Out of Town
Kim is a highly versatile performer who sets herself apart both on the stage and screen with her talent, drive and all-round professionalism. Kim has years of experience and a strong understanding of industry requirements for performers in film and theatre, having completed her Bachelor of Arts in Screen and Sound Production and Theatre and Drama at Murdoch University. She then went on to develop her musical talents, completing a Diploma of Performing Arts (Musical Theatre) at Principal Academy of Dance while continuing her private studies, gaining AMEB qualifications in Piano, Music Theory and Singing. Kim has appeared in numerous theatrical productions with her favourite roles to date being Baroness Bomburst in ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’, Irene Molloy in ‘Hello Dolly’ and Bonnie Parker in ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ for which she received a Finley nomination for Best Actress in a Musical. Kim has also performed in the Perth Fringe Festival in ‘Four in Fifty: A Mini Musical Marathon’ which also received a nomination for best performance in the Theatre category. Kim grew up in several different countries, has travelled the world and has many experiences to draw upon in order to create truly effective connections with her peers and colleagues as well as audiences alike. Also a qualified teacher, Kim has unrivalled energy and enthusiasm performing for children.