Kimberly Quinn has had a constant presence in film, television and theatre. She has played for a variety of roles in film. She is best known for her wide range of characters, playing the drug addicted sister in End Game, a New York Upper Eastside mom who can't see past her Prada shoes in A Little Game, and the obscure, comedic money hungry "promoter" in Roshambo--a short film she starred in and produced (best comedy at Malibu Film Festival). This summer Quinn will co-star opposite Bill Murray in the Weinstein Company production of St. Vincent De Van Nuys.
In television Tim Robbins chose Quinn for Showtime's controversial pilot, Possible Side Effects, playing alongside Ellen Burstyn and Josh Lucas. Soon after, FX hired her as the female lead opposite Donal Logue for the critically acclaimed series, Terriers. She has enjoyed recurring roles on CBS' Two and a Half Men and Hugh Laurie's hit show, House.
In theatre Larry Moss cast Quinn to star in the original play Cork Town, which premiered at the Signature Theatre in New York City. Additional theatre credits include Hatful of Rain, Fool for Love, After the Fall and Beirut.
This fall Quinn will go behind the camera to direct her first short film, entitled Retaliation.