Jacqueline Kim

Jacqueline Joan Kim (born March 31, 1965) an actor, filmmaker and composer, is also known as the musical entity, This I Heard. She has been nominated for an Independent Spirit award for Best Supporting Actress in the independent film, Charlotte Sometimes. Kim was born to Korean parents, as the youngest of three girls. She was raised in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and started in the theatre at age 14, "at a little theatre down the street called the 'Willow Way'." She graduated from Bloomfield Hills Lahser High School. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Theatre School at DePaul University in Chicago. After graduating, Kim began acting at a theatre in Chicago, and also worked in New York and Washington, D.C.. She later spent four years with the Guthrie Theater Company in Minneapolis, where she played such roles as Nina in The Seagull, the title role in Electra, Phocion/Princess in The Triumph of Love, and roles in Fantasio and several of Shakespeare's historical plays. At the end of 1993, she moved to Los Angeles. She won the 2004 Garland and LA Drama Critics' Circle award for best female lead performance in East West Players' production of Passion.


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