Kimberly Gail Price grew up in south Louisiana and Arkansas. She studied theater at Louisiana State University and later attended a two-year film conservatory in Manhattan. She has done all sorts of work over the years including Aquatics Director at Cove Creek Scout Reservation, selling knives door-to-door and babysitting ill-mannered children. She also tended bar and waited tables for over a decade before stumbling through the doors of the Star-Revue.
Price was hired for part-time advertising sales in early December 2011. After realizing her potential for editorial work, she slowly began taking on writing assignments in addition to her advertising duties. Her first investigative story - about Customs being removed from the Red Hook waterfront, threatening the survival of the historic port - scooped the NY Times, who broke the story nine days later.
As Senior Editor, Price also is a large contributing writer to the Star-Revue, where she covers news and feature stories, writes inspiring editorials, and is the creative force behind the image of the publication.
Price began writing at age 8, and quickly fell in love with the English language. She has written poetry, short stories and is currently working on a full-length play entitled Kimberland. Each word she writes must be precise, and she has been known to pore over her work for hours meticulously polishing every sentence.
Price is an avid reader who enjoys reading the classics. As a young child, she would read aloud from the phone book, street signs and dictionaries. She also loves the beach, sunshine and adventures
Name: Kimberly G. Price
Lives in: Brooklyn, New York
Occupation: Actor, Editor and Stage Manager