She was born on March 15, 1969; and raised in New York City. Kim married to Manuel Boyer in July 2000, with whom she lives in New York with their son. She enjoys spending her free time running, practicing yoga and being near her close-knit family.
From the ages of 6 to 9, Kim had a regular role on the seminal children's television series Sesame Street. After Sesame Street, the young actress joined Off-Off-Broadway's first all-children's theater. A fine arts graduate of Boston University, Kim continues to study theater in New York with teacher and mentor Wynn Handman. She is fluent in French and German, a language that she learned as a child from her German-born mother.
Kim was thrilled to be reunited with Third Watch creator John Wells (with whom she worked on Trinity) and loves the complexities of her character. In the beginning of her career, Kim was paying her bills by acting in commercials that brought her to Venice, Italy, for a Visa ad and put her in a Jeep for Blade Runner director Ridley Scott. Her big break came with her Broadway debut in the play "Holiday" in which she co-starred with Laura Linney and Tony Goldwyn. Among Kim's other television credits are a lead role on the drama "Trinity" and guest-starring roles in such series as The Practice, Spin City, and NBC's Law & Order, plus a recurring role on Central Park West. She also appeared in the feature film City Hall with Al Pacino. Also, she co-starred with David Schwimmer of NBC's Friends' and John Spencer of NBC's The West Wing and in "The Glimmer Brothers", a production of the Williamstown Theatre Festival, written by Warren Leight.
- Starring Roles
- 24 (2004/2005) - Audrey Raines
- Third Watch (1999) - Kim Zambrano (Episodes 1-111)
- Trinity (1998) - Clarissa McCallister
- Guest Starring Roles
- The Apprentice - herself - Tit for Tat (2004)
- ER - Paramedic Kim Zambrano - Brothers and Sisters (2002)
- Spin City - Jeannie - My Life is a Soap Opera (1997)
- The Practice - Victoria Keenan - Reasonable Doubts (1997)
- Law & Order - Mrs. Wendy Karmel - Homesick (1996)
- Central Park West - Deanne Landers - Episode 3 (1995)
- Central Park West - Deanne Landers - Episode 2 (1995)
- Central Park West - Deanne Landers - Episode 1 (1995)