Zoey Deutch made her screen debut in the American teen sitcom ‘The Suite Life on Deck’ in 2010. She played the role of ‘Maya Bennett’ and remained a part of the show until it went off-air in 2011. She went on to make her silver screen debut in the 2011 comedy-drama film ‘Mayor Cupcake’ directed by Alex Pires. That same year, she also joined the cast of the American thriller crime drama television series ‘Ringer’ where she grabbed the role of ‘Juliet Martin.’ The show was canceled after one season in 2012. She next starred as ‘Emily Asher’ in the 2013 American romantic gothic fantasy film ‘Beautiful Creatures’ directed by Richard LaGravenese. The film opened to a mixed critical reception and failed to perform at the box office. In 2014, she portrayed Rosemarie "Rose" Hathaway in the Mark Waters-directed fantasy comedy horror, ‘Vampire Academy.’ The film was marred by negative reviews from critics and was a box office disaster. She next starred as ‘Shadia’ in the 2016 American comedy film ‘Dirty Grandpa’ directed by Dan Mazer. While the film was a commercial success, it was heavily panned by critics with many calling it one of the worst films ever made. The same year also saw the release of the American romantic comedy film ‘Why Him?’ where Deutch played the role of ‘Stephanie Fleming.’ The film received a lukewarm response but managed to gross over $118.1 million on a $38–52 million budget.
She was next seen in films like ‘Before I Fall’ (2017), ‘Rebel in the Rye’ (2017), ‘The Disaster Artist’ (2017), ‘Flower’ (2017), ‘The Year Of Spectacular Men’ (2017), ‘Set It Up’ (2018), ‘The Professor’ (2018), ‘Buffaloed’ (2019), and ‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ (2019). She was last seen in the 2022 American crime drama film ‘The Outfit’ directed by Graham Moore. The film received positive reviews from critics and scored an 85% approval score on Rotten Tomatoes. She will be next seen in the upcoming American comedy satire film ‘Not Okay.’