Jacqueline Kim’s most recent work, Charlotte Sometimes, a feature which she helped to develop
and produce, earned her a supporting actress nomination for a 2003 IFP Spirit Award. Other
films include Brokedown Palace, The Operator, In Search of Cezanne, Disclosure and Volcano.
A former member of the Guthrie acting company in Minneapolis, she played heroines such as Nina
in Chekhov’s The Seagull, the title role in Electra by Sophocles, and Marivaux’s cross dressing
Phocion / Princess in The Triumph of Love. Ms. Kim enjoys frequent collaborations with New York's
Symphony Space performing new works for their Selected Shorts program on NPR, has recorded Ann
Cameron’s book (on tape), Colibri, and has garnered the 2004 Garland and LA Drama Critics’ Circle
award for best female lead performance as Fosca in East West Players’ acclaimed production of Stephen
Sondheim’s musical, Passion. She received her B.F.A. from the Theatre School at DePaul University.
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