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Zoe Lister-Jones Comes Out as Queer at Film Awards

Hollywood’s very own Zoe Lister-Jones has just shared some news: she’s queer and proudly dating filmmaker Sammi Cohen!

Known for her roles in Law & Order and alongside Angelina Jolie in Salt, Zoe chose a dazzling moment at the Film Independent Spirit Awards to let us all know her truth.

Zoe’s Bold Step into Queer Visibility

During a chat with The Hollywood Reporter, Zoe didn’t just talk about her new love; she made a vibrant call for change. “I’m here, I’m queer, I have some fear, but I’m working through it,” she declared, capturing hearts and minds. Zoe and Sammi Cohen, a brilliant mind behind the movie Crush, are the new power couple on the block, showing everyone that love knows no bounds.

A Cheer for Genderless Glory

Zoe didn’t stop at just sharing her joy; she championed a cause. She praised the Film Independent Spirit Awards’ for their’ gender-neutral categories and encouraged other award shows to do the same. “Make categories genderless,” she urged, pointing out how this inclusivity opens doors for countless talented voices in the industry.

“Slip” into Zoe’s World of Creativity

Zoe also shined a spotlight on her project Slip, a testament to her multifaceted talent as she took on the roles of writer, director, and star. This nomination at the awards wasn’t just a nod to her creativity but a celebration of her journey.

Life, Love, and Moving Forward

Even amidst the glitz and glamour, Zoe shared a snippet of her personal life, revealing her close bond with ex-husband Daryl Wein. Their shared history in filmmaking remains a cherished part of her journey.

Zoe joins the radiant lineup of stars like Billie Eilish, Ncuti Gatwa, Amanda Tori Meating, and Wayne Brady, who have all recently embraced their LGBTQ+ identities.

Zoe Lister-Jones stands out as a beacon of courage and inspiration in a world craving authenticity and representation.

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Zoe Lister-Jones Comes Out as Queer at Film Awards

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