Zoe Terakes

Inside Biography

Zoe Terakes, an Australian-born non-binary actor with a preference for 'they/them' pronouns, notably worked as Reb Keane in the TV series Wentworth (2020-21). From college days, Zoe sought interest in acting & saw success journey from stage to on-screen. Throughout these years, Terakes has made notable TV appearances in Janet King (2017), The End (2018)Bondi Slayer (2020).

How Old Is Zoe Terakes? What's Their Nationality?

Born on March 23, 2000, in Australia, Zoe Terakes is an Australian by nationality & currently is based in Sydney, New South Wales. As of March 2021, Terakes who stands 5 feet 5 inches tall is 21 years old.

While details of Zoe's family is yet to be out, they mention that their parents are very supportive of their career. Moreover. the Australian actor grew up with siblings. In an interview with Traveller, Terakes revealed that they come from a mixed ethnicity; have Italian-Greek ancestry.

Terakes is openly non-binary & prefers pronouns 'they/them'. Speaking of their gender, Zoe is a female. 

Debut & Breakthrough In Acting Career- Portrayed Reb Keane in 'Wentworth'

By the age of 11, Zoe Terakes began taking drama cla s ses but was not serious about it as a career until their drama teacher urged them to audition for a role in ABC’s legal drama Janet King & won the role of Pearl Perati.

In 2017, Zoe made an on-screen debut through the TV series Janet King (7 episodes) featuring Marta Dusseldorp, Damian Walshe-Howling & Hamish Michael. After that, they worked in the 2018 short-film The Craft before a 2-year hiatus from on-screen.

Between that period, they auditioned & made their stage debut as Catherine in Arthur Miller's theater production A View from the Bridge at the Old Fitz, directed by Iain Sinclair. Currently, Terakes performs the play at the Ensemble Theatre.

CAPTION: Zoe Terakes as Reb Keane in the TV series Wentworth (2020-21) SOURCE: TVNZ

The Australian actor grabbed a career breakthrough after portraying Rebecca Keane, a trans woman in the TV series Wentworth (2020-21, 20 episodes) starring Kate Atkinson, Robbie Magasiva, Jacqueline Brennan & Celia Ireland. Moreover, in 2020, Zoe played a lesbian vampire slayer Kristy in an episode of Bondi Slayer.

Other acting credits Terakes include films: Ellie & Abbie (& Ellie's Dead Aunt), Her Own Music (2020, short), Sunburn (2020, short) & Are You Still Watching? (2021, short).

As per IMDB, they are set to appear in the TV mini-series Nine Perfect Strangers (2021), & short-films: Brace and Right Here.

Net Worth Of  Zoe Terakes

Online sources estimate that Zoe Terakes has an estimated net worth of $100,000 in 2021. Most of their earning came through acting career; with acclaimed TV works in Janet King (2017)Wentworth (2020-21). With only 4 years in the acting industry, Terakes saw wide recognition on-screen & records 12 acting credits; thanks to promising acting.

While the exact earnings of them is yet to be disclosed, they allegedly earn tens of thousand dollars-an-episode from TV career.

Who Is Zoe Terakes Dating?

Shortly after landing into TV fame in the late 2010s, Zoe came out publicly as gay (lesbian) and defines themself as non-binary. An avid Instagram user (@zoeterakes) with over 36.6K followers, Terakes is proud of her sexuality & never seems shy about anything, about their love life to speak of.

Despite the fact that they kept their family details low-key, they couldn't hold back the secret of their dating story. Currently, the Wentworth star is dating Instagram influencer & model Kathleen Ebbs, though has not opened up about the courtship yet.

CAPTION: Zoe Terakes & their girlfriend Kathleen SOURCE: [email protected]

Both Zoe and Kathleen share adorable snaps of each other on their respective Instagram. Also, the actor posts pictures of their best friend named Muffin Ha s sall, who goes by the Instagram handle @gemma_ha s sall.

Terakes is active on Twitter as well; has 2.5K followers on their account @zoeterakes in 2021. Aside from acting, Zoe Terakes serves as a vocal advocate for the LGBTQ communities and Indigenous Issues.

by chandra, 29 Mar, 2021

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