Zoe Tapper hails from Bromley, Kent and is a product of both the Academy Drama School and the Central School of Speech and Drama.
She graduated from the latter in the spring of 2003, just mere days before appearing in her first movie.
She is known for portraying Anya Raczynski in Survivors and Mina Harker in Demons. She trained at the Academy Drama School and the Central School of Speech and Drama, from which she graduated in the spring of 2003, days before taking on her first film role.
On stage Tapper has appeared in Epitaph for George Dillon in the West End, and Othello at Shakespeare's Globe.
She is known for portraying Anya Raczynski in Survivors and Mina Harker in Demons.
Zoe Tapper (born 26 October 1981) is an English actress who first came to prominence playing Nell Gwynne in Richard Eyre's award-winning film Stage Beauty in 2004.
Her Father worked first as a wine buyer for Sainsbury's and then went on to be an advisor for the National Farmer's Union.
Her mother (Yvonne Tapper) isthe Vice-Principal of a Further Education Centre and comes from Grimsby.Following her film debut in Stage Beauty, Tapper played Gwendolyn in Mrs.Palfrey at the Claremont (2005), alongside Joan Plowright, and Diana Shaw in These Foolish Things (2006), alongside Anjelica Huston.That year, she appeared as Sheila Steafel in the 2008 BBC television play, The Curse of Steptoe.She later signed on for parts in Affinity, Small Dark Places, and The Grind.(Photo courtesy of Simon James - Wire Image)Zoe has one brother.On television, Zoe Tapper has been seen on several shows.