Zac plays one of twelve Grand Jurors deliberating whether to indict, or not indict, a Police Officer who allegedly kills a man during an arrest.
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Karimah Westbrook, Angela Gibbs and Zachary Barton
A kick-ass, middle-aged, vigilante super hero (sort of)!
Watch Trailer HERE
"Zachary Barton emanates intelligence and compassion." -- LA Weekly
"Barton successfully channels Ehrenreich's wry sense of humor at all the right moments." -- LifeInLA.com
"Zachary Barton embodies the role of Barbara with intelligence and heartfelt commitment. Barton’s earthy demeanor and courageous frankness make her character admirable and believable." -- ShowMag.com
"Zachary Barton is stellar as the protagonist... Barton expertly expresses Barbara/Barb’s smoldering outrage. The veteran stage actress ... is simply splendid and outstanding as the writer who proudly proclaims early in the play: 'I’m a radical.'" -- LAProgressive
Nickel and Dimed
by Joan Holden
based on the book by Barbara Ehrenreich
Zachary is proud to contribute to this
new viral video from Brave New Films
Come on in!
Meet Sugar Mama, Yvonne George
Zachary will be seen in
All The Way
with Bryan Cranston as LBJ
Coming in 2017!
SAG-AFTRA & AEA
A battle of wills between a worldly activist, Bayard Rustin, and the small town waitress who refused to serve him
Zac is filming opposite Amy Adams and Patricia Clarkson in Sharp Objects, HBO’s eight-episode drama series adapted by Marti Noxon (UnReal) from the book by Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl) and directed by Jean Marc Vallée (Big Little LIes, Dallas Buyers Club).
See Zac in "Denver" Episode with Louie Anderson on FX
in a new web series
Zachary Barton as Junior Ray and Demetrius Grosse as Bayard Rustin
Premiering at the LA Film Festival
AdvoCat! Is Unleashed!
About a woman trying to find a woman. For a man.
is making news!
Zachary Barton is a crusader. If you're looking for a fighter -- low-class or high, hippie or honcho -- you've found one. She's an aspiring pacifist with a quick temper and when she's not acting she's teaching playwriting in prisons or the projects. When she's not doing that she's marching on Washington or fighting to keep the libraries open. Oh, and she's fair. And funny. A fair, funny fighter. Go figure.
Now showing at the
PBS Online Film Festival
Karimah Westbrook, Alimi Ballard and Zachary Barton
May 12th Zac shares her story
"Tom Clay the DJ" at
Download AdvoCat! Press Release here
What happens when a borderline crazy cat lady sees a pet neglected?