|Height||5' 7" (1.7 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Kim has worked as both Producer and Actress. She produced and starred in the ensemble comedy film It's All About You, written and directed by Mark Fauser, with Dom Deluise, Robert Morse, John D'Aquino and Gigi Rice. She was a co producer and played the role of Lola on the film Orbiting Venus, directed by Paul Warner. Kim starred opposite John Savage in the film The Killing Obsession directed by Paul Leder. She has had supporting lead roles in the films Raven with Burt Reynolds and Richard Gant, The Last Producer with Rod Steiger and Benjamin Bratt, Hard Time:Hostage Hotel with Keith Carradine and Charles Durning.
Some TV projects that never saw the light of day but were a blast to work on: Cut And Dried, written and directed by Lorin Dreyfuss,The Angry Guys, written and directed by Lon Diamond,The Gary Gulman project directed by Peter Engel. She has done additional voices in a few movies: Robert Altman/s The Player, Santa Jr. and various commercials. She did a car commercial with Greg Kinnear directed by Bob Giraldi.
Kim received her BFA from Catholic University in Washington DC., where she did a lot of musical theatre. Kim first came to LA in 1990 after working and performing in over 15 shows at the Burt Reynolds Theatre in FLorida. Highlights include I'm Not Rappaport with Ossie Davis, The Sunshine Boys with Abe Vigoda and Howard Morris. She studied with and worked with Charles Nelson Reilly there(Mame,The Nerd) who introduced her to LA. Her first play here was Umcommon Women and Others directed by Pat Carroll. Other LA theatre highlights include:Trojan Women directed by Sir John Neville, The Respectful Prostitute directed by Greg Mullavey which she won a Dramalogue award for Best Actress: Luce Women written by Bill Luce and directed by Charles Nelson Reilly: Sister women at the Cast Theatre directed by Bob Schrock:She has worked with Justin Tanner at the Evidence Room in HappyTime Xmas, Hot Property, and two seasons of the critically acclaimed late night comedy series The Strip: Live Comic Book. Favorite Musicals:Mustard directed by Henry Polick 11 and Swing Time directed by Rob Spera.
Kim and her husband Gary Kramer, split their time between LA and NY. In 2004, she and Gary, expanded on the business he had created in San Diego, The National Comedy Theatre, and built an Off Broadway theatre in Manhattan. NCT is running successfully on both coasts with the acclaimed improv comedy shows every week. Kim and Gary have done 4 USO Tours entertaining the troops overseas since 2004. They have taken the show to Iraq,Kuwait,Egypt,The Sinai,Saudi Arabia,Africa,Italy,Germany. She and Gary were guests on The Lionel Show on Air America in November of 2008 talking about their experiences in Iraq.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Kim Chase
|Gary Kramer||(8 October 2006 - present)|