kimberly jackson

Kimberly is a graduate of the New York Film Academy where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Acting for Television and Film with a minor in Theater.

With modern and classical training, Kimberly has played a variety of roles from writers such as Shakespeare to Clifford Odets. Her works include stage theatre and modern cinema genres.

Kimberly has been cast as Titania in Shakespeare’s ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ as well as Edna in Clifford Odets’ ‘Waiting For Lefty’ and numerous other stage productions.

Kimberly has been trained, extensively, with in the methods of Stella Adler, Lee Strasberg, and Sanford Meisner, through course studies at the New York Film Academy.

Her presence on stage is equally matched with her experience on film and television. Kimberly is a co-writer, producer, editor, and stars in web series ‘Gotcha Bounty Hunters’ and several independent films and network shows.

Kimberly is also classically trained in the cello, bass, and violin. She has more than 13 years of vocal training. With a fine tuned ear, she has vocally trained to play an eclectic array of accents from regional areas of the United States as well as South African, and Virgin Islands—British and Spanish.

Along with her musical and vocal talents, Kim is also trained in the martial rts of Tae Kwon Do with emphasis in nunchucks.

Kimberly enjoys traveling and which allows her the opportunity to work on her photography. To add to her world of training, Kimberly has studied ASL (American Sign Language) which has allowed her to interpret for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing community.

Kim looks forward to becoming a serious force in the film and theatre industry, a lifelong passion of hers.

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