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Overview (3)

Born in Huntsville, Alabama, USA
Birth NameKimberly Jan Dickens
Height 5' 7½" (1.71 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Kim Dickens was born on June 18, 1965 in Huntsville, Alabama, USA. She is an actress, known for Gone Girl (2014), Hollow Man (2000) and Deadwood (2004).

Family (2)

Children None
Parents Dickens, Justin
Howell (Clark), Pam

Trivia (10)

Made her stage debut in a student production of David Mamet's "Sexual Perversity in Chicago" at Vanderbilt University.
Was a member of the varsity softball and varsity tennis teams.
Was a wonderful student in high school, receiving many honors as a senior.
Was a member of the National Honor Society, Student-of-the-Month, as well as Senior Class Favorite.
Attended and graduated from Lee High School in Huntsville, Alabama in 1983.
Received her Bachelor's degree in Communications from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.
Studied acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute.
Attended and graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Daughter born October 2000.
Kim's mother is from Mobile, Alabama.

Personal Quotes (12)

I have to say, not a day goes by when I don't think fondly about 'Deadwood' and miss things about it.
I love football movies.
I'm a country girl; I like country music. That's what my car radio is on.
Steve Zahn and I like to go to dinner, and we love to go to Chef Donald Link's Herb Saint.
I wish I was more of a song-and-dance girl. I sang in a show once. I wish I could be in 'Hair.'
If you went to school in Nashville, you were aware of all those '60s rockabilly people.
I like country music. I'm not going to lie. I'm from the South, and I grew up on it. My dad was a country singer-songwriter, so it's in my blood, and I love it.
I don't like all of the contemporary country. I like some of it, but I'm mostly into the traditional style.
I started out in New York, and New York has a way of countering a Southern accent, naturally; when I moved to Los Angeles for a job, and I just stayed, the dialect out here doesn't really counter, and my Southern started coming back.
I was a waitress years ago when I was first trying to become an actress, waiting tables in New York City.
When you're guest-starring on another show, it really requires you to jump through hoops in a way, because you're servicing the stories of the main characters. You have to be able to portray a lot of different elements. You show up and get on board and get on their journey; you have to be flexible as to what they need for the role.
Pilot season tends to be grueling, because you can be thrown all of these auditions at once - last-minute, always - and you're going on three a day, especially back in the day.

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