Dreamer-turned-doer Kimberly Mae began acting at the age of two, swimming and singing through life while channeling Ariel of Disney's The Little Mermaid. Just as Ariel does, Kimberly developed a serious passion for music which she pursued throughout her youth as a vocalist and instrumentalist, despite a family move from a big city to a suburban town and sharing the spotlight with two younger siblings. Her love of acting was violently rekindled her freshman year of high school when at the suggestion (or rather, demand) of a fellow flautist and upperclassman, she joined the Drama Club of East Bridgewater High School, East Bridgewater, MA. Since then the fire has burned feverishly. Kimberly performed throughout high school, went on to attend Bridgewater State University,earning her B.A. in Communications with a concentration in Theatre Education in three short years and dove into the Boston acting scene immediately. Kimberly's performance history is rooted in the theatre but has evolved to include film via web-series, independent films, and background work in commercials and feature films.
She currently trains in the Meisner technique at the New England Actors' Workshop under the instruction of Richard C. Bailey. Additionally, Kimberly has spent time in the theatre as a technician, stage manager, and as a director. Blending her love of theatre and her desire to educate through the arts, she co-founded the official Filedheacht Music School Players of East Bridgewater, MA in the the fall of 2013 where she is the department head. Kimberly is thankful for her relentless support system - her family - that has often served as the object of her observation and given her great faith throughout this seemingly endless pursuit of truth and understanding of human behavior.