Zoe Naylor


Zoe Naylor, TV presenter and actor


Zoe Naylor (Born February 19, 1977 in Sydney, Australia) is a Australian actress. She is best known for her role as Regan McLeod on the series McLeod's Daughters and is the co-host for the Seven Network's revival of the television series Gladiators.

She was educated at Loreto Normanhurst in Sydney, and later graduated with a BA Drama (Masters) from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in 2002, as well as with a BA Journalism from the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) in 1997, completing her first two years of the degree at Charles Sturt University, Bathurst. She has studied at the Philippe Gaulier Drama School in London and is currently completing a Masters in Early Childhood at Macquarie University.

She was the recipient of the Channel Seven Scholarship at Charles Sturt University and the UTS Journalism award for Most Outstanding Broadcast Student. She was also School Captain at her high school — Loreto College Normanhurst.

She has worked in film, theatre, television, radio and in presenting, reporting and producing. She has worked widely as an MC and also has extensive experience in TV commercials and voiceovers. She is also an ambassador for the Prince of Wales Hospital and TAG Heuer.

She played Hetty in the 1999 New Zealand film Fearless.

She has also appeared in Virtual Nightmare (2000 - TV), as Abby on Evil Never Dies (2003 – TV) and as a host on MTV. Her big break came in 2005-2008 when she appeared in 90 episodes on the Channel Nine hit series McLeod's Daughters playing Regan McLeod.

"I just love playing Regan — she is strong and determined and adds another fiery element to the women on Drovers Run. She has great qualities and is a good friend to all" - she said.

Zoe auditioned and successfully secured the position for the female co-host position of the Australian version of Gladiators in 2008 on the Seven Network opposite Tom Williams. She was considered because of her sassy attitude and chemistry with Tom.

Married stockbroker James Trude in May 2007. (Credit: Wikipedia).

Websites

Zoe Naylor official website

Profiles

Gladiators

Channel Seven

Bondi Beach

Celebrities


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