Zoé Héran is an actress. Her first role as a child was in a short film by Julie Granier, Les Amis de Mimi, released in 2006, for a France Television series against racism. Spotted in a children's modeling agency by director Céline Sciamma, she played in her first feature film at the age of 11, Tomboy, where she played a girl who pretends to be a boy. She has a career between short and feature films. With Max, the story of a young woman passionate about mechanics as a trainee in a car garage, she won the prize for best actress in the short films selection at the Cabourg film festival in 2019.