One of Hollywood's rising stars, Zoe McLellan was born and raised in Seattle, Washington, and was able to explore professional acting without leaving home. She made her first appearance on an episode of America's Most Wanted. Soon after, she landed her first big movie as 'Girl Number Two' opposite Richard Dreyfuss in the award-winning Mr. Holland's Opus. All roads pointed to Hollywood and on her first day in Los Angeles, she auditioned and won the role of 'Girl Number Three' in Inventing the Abbotts. Things looked good.
It wasn't long before McLellan began working non-stop in a string of leading roles with more diversity and scope. These included an expansive range of characters from the schizophrenic biologist in the feature Total Stranger, to the weak and fearful hostage in NBC's Home Invasion and as the tough detective with a death wish in the pilot spin-off of Diagnosis Murder.
Science fiction producers can't get enough of McLellan. Fans will remember her as the evil alternate version of Quinn Mallory on the series Sliders, her recurring appearances as the insecure crew member on Star Trek: Voyager, and her current recurring role of the brilliant but mysterious young scientist Kate Easton on Scifi's Invisible Man. Back in the real world, she starred as the loving and supportive girlfriend in the indie feature Stonebrook opposite Seth Green and Brad Rowe. McLellan is grateful for the tremendous range of roles that she has been given the opportunity to play in just four short years.
In 2007, Zoe was cast as Lisa George, the wife of Peter Krause' character, in the ABC dramedy Dirty Sexy Money. McLellan lives in Los Angeles, where between acting assignments she loves hiking, camping and Bikram Yoga.