Kravitz has a younger half-sister, Lola Iolani Momoa (born July 2007), and a younger half-brother, Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha Momoa (born December 2008), from his mother’s relationship with the actor. Jason Momoa. Since 2009, she has lived in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York. The song “Flowers for Zoë“, included on her father’s second album, Mama Said, was written as a tribute to Zoë.
She had a relationship with actor Ezra Miller from 2009 to 2011, with whom she shared a film set seven years after ending their relationship in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. She has been in a relationship with Karl Glusman since 2016. They got engaged in November 2018 and married in a private ceremony in May 2019.
Personal Information of Zoë Kravitz:
Full Name: Zoë Isabella Kravitz
Nick Naeme: Kraptritz
Date of Birth: December 1, 1988
Age: 32 Years, (2020)
Sun Sign: Sagittarius
Born In: Venice, Los Angeles, California, United States
Kravitz was born in Venice Beach, Los Angeles, California, across from the canal, to the home of his parents, actress Lisa Bonet and musician Lenny Kravitz.
His paternal grandmother, actress Roxie Roker, was Bahamian-American and a cousin of Al Roker, and his paternal grandfather, Sy Kravitz, was Jewish-Ukrainian. Kravitz’s maternal grandfather Allen Bonet is African American, his maternal grandmother Arlene Litman was Jewish.
Kravitz’s parents married in 1987 and divorced six years later, in 1993, when she was five years old. She lived with her mother until she was eleven years old, then lived with her father, while summers were spent with his mother.
Kravitz attended Miami Country Day School in Miami, Florida, and then Rudolf Steiner School in Manhattan, New York, graduating in 2007. He began college that year, studying acting conservatory at SUNY Purchase. He dropped out of college after a year and moved to Brooklyn to work in movies.
Professional Life of Zoë Kravitz:
Kravitz made his film debut in 2007 with the film No Reservations, starring Catherine Zeta-Jones and Aaron Eckhart. That same year, she played a teenage prostitute in the action thriller The Brave One, starring Jodie Foster and Terrence Howard. Kravitz finished her work on both films during her senior year of high school.
She starred in Jay-Z’s music video “I Know” in 2008, and sang in the will.i.am video “We Are The Ones,” in support of US presidential candidate Barack Obama.
That year, Kravitz appeared in the movie Birds of America, a comedy-drama about a dysfunctional family starring Matthew Perry. She co-starred in the independent drama The Greatest, which premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. Kravitz played a character addicted to emotional support service groups.
In 2009 she completed her work on the film Yelling to the Sky, starring Gabourey Sidibe and Tim Blake Nelson. Kravitz played Sweetness O’Hara, a troubled 17-year-old from Queens, New York.
In 2010, he appeared in It’s Kind of a Funny Story, a film adapted from Ned Vizzini’s 2006 novel. That same year, Kravitz appeared in Twelve, an adaptation of Nick McDonell’s novel of the same name, which is about a group of wealthy and reckless teenagers from Manhattan’s Upper East Side. It premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival.
Kravitz played the role of Evie Wallace, a high school sex columnist, in the teen comedy Beware the Gonzo. The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2010.
In 2011, she appeared in eight episodes of the Californication series playing Pearl, an uninhibited musician that recruits Becca (Madeleine Martin) into her girl band, Queens of Dogtown.
Kravitz was cast by Australian film director George Miller to star in Mad Max: Fury Road. Shooting in Australia was originally scheduled to begin in early 2011, but production was postponed until 2012.
She would co-star in X-Men: First Generation, playing Angel Salvadore, a teenage mutant with superhuman abilities. The film is a prequel to the X-Men film series, and is set in the 1960s during the Missile Crisis. Kravitz filmed in London and practiced Wire fu for her role, to simulate her ability to fly.
In 2014 he co-starred in Divergente, an adaptation of the young adult novel of the same name Divergente. There she played Christina, a character from a futuristic society divided into five factions, alongside Shailene Woodley, the protagonist of the film, directed by Neil Burger. In 2015, she resumed her role as Christina in the sequel Insurgente.
In 2017, she plays Bonnie Carlson, second wife of Nathan Carlson – Madeline Martha Mackenzie’s ex-husband Reese Witherspoon – in the HBO-produced miniseries Big Little Lies.
Kravitz has modeled for fashion magazines such as French Jalouse, Zine Venus, and Elle. In November 2009, she was the face of Vera Wang’s fragrance, Princess, and was featured on the website and advertisements for the brand. She also starred in a campaign for fashion designer Alexander Wang.
Kravitz led the New York band Elevator Fight, formed in 2009. The band has performed at the South by Southwest music festival. Kravitz has stated that his music career is a hobby. She currently uses Lolawolf as her stage name, with which she has released an EP.
He has also collaborated with Miley Cyrus, with whom he maintains a good friendship, being his opening act on the Australian leg of the 2014 Bangerz Tour, and is appearing in the music video “Bitch” for his character Lolawolf. On July 20, 2016, he released a collaborative single called “Teardrop” with Cyrus.