Kimberly is an actress, writer and director living in Los Angeles. Shortly after moving to LA, she secured a residency at the famed HBO Workspace which led to a development deal at 20th Century FOX. She was a finalist for the Andy Kaufman Award and the Aspen Comedy Fest. Recently, she made her directorial debut with "Killing The apologetic Girl," a web series that she co-wrote and co-stars in. It won the Audience Award at Dances With Films 2016 and is currently featured on Funny or Die's Cinematheque channel. Since then, she has gone onto direct other projects and most recently secured a deal with ShortsTV/DirectTV for her two short films "Teapot" and "Tripolar" both directed by Alexander Gruszynski. Her latest web series, "Neil Patrick and Harris; The Chronicles Of Conjoined Triplets," a project that she co- created, co- wrote and co-stars in, was an audience favorite at film festivals last year, garnishing awards across the country and landed a partnership with Elizabeth Banks and can be seen on Banks' site, Whohaha.com. Kimberly is in development with several projects including an animated series entitled "Strongman" that she co-created and co-wrote with Groundling Roy Jenkins. She is currently pitching her show "KICK" that she co-created and co-wrote with Lucy Davis (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Wonder Woman) which is based on their lives. The two women star alongside James Pickens Jr. (Grey's Anatomy), Chris Stanley (Mad Men, Lethal Weapon), Tom Lenk (Buffy The Vampire Slayer), Patricia Scanlon (Better Things, Getting On), and Mikey Madison (Better Things) and is directed by Scott Adsit. Kimberly is a graduate of Boston University and attended The American Academy of Dramatic Arts NYC. She has also studied at The Groundlings, UCB, Lesly Kahn and with Larry Moss. She has performed onstage throughout Boston, NYC and Los Angeles. Kimberly is represented by attorney Scott Whitehead at McKuin Frankel Whitehead. McKuin Frankel Whitehead.