Returned to features with a role in "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close," Stephen Daldry's feature adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer's novel; co-starred Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock
Landed supporting role opposite Nicole Kidman in "Birth"
Contributed voice to the character Grand Councilwoman in animated feature "Lilo & Stitch"; reprised voice role on Disney Channel's "Lilo & Stitch: The Series"
Returned to acting in Broadway in "Master Class," portraying opera diva Maria Callas; won fourth Tony Award in part expressly written for her by playwright Terrence McNally
Co-starred in off-Broadway production of Terrence McNally's play "A Perfect Ganesh"
Staged Israel Horowitz's play "Park Your Car in Harvard Yard" on Broadway
Made rare TV appearance in the Disney Channel movie "Lantern Hill"
Brought in as director on the troubled production of Shakespeare's "Macbeth," starring Glenda Jackson and Christopher Plummer
Acted in the one-person drama "Lillian" as the playwright and author Lillian Hellman
Cast in first film acting role in Woody Allen's "The Purple Rose of Cairo"
Reprised title role in the PBS presentation of "Medea"
Returned to Broadway in the title role of "Medea," co-starring Dame Judith Anderson
Portrayed legendary actress Sarah Bernhardt in the Canadian TV production "Sarah;" aired in the U.S. on "Great Performances" (PBS)
Made Broadway directorial debut with "An Almost Perfect Person," starring Colleen Dewhurst
Starred opposite Robert Shaw in NYC stage production of "Dance of Death"
Appeared in Arthur Miller's play "The Creation of the World and Other"
Landed title role in the Broadway production of "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie"; won second Tony Award
Made Broadway debut in the short-lived run of Tennessee Williams' "Slapstick Tragedy"; won first of four Tony Awards
Signed contract with the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon; worked with Laurence Olivier, Charles Laughton, Ian Holm, Paul Robeson and Sam Wanamaker
Raised in Melbourne, Australia
At age 19, joined the Union Theatre Repertory Company (a forerunner of the Melbourne Theatre Company); worked with Barry Humphries
Made stage debut at age nine in a Melbourne production of "Peter Pan"; played Slightly Soiled, one of the lost boys
Her first name was pronounced "ZO" not "ZO-EE."