As Dr. Andrea Park in NBC's  The Blindspot,  opposite Jessica Hecht.

As Dr. Andrea Park in NBC's The Blindspot, opposite Jessica Hecht.

As Margarita in  The Master and Margarita , The Russian Arts Theater and Studio

As Margarita in The Master and Margarita, The Russian Arts Theater and Studio

With Sullivan Stapleton in  The Blindspot.

With Sullivan Stapleton in The Blindspot.

DI ZHU 

Di Zhu is a critically-acclaimed actress, classical pianist and the Managing Director at The Russian Arts Theater and Studio. Her work in the theater has taken her to stages throughout New York City, as well as London, Scotland, Turkey and Japan. 

Di began her classical piano training at the age of seven, and made her debut at 17 with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, after winning the Grand Prize in the Rochester Philharmonic League’s Young Artist Auditions. Shortly after, she won the Grand Prize at the Inaugural International New York Piano Competition and was featured in the documentary Speaking With Music (Dir. Lucy Bruel), which played nationally on PBS. At 18, Di was accepted into the Eastman School of Music as a scholarship student where she majored in Piano Performance and Literature. Throughout her training as a classical pianist, she studied under many Russian master teachers who fostered in her a deep love of Russian art and culture. 

In the second year of her collegiate studies, Di made the decision to change course in her artistic pursuits and moved to New York City, where she began her journey as an actress. It was at The Russian Arts Theater and Studio that she found her artistic home, where she rekindled her passion of Russian literature. Since then, Di has appeared in many productions of Russian classics, most recently as Tania Shabunina in the critically-acclaimed Bunin/Berberova: In Paris/The Waiter & The Slut, which played a sold-out run at Pushkin Hall. Other appearances include Enemies Of The People (Anna Akhmatova), Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita, Or, The Devil Comes to Moscow, (Margarita), Three Sisters (Masha) Crime and Punishment (Sonya), Avenue of Wonder, adapted from Nikolai Gogol's Nevsky Prospekt (Dark Woman), Swan Song (Pianist), My Uncle Chekhov, adapted from Anton Chekhov's The Darling (Olenka), The Bear (Popova), Uncle Vanya (Yelena), and The Seagull (Masha),

Other New York theater credits include Selected Shorts Live at Symphony Space, Theatre Three Collaborative's The Beekeeper's Daughter (Admira), Extreme Whether (Rebecca), and Another Life (Lucia). Film and TV credits include Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, NBC's The Blindspot. and the upcoming film A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood starring Tom Hanks. 

Representation

Wright Talent Management

Tel: (631) 321-0565

Email: wrighttalent@optonline.net