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Olivia Wilder

Olivia Wilder


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Ohio born Zoe Moon originally moved to Los Angeles to pursue music. She signed a publishing deal with BMG Music and recorded for the legendary Clive Davis' Arista Records, touring across two continents. She headlined her own shows and opened for many personal favorites, including David Bowie, Sir Elton John, Beck, and Hole. Having been initiated into the esoteric world at a very young age, it was natural for Zoe to read astrological charts for those she met on the road, in the studio, on set, or at her concerts.

The technical director on "Will and Grace" approached her to shoot a reality show titled "The Adventures of the Abductees," featuring her band, which aired nationally on cable television for a year. Zoe next came aboard on an independent film company to write, direct, and star in spiritually edgy projects she and her partners would develop.

"Zoe" means "Circle of Life," and is the root word for "zodiac." As her name implies, she began to come full circle when the film industry began pursuing her to read for them. She has spent several years as a much sought-after counselor in private readings for top directors, producers, actors, and writers, and other insiders who are trying to time their premieres, shoot dates, auditions, casting calls, contracts, and to find the right chemistry between actors.

Zoe's popularity crosses all lines, as is evidenced by her loyal following on "The Zoe Moon Astrology Show," a live one-hour radio show every Thursday night on CBS radio's "The New Sky Radio," at 5 pm PT/8 pm ET. She also makes frequent appearances as a favorite guest on several other shows.