Actor. Singer. Dancer.
Zoë Lin Rosas is known for her strong commitment
and passion to the roles she brings to life on stage.
She is a Mexican American actor, singer, and
dancer born in Fort Myers, Florida, and raised in
Orlando, Florida. On stage, Zoë has been
described as a ball of fire.
Zoë’s interest and love for theatre ignited when
she saw her older brother perform as the Mason
worker in the musical, Working, at his high school.
She was first seen in Rodgers and Hammerstein Ⅱ’s
The King and I at the Anderson Theatre in
Fort Myers, FL at the age of 8 and most recently
appeared in Jacksonville University’s very first
produced student written play, String by Carlos
Adorno, as Aunty in October 2018. Zoë’s other
credits include performances in In the Heights (Nina),
Miracle on 34th Street (Susan Walker), Alpha Psi
Omega’s production of Spring Awakening
(Thea), and more. This coming March 20th, Zoë
will be performing at the Night of Song and
Theater Benefit Concert to help raise money for
the northeast Florida Inspire School Program
in St. Augustine.
Zoë recently attended the Kennedy Center
American College Theatre Festival back in February
for the first time as an Irene Ryan nominee and to portray Aunty in String as it was 1 of the 5 invited mainstage productions to present at KCACTF. In the SFX makeup world, Zoë models for make-up artist, Andrea Vilariño-Gonzalez. In 2016, Andrea won the "Jose Cuervo Día De Los Muertos" makeup competition with Zoë featured as her model.
Accompanied by composer John Bucchino on the piano, Zoë in September 2016, sang one of his works, "Don't Ever Stop Saying I Love You" from A Catered Affair. Back in 2014, Zoë performed composer Jake Runestad's world premier song, "Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel" with the Osceola All County Honor Choir under the direction of Runestad himself.
Offstage, Zoë brings pure joy and magic to guests from all over the world at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Universal Orlando Resort whilst enjoying a good taco every now and then. She is currently pursuing a B.F.A in Musical Theatre at Jacksonville University and is expected to graduate Spring 2019. At Jacksonville University, Zoë has served as the Vice President in Alpha Psi Omega, a national theatre honor society and is also a member of SNATS, a club dedicated in teaching the art of singing. An animal lover, Zoë from time to time volunteers for First Coast No More Homeless Pets. She is also a firm believer of the organization, Families Belong Together.