Lesbian Zoie Palmer Thankful to Her Partner: TV Producer Girlfriend and a Son
It 's hard to find right person or soulmate in today’s world even for the straight ones. And Zoie Palmer has found a lesbian( gay) partner for her. Palmer credits her achievements to this partner. Who is her lady love? We’ll reveal it all!
Caption: Zoie Palmer acceptance speech at Canadian Screen Awards in 2015.
It was March 9 of 2014 when Zoie Palmer announced publicly on a grand stage that she is a lesbian. Amidst a grand ceremony of Canadian Screen Awards in 2014, Zoie Palmer had her say on her sexual orientation and also expressed gratitude towards her partner.
Thank You, Partner!
Canadian actress Zoie Palmer, best known for her lesbian character Lauren on the supernatural drama Lost Girl, has come out as a lesbian at her acceptance speech at Canadian Screen Awards. Palmer won Academy’s Choice Award for Favorite Canadian screen star. During her acceptance speech, she didn’t hesitate to thank people and of course, her ‘incredible partner Alex and beautiful son Luca.’
That term ‘incredible partner and beautiful child’ indicates, film and television producer, Alex Lalonde, and her son by a previous relationship Luca Lalonde.
Zoie just won the CSA cuz all you amazing fans voted!! pic.twitter.com/8MUuWJ7vlz— Alex Lalonde (@blondielalonde) March 9, 2014
Alex Lalonde was present in the ceremony herself with Palmer at the awards night. She also tweeted, ‘Zoie just won the CSA cuz all you amazing fans voted!!’ from the ceremony.
There is no proper evidence when the relationship between Zoie Palmer and Alex Lalonde started, but their affair has been all over twitter’s feed. Both were seen together in Toronto International Film Festival together in 2012.
Alex Lalonde and Zoie Palmer are boyfriend-girlfriend, but it makes us wonder who is boyfriend or girlfriend for the pair! Alex Lalonde is Canadian Producer and has worked on both the big screen and small screens.
Alex was also a producer on various commercials, Bilingual Business Analyst for Canada Media Fund (2000-2003), Business Affairs for Capri Films (2003-2004), and Business Analyst for Telefilm Canada (2006-2007). Lalonde managed the Genie and Gemini awards during 2007 to 2009 intervals, and Lalonde was also Awards Director for the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television.
They have a baby son, Luca, from Alex Lalonde’s previous relationship although her previous partner is unknown. Lalonde too was pregnant from her previous partner and also had a boy.
Present at Clexacon!
The people who play the role of lesbian on movies and televisions gathered in Las Vegas on March 3 to5, 2017 at the first-ever held ClexaCon convention on LGBT women in the entertainment field.
The event was named after the fan favorite lesbian pairing Clarke, and Lexa which is from the CW’s The 100 and the program was originally organized to tackle the “Bury Your Gays” trope. It was made famous by several high-profile LGBT TV and movies character deaths in recent years.
‘Almost Adults’ actor Natasha Negovanlis took her responsibility of being an LGBT voice in the media and, like the fans, she doesn’t want to see queer women used as a mechanism for baiting views in TV and movies. Negovanlis told Xtra:
“People need to realize that this community needs heroes and role models.And people need to know it’s important to stop killing them off or using them as side characters anymore.”
Other actors in attendance included bigger names such as Person of Interest (POI) stars Amy Acker and Sarah Shahi along with Lost Girl actors Zoie Palmer and Ali Liebert.
Zoie Palmer is an English-Canadian actress, born in Camborne, Cornwall, England, to parents of Irish and British descent and best known for her character in television drama ‘Lost Girl.' In 2001, she graduated with Bachelor of Fine Arts at York University in Toronto, Canada. She was last seen in television drama ‘Real Detective’ in 2016.