Kimberley Harris is a talented and captivating actress with stage presence unlike any other. A natural performer from a very young age, Kimberley lights up the stage and screen with her radiant energy and passion. Favourite stage roles to date include Jo March in Little Women, Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady and Maria Rainer in the Sound of Music.
In 2013, Kimberley was lucky enough to originate the role of Feliciabel in Falling to the Top, which won the Fringe World 2013 Artrage Award for Best WA Theatre Production. Currently employed by Constable Care Child Safety Foundation, Kimberley regularly tours metropolitan and regional Western Australia as a performer and puppeteer, presenting an award-winning theatre-in-education program to children state-wide. She is also an extremely versatile and gifted singer, trained in musical theatre and classical voice (WAAPA).
Kimberley thrives under strong direction and is always looking for a new challenge, whether it be mastering a new accent, learning to sing through a mouthful of Big Mac or coaching budding young Broadway stars to their first roles on the Great White Way. With numerous Finley Award ‘Best Actress’ nominations under her belt, there is no doubt that Kimberley is one to watch!