Zoe Kravitz

actress and executive producer, “High Fidelity”

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The TV show “High Fidelity” stars Zoe Kravitz as a biracial, bisexual woman named Rob. Her character runs a record shop, makes top-five lists, and tries to figure out her love life.

Zoe Kravitz says her ‘High Fidelity’ character is impulsive, selfish, fear-driven

The TV show “High Fidelity” stars Zoe Kravitz as a biracial, bisexual woman named Rob. Her character runs a record shop, makes top-five lists, and tries to figure out her love life.

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