Kimi is a long time member of The Actors Co-op and has produced several shows for this acting company. These include: The Learned Ladies, And Then There Were None, Lend Me A Tenor and The Baker's Wife. Her productions of A Perfect Likeness and The Mystery of Edwin Drood were both nominated for theatrical awards. As an actor Kimi has worked extensively in regional theater. In Los Angeles she has worked with Theatre of Note, Sacred Fools, The Blank Theatre, Acme Theatre, The LA Opera, Paul Morse Company, The Bilingual Foundation Of The Arts, The Tamarind Theatre and The Actors Co-op. Some of her performances include: Menon, Zarzuela Under the Stars, Damn Yankees, The Curious Savage, Little Shop of Horrors, Twelfth Night, Into the Woods, Hatful of Rain, The Crucible, God's Favorite, To Be Young, Gifted, and Black, Letters to Harriett Tubman, Does a Tigetr Wear A Necktie, The Tempest and The 1940’S Radio Hour, for which she was nominated for an NAACP “Best Actor” award. Kimi is a member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA. Annually, Kimi writes and performs one woman shows on historical Black women in America.
In addition to her passion for stage, television and film, she also enjoys work as a voice over artist. She has taught Intermediate drama for LAUSD through the Gifted and Talented programs since 1998. She mentors youth in the community and has taught master classes for “The Young Storytellers Foundation”. She is currently the Music and Dance Instructor at Emmanuel Lutheran preschool for 2 to 4 yr.olds☺. Kimi also performs with a dance team called “Rockstar Fit Kids”. Their goal is to teach youth to eat right and exercise. Starting this fall, she will teach music and dance for The Boys and Girls Club of America. Kimi is a member and Elder at The First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood, where she sings with the Hollywood Mass and Cathedral Choir. She has directed and choreographed musicals for youth at The First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood for over 12 years. For more than a decade now, she has been serving those experiencing homelessness. She also volunteers for the American Cancer Society. Kimi has created her own line of natural handmade aroma care products. i –wanna.net
With her many diverse talents, she remains especially passionate about The Actors Co-op and feels blessed to be a part of this special community of exceptional artist.