Caitlin Zoz is a New York and London based artist.
She has worked continuously for 15 years as an actor, director, voice over artist and in theatrical production.
She is currently appearing on the Apple TV+ series Silo alongside Rebecca Ferguson, Tim Robbins, David Oyelowo, Common and Rashida Jones.
She is also currently in post-production on her first feature, Come Home, which she co-directed and co-produced through her production company Caching Productions Inc. She stars in it, alongside Chinaza Uche, Paton Ashbrook, Sathya Sridharan and Daphne Ashbrook.
She was a Lead and producer on the Feature film How to Rob which got into the Boston Independent film festival and the New Hampshire Film festival.
She has been seen on stage in New York and regionally in productions of All of My Blood (Dir. Taylor Haven Holt) The Witch of St. Elmora Street (writer: Joey Merlo) Inside, Broken City (PopUP Theatrics), Dance Dance Revolution (Dir. Alex Timbers) and The Wolves (TheaterWorks Hartford, CT Critics Award Best Ensemble).
She assisted Neil Mazzella and Sam Ellis at Hudson Theatrical Studios on more than 20 Broadway productions including Fela!, Porgy and Bess, The Glass Menagerie and Glengarry Glen Ross.
She is a graduate of the Experimental Theatre Wing at the Tisch School of Drama.