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Zoe Terakes in A24 horror film Talk to Me

Zoe Terakes hits out after Kuwait bans their new movie Talk to Me

Australian trans actor Zoe Terakes has hit out at a country for banning their new horror film Talk to Me simply because they appear in it. The new Australian film follows a group of teenagers who dabble in a supernatural party game with an embalmed hand that allows them to conjure spirits. The Hollywood Reporter …

Kim Leutwyler Archibald Prize finalist for Zoe Terakes portrait in 2023

Archibald portrait of Zoe Terakes ‘a love letter to trans joy’

Sydney artist Kim Leutwyler has become an Archibald Prize finalist for the seventh time for her portrait of trans masc, non-binary actor Zoe Terakes. The Archibald Prize is Australia’s prestigious art prize and is awarded each year to a portrait depicting someone “distinguished in art, letters, science or politics.” The Art Gallery of NSW unveiled …

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Actor Zoe Terakes shares news of gender-affirming surgery

In a post to Instagram, Zoe Terakes shared the news of their gender-affirming surgery with a touching message. Terakes shared an Instagram reel where they touch their chest, captioned, “I look like me now. ” Best known for roles in “Wentworth” and “Nine Perfect Strangers”. The non-binary and trans-masc actor actively advocates for increased non-binary …

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Zoe Terakes joins cast of Marvel Studios’ Ironheart

Australian actor Zoe Terakes will be joining the cast of Marvel Studios’ upcoming Disney + series, Lionheart. Terakes, who is nonbinary and transgender, is best known for their roles in Wentworth and Nine Perfect Strangers. Deadline reported that Terakes has been cast in a key role in the series, though Marvel refused to comment. Ironheart will …

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‘Not an easy decision’: Non-binary actor Zoe Terakes opens up

Non-binary Australian actor Zoe Terakes has opened up about deciding which award category to enter into at the next AACTA Awards, Australia’s annual film awards, for their work on screen last year. Terakes (pictured) is in consideration for Best Lead Actor in a Feature Film for the queer romantic comedy Ellie and Abbie (and Ellie’s …