Abigail Zoe Lewis

Abigail Zoe Lewis began her acting career at the young age of 4. She booked her first audition playing Elizabeth Bank’s daughter in the short comedy, “Just A Little Heart Attack” for the American Heart Association (Go Red) which has had over 4 million views. She then booked her second audition playing the youngest daughter in Eva Longoria’s directorial debut of “A Proper Send Off.”

Since then, Abigail has gone on to work on a multitude of projects including her television recurring role in AMC’s “Better Call Saul” where she plays Kaylee Ehrmantraut (Mike Ehrmantraut’s granddaughter played by Jonathan Banks). Other television credits include “This Is Us,” “Powerless,” “Criminal Minds,” “Teachers,” “RocketJump: The Show” and others.

Abigail’s voice over work includes various animated characters for Disney including her series recurring role as Dallas in the upcoming international animation series “101 Dalmatian Street,” Chipper in “Whisker Haven Tales with the Palace Pets” and Megan in “Fancy Nancy.” She voiced the character Shelby in Dreamworks’ animated Netflix series “The Mr. Peabody and Sherman Show.” Abigail has done ADR work for Disney’s “Billy Dilley,” Warner Bros’ “Castle Rock,” as well. Additionally, her singing voice can be heard in the thriller movie, “Lucifer.”

Abigail has also appeared in numerous commercials including JC Penney (2), Bank of America, Samsung, Publix and Symbicort as well as print work for Disney and others. Abigail has also been featured in several magazines.

On the other side of acting, Abigail is also a reporter/film critic for KIDS FIRST! that reviews quality media for young people. Some of the many talents Abigail has personally interviewed include Kevin Hart, Shakira, Kristin Bell, Weird Al Yankovic, directors, producers, executives and others. Abigail’s written reviews have been featured in the Huffington Post and both her movie reviews and interviews can be seen on the KIDS FIRST! YouTube channel.

Giving back to the community is very important to Abigail. One of the most meaningful projects has been a video she made for the Rockin’ A Cure 7 of the Cystic Fibrosis foundation to bring both awareness and fund-raising to the cause. Other contributions include the LA Mission, a PSA for HASBRO and others. Abigail has also been interviewed on the “Home & Family” show for her acting work on AMC’s “Better Call Saul.”

In addition to Abigail’s passion for acting and entertaining she has endless interests which include a love for singing, composing her own songs on guitar, dancing, ice skating, swimming, martial arts, art, animals, outdoors and new experiences.

With a huge heart, dynamic personality and zest for life Abigail commits herself to everything she does (Abigail earned her 1st Dan Black Belt in Taekwondo at age 7). Those who have worked with Abigail consider her precocious, bright, funny, quick, loving and a real firecracker. Finally, when asked what is most important to Abigail she shares, “spending time with my friends and family… mom and dad.”

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