If you’re thinking, "Where have I seen Zoey Deutch before?" then you’re in the right place. You might not realize it, but you've probably spotted her in lots of things. From movies to TV series, her credits keep piling up. Deutch is set to star in at least four films in 2017 alone: teen drama Before I Fall, the J.D. Salinger biopic Rebel in the Rye, dramedy Flower, and James Franco's The Disaster Artist.
There's no denying that Deutch has range. She also comes from a talented family - she happens to be the real-life daughter of veteran actress Lea Thompson. Mother and daughter have even co-starred in a few projects.
What has Zoey Deutch been in? The short answer: everything. Though her professional credits only date back to 2011, Deutch has been popping up all over the place. It's nearly impossible to have not seen her in something - but if for some reason you haven't, you will soon.
Do you remember when Jennifer Lawrence appeared in an episode of Monk? Or when Emma Stone (credited as Riley Stone) had a one episode role on Medium? Or when Emmy Rossum popped up in Law & Order? Probably not - but are you seeing the pattern here? Just like those actresses, Deutch had an early role on a basic cable staple: she appeared in a Season 8 episode of NCIS in 2011.
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The 2011 film Mayor Cupcake marks Deutch's film debut. The movie follows a cupcake maker (Lea Thompson) who reluctantly becomes the mayor of a small town. Deutch starred alongside her mother and sister (Madelyn Deutch).see more on Mayor Cupcake
In 2010, Deutch joined the Disney Channel show The Suite Life on Deck for its third and final season. She played Maya, a love interest for Dylan Sprouse's Zack. In the finale, her character breaks up with Zack and joins the Peace Corps.
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Deutch made a guest appearance on the short-lived series Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior in 2011. Appearing in the Season 1 episode "The Girl in The Blue Mask," she played, well, the girl in the blue mask. Her character's over-the-top backstory included a killer father who wanted to give his supposedly hideous daughter a face transplant.see more on Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior