ZZ Moor is currently in rehearsal for The Mountaintop at Capital Stage Company. Recent regional credits include Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at the African American Shakespeare Company and Race by David Mamet at the San Jose Stage Company.
Moor received her MFA in Acting from the National Theatre Conservatory, where continued to cultivate and develop her passion for play. Moor has worked for the Denver Center Theatre Company, Curious Theatre, the Colorado Symphony, and played Lady Anne in Richard III at the Colorado Shakespeare Festival. Some of Moor’s favorite roles include, Emily Webb in Our Town, Kate Nickleby in Nicholas Nickleby, Francine/Lena in Clybourne Park, Shen Te in Good Woman of Setzuan and For Colored Girls When the Rainbow is Enuf. Moor was the winner of the 2010 Denver Post Ovation Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama in For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf. Moor’s performance garnered notable mentions from Denver’s most influential theatre critics.
Television and film credits include, NBC’s Trauma, Vh1 Soul, KMVT 15, Link TV, The National Geographic, Rent, as well as various national and regional commercials. Moor graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in Radio and Television during which she served as Host and Reporter for various outlets including NPR, PRI, and KQED. Her work with Youth Radio contributed to the 2001 George Foster Peabody Award.
In addition to acting and writing, Moor loves to sing and dance, which she displayed in a National TV Commercial for Encore.
Check out her band Exes 4 Eyes.