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Kimberley has recently played lead roles in the independent feature films CleaVerS: It runs in the family and Saving Grace.
A trained screen actor having studied at the Gulf Islands Film and Television School, Act Up North and The Unseen as well as in Motion Capture with MoCap vaults. Kimberley also undertook earlier training in musical theatre with Muse Performing Arts which has served her well as she continues to make use of her strong singing skills (alto).
Kimberley has also performed in classical and contemporary theatre, including as the Duke of Cornwall in King Lear, Ned Blunt in The Rover and The Headmistress in Lolita. Further recent film credits have included Amanda, an inspiring art teacher in The Sky is My Canvas and a Pagan Witch in the music video for Stonedog’s Shrink.
Kimberley speaks fluent Italian and advanced French having lived in both Bologna, Italy and Toulouse, France. She has trained in both archery and fencing and is a skilled sailor; a skill which was strengthened through spending six months aboard a tall ship sailing around the world as part of the Class Afloat programme. A former competitive swimmer, she still enjoys open water swim races year round. Kimberley is also a Chartered Environmentalist with extensive knowledge of environmental sustainability.
Kimberley looks forward to bringing her skills to use in dramatic television, film and stage productions. She is available for work worldwide with bases in the UK, Canada and Italy.
Muse Performing Arts - Classical and Musical Theatre
Gulf Islands Film and Television School - Screen Acting
Northern Theatre Lab - Physical Theatre
Act Up North - Acting
The Actor's Lab - Acting
MoCap Vaults - Motion Capture