Actress and Writer Zondra Wilson was born and raised in Cleveland. Zondra was educated in the Cleveland Public School System, where she developed a love for acting. Zondra graduated with a degree in Mass Media Communications/News from The University of Akron. Following graduation, Zondra went on to work as a news/sports reporter in the Midwest.
After several years of broadcast journalism, Zondra decided to follow God's leading and venture out into Los Angeles. She made her television debut in 2006 with a guest starring role as a newscaster on the CBS hit daytime soap opera "The Young and The Restless". Zondra went on to star in several independent feature films including the suspense thriller, "The Seer" opposite Bella Thorne. Zondra has landed leading roles in short films such as "Palms" and "My Name is Karma". "Palms" went on to win the award for best drama in the short film category at the International Family Film Festival in Los Angeles. "My Name is Karma" has been selected for several film festivals including a win as best comedic short in The Atlanta Urban Mediamakers film festival and the prestigious Pan African Film Festival. She has worked with "World War Z" director Marc Forster and award winning director William Branden Blinn (Thirteen or so Minutes).