In the latest issue of GQ magazine, she talks about growing up rich and famous and the burden that causes when she’s trying to make it on her own.
Kravitz is a perfect blend of her parents and shares her father’s talent for singing and acting. She’s also models, even though she’s a diminutive five-feet, two-inches tall. But with her smoldering looks she’s a natural at that as well.
To say Kravitz has been on a hot streak in Hollywood would be an understatement. She appeared in five films last year, including the “Divergent” series with Shailene Woodley and “X-Men, Days of Future Past.”
This year she also has five films on tap: “Dope,” a comedy-drama, screened at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival and won rave reviews. It hits theaters next month. She’s also reprising her role in the Divergent series and stars in action-adventure “Mad Max: Fury Road.”
In her latest film, “Viena and the Fanomes,” she’ll star with Dakota Fanning. She plays a band manager and Fanning is a roadie who travels across North America with a punk band during the 1980s.
Speaking of bands, she’s got her own, “Lolawolf.” She’s been touring around the country, when she’s not making the scene in New York City. She lives in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and exudes a downtown hipster cool that’s effortless.
“It’s so much work,” she says. “But let’s be real: I’m not doing this for the money.”
Just check out her photos and the video below. Let us know your thoughts and be sure to follow IM on Twitter for the latest celebrity news. For more on Zoë, check out GQ online.
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