Zosia Mamet

Hailing from a culturally accomplished family, Zosia Mamet first made an impact with twenty-something viewers on the critically acclaimed series "Girls" (HBO, 2012- ). She was the daughter of Lindsay Crouse and ... Read more »
Born: 02/02/1988 in Randolph, Vermont, USA


Actor (24)

Girls 2011 - 2017 (TV Show)


Emily & Tim 2016 (Movie)

Emily (Actor)

Goldbricks in Bloom 2016 (Movie)

Cleo (Actor)

Star vs. the Forces of Evil 2016 (Tv Show)


The Late Show With Stephen Colbert 2016 (Tv Show)


Wiener-Dog 2016 (Movie)

Zoe (Actor)

Bleeding Heart 2015 (Movie)

Shiva (Actor)

The Simpsons 2015 (Tv Show)


Dominion 2014 (Movie)

Penny (Actor)

Late Night with Seth Meyers 2014 (Tv Show)


Rhymes With Banana 2014 (Movie)

Z (Actor)

Shiva & May 2014 (Movie)

Shiva (Actor)

The Art of Love 2014 (Movie)


High School USA! 2012 - 2013 (TV Show)


The Late Show With David Letterman 2013 (Tv Show)


Mad Men 2010, 2012 (Tv Show)


Parenthood 2010 - 2011 (Tv Show)


Sunset Stories 2011 (Movie)

Bethany (Actor)

Cherry 2010 (Movie)

Darcy (Actor)

Greenberg 2010 (Movie)

Party Guest (Actor)

The Kids Are All Right 2010 (Movie)

Sasha (Actor)

United States of Tara 2010 (Tv Show)


The Unit 2006 - 2007 (Tv Show)


Parallel Lives (TV Show)



Hailing from a culturally accomplished family, Zosia Mamet first made an impact with twenty-something viewers on the critically acclaimed series "Girls" (HBO, 2012- ). She was the daughter of Lindsay Crouse and legendary Hollywood scribe David Mamet, as well as the granddaughter of Russel Crouse, the co-writer of such classic musicals as "The Sound of Music" (1965). Not surprisingly, she benefited from her family connections, appearing in many of their projects. After small roles in "Parallel Lives" (TK, 1994), "Colin Fitz Lives!" (1997) and "Spartan" (2004), Mamet notched a recurring role on the military procedural "The Unit" (CBS, 2006-09). She was cast in the juicy role of daughter Saffron on the American attempt to reimagine "Absolutely Fabulous" (BBC One, 1992-96, 2001-04, 2011- ), but the pilot never made it to series.




Lindsay Crouse Actor

Born May 12, 1948

Russel Crouse Play as Source Material

Born Feb. 29, 1893; co-wrote such classic American musicals as "Anything Goes" (1936) and "The Sound of Music" (1965) Died April 3, 1966

Evan Jonigkeit Actor

Met and began dating. Married the first weekend of October 2016.

David Mamet Screenplay

Born Nov. 30, 1947



Was the star of the short film "Mildred & The Dying Parlor"


Was the star of the indie-comedy "Goldbricks in Bloom"


Had a guest-starring role on the Netflix comedy "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"


Was the lead actress in "The Boy Downstairs"


Nabbed a supporting part in the comedy "Wiener-Dog"


Starred alongside Jessica Biel in "Bleeding Heart"


Played a recurring part on "High School USA!"


Co-starred as naive student Shoshanna opposite series creator Lena Dunham on the HBO comedy "Girls"


Played Peggy's lesbian friend Joyce Ramsay on AMC's "Mad Men"


Cast in minor role as a hyper-sexualized teen in "The Kids Are All Right"


Appeared in recurring role on "United States of Tara" (Showtime)


Landed recurring role on action drama "The Unit" (CBS), executive-produced by her father David


Feature debut, "Colin Fitz Lives!" opposite John C. McGinley and William H. Macy


Made screen acting debut in the TV-movie "Parallel Lives"

Bonus Trivia


"I am a huge advocate of empowering women—the idea of women supporting each other and supporting themselves and making strong choices that make them happy. I think often feminism gets a very narrow definition. It's not about making s***-tons of money and running a Fortune 500 company. It’s about doing what makes you feel good as a woman, and if that’s being a stay-at-home mom, you can be just as much of a feminist that way as you can as a fighter pilot." - from www.allure.com, September 12, 2014


"I really didn’t know my dad that well, and it was wonderful finally to find that relationship. It’s great, we’re incredibly close now. I have a wonderful stepmom, great half-siblings, and my older sister is wonderful. And I’ve gotten to create my own family with my friends." - from The Telegraph, February 3, 2014


"I understand why people sometimes say that some celebrity was such a bitch. Sometimes I’m late for a doctor’s appointment. Sometimes I’m being called to the set. I don’t always have time. I would like to be a little more anonymous." - from The New York Times, January 2, 2013


"There’s been an interesting perspective shift: wanting to get married and have kids is almost thought of as unfeminist. It’s come to be seen as weak or desperate or that your priorities are out of whack. I think the definition of feminism has been a bit bastardised, and it needs to be addressed. It doesn’t mean losing your femininity." - from The Telegraph, February 3, 2014


Zosia is the daughter of the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Mamet.