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Kim Huffman Biography
- After starring as Cosette in the original Canadian production of Les Miserables, Kim Huffman took her musical theater career to London. There she studied opera and began acting in British TV and film, landing her first lead role opposite Ewan McGregor in the highly acclaimed mini-series "Lipstick on Your Collar" (1993) created by Dennis Potter . With her focus firmly shifted to acting, Huffman moved to New York to further study and work in theater. While performing at Shakespeare and Co. in Lenox, Mass., Huffman was offered her first TV series in Canada. As a series lead she was nominated twice and won a Gemini Award for her portrayal of heroin addict / investment banker Ayn Krywarik on the hit series "Traders" (TV Series 1996-2000). Huffman continued to work in film and TV in both Canada, the US and Europe. She returned to her musical theatre roots, taking on the lead role of Donna in the Toronto stage production of Mamma Mia for one year. Huffman returned to TV in the CBC series "Wild Roses" (2009) in which she played the struggling rancher and single mom of three daughters. For her work in Wild Roses, Huffman was nominated for Best Lead Actress in a Dramatic Series at the "Monte-Carlo TV Festival" in 2008. Internationally honored films that Huffman has starred in include "Looking For Leonard" (2002) (SXSW, London, Los Angeles, Durban, Montreal International Festivals), De Grot (nominated for the Netherlands Golden Calf), and Three and a Half. Huffman has also made numerous commercials all over the world, including 3 Silver Lion winners. Huffman now lives and works in California with her husband and two daughters.
Kim Huffman Filmography
- (2012) Ben Banks as Fran Banks
- (2009) Wild Roses as Maggie Henry
- (2005) Numb3rs as Jean Zurlanski
- (2004) The Newsroom as Animated - Dream Woman (voice)
- (2004) This Is Wonderland as Ms. Brenner
- (2002) Escape from the Newsroom as Julia/George's Young Mother
- (2002) K-9: P.I. as Laura Fields
- (2002) Looking for Leonard as Jo
- (2002) Puppets Who Kill as Femme Fatale
- (2002) The Eleventh Hour as Leslie Grossman
- (2002) Three and a Half as Maja, Susan, Marie
- (2001) De grot as Marcie Nussbaum
- (2000) Foreign Objects as Julia
- (2000) The Spreading Ground as Mrs. Osterman
- (1999) Family Law as Lawyer
- (1999) Lethal Vows as Catherine Moray
- (1999) Murder Most Likely as Linda Martin
- (1999) The Fall as Lisa Warrington
- (1998) Recipe for Revenge as Carly Hunter
- (1997) Open Mike with Mike Bullard as Herself
- (1997) The Hunger as Luann
- (1996) Traders as Ann Krywarik
- (1995) The Outer Limits as Amanda Harper
- (1994) Sleeping with Strangers as Teri
- (1993) Kung Fu: The Legend Continues as Nan Clark
- (1993) Lipstick on Your Collar as Lisa (as Kymberley Huffman)
- (1992) Shadowchaser as Naomi
- (1991) The Hidden Room as Jean
- (1990) Counterstrike as Cop
- (1990) Jeeves and Wooster as Pauline Stoker (as Kymberley Huffman)
- (1989) Forever Knight as Customer
- (1988) Katts and Dog as
- (1987) Friday the 13th as Erin (as Kymberley Huffman)
Kim Huffman Trivia and Facts
- 1/24/03: Daughter, by husband Steven Clark , born--7 lb., 10 oz.
- 3/28/05: Another daughter born.
- Kim Huffman is a Canadian/American actress.
- Studied music and theatre at Sheridan College in Canada.
- Huffman sang in a lot of bands in and around Toronto in her college days.
- Was Cosette in the first Canadian production of Les Miserables.
- Sang back-up vocals for Italian rock star Max Gazze.
- Spoke Macedonian in Canadian indie film Three and a Half (2002).
- Spoke Dutch in film "De Grot", shot in Thailand, Netherlands and Canada and honored at the Netherlands FIlm Festival.
- Spoke German, Spanish, Italian, and French in European commercials while living in London and New York.
- Studied opera before focusing on acting.
- Has played Canadian TV auteur Ken Finklemans wife (twice), mother, and animated fantasy woman.