her television credits include high-profile supporting roles in “Mad Men,” “United States of Tara,” “Parenthood,” and “The Unit.”
Originally from Randolph, Vermont, Zosia is the daughter of David Mamet and Lindsay Crouse. She currently resides in New York City.