Zoe Levin first made our pants tight in Trust (2010), a thriller about a teenage girl targeted by an online sexual predator, which was oddly director by Friends alum David Schwimmer. In the animated short, Hawaiian Vacation (2011), about a Ken and Barbie trip to paradise in the Pacific, she plays the voice of character Peas-in-a-Pod. Another short, this one also comedic but live action, called Advantage: Weinberg (2012) is about a young man orchestrating a love connection with an older woman. She’s had a cameo on Arrested Development, but it’s The Way, Way Back (2013) that’s been her biggest exposure to date, both in terms of popularity and skin. No, she’s not naked, but stuffs a wild bikini.