Zoie Palmer was born on October 28, 1977. This makes her 41 years of age in 2018. She is an English-Canadian. Her birthplace is Camborne, Cornwall, England. Her parents were of British and Irish heritage. She is White or is of the Caucasian ethnicity. Zoie is a lesbian and came out publically in 2014 thanking all those who supported her. She went to Sacred Heart Catholic High School in Newmarket of Ontario.
After this got a Bachelor of Fine Arts from York University in Toronto, Canada, in 2001. Palmer’s first professional experience as an actor was as a teenager in summer stock at the Red Barn Theatre in Jackson’s Point, Ontario, Canada.
Some people struggle with identifying themselves and knowing who they really are. Similarly, Zoie Palmer was also confused about her sexual orientation but at the 2014 Canadian Screen Awards she came out as a lesbian and gave thanks to her partner Alex Lalonde and Palmer’s son. She has had other relationships too, in fact, her son is from a previous relationship of hers. Alex Lalonde is a Canadian film producer, her work is well-appreciated by the Canadian and global audience.
The couple has not given any information regarding when they started together as a couple but they had been spotted together as far back as 2011. We do not know if they will marry or not but now gay marriage is legal so it might be a future plan for them.
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Zoie is an actress who has worked on many projects during her career. Her best-known work till now is as Dr. Lauren Lewis, a major character in the Canadian series Lost Girl. Along with this, she has played a number of supernatural roles such as in Devil’s Perch. One of her first roles was as an extra in Odyssey 5. She has come a long way from there and now has collected many awards. Her latest role is as Wynonna Earp in Jolene in 2018 so she is still going strong. An actor’s salary can never be pinpointed but her net worth is $2 million.
And then you take a deep breath and get on a plane and fly to London England… see you soon Wales…
— Zoie palmer (@ZoiePalmer) November 30, 2018