An award-winning actress, Kim has been an active member of Actors’ Equity Association since 1986 and the Screen Actors’ Guild since 1992. She has shared the stage with fellow artists June Havoc, Charles Nelson Reilly, Rachel Bay Jones, Alison Fraser, Hal Holbrook, and Richard Kind. Television credits include featured roles on The Glades (A & E), Bloodline (Netflix) and Burn Notice (USA).
Kim served as the Education Director for the Blowing Rock Stage Company, winner of NC’s Professional Theatre award in 2008. She was a producer and musical director for Disney’s High School Musical 1 & 2 and You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown for the Rocket Players Youth Theatre. Kim directed the Teen Actors Guild (TAG), an advanced teen group touring NC and Tennessee with plays dealing with social issues such as teen suicide (Sleepwalk) and school violence (Bang Bang, You’re Dead) as well as mounting the world premiere of Jan Karon’s Miss Fannie’s Hat which Mrs. Kay adapted for the stage.
Kim serves as a teaching artist with the Kravis Performing Arts Center in West Palm Beach, Fl, and the Maltz Jupiter Theatre Conservatory in Jupiter, FL. Kim holds a Master's in Music with a Concentration in Vocal Studies.
Kim is married to Kenneth Kay and together they operate Kay-Squared Productions, a theatre company dedicated to producing small scale works. Their work has been seen in the Conrad Hilton Theatre at CCE complimenting the gallery exhibitions with theatre performance pieces.