A three-time Emmy Award-winner, Kim Zimmer began her daytime drama career in 1978 with a role as a terrorist on the soap opera One Life to Live.
But she's most known for her work on Guiding Light, which began in 1983.
Zimmer left Guiding Light in 1990 – she returned in 1995 – and went on to land a recurring role on Aaron Spelling’s Models, Inc. , as well as guest spots on Seinfeld and University Hospital. She was featured in the movies-of-the-week Hell Hath No Fury and Disappearance of Vonnie; has guest-starred on Designing Women and Babylon 5; and portrayed Jodie Walker on Santa Barbara.
Off-Broadway, she played one of the leading roles in Jon Patrick Shanley’s highly acclaimed Four Dogs & A Bone.