Kimberly Farr began her acting career on television in Los Angeles. From there she moved on to theater in New York, where she appeared on and off-Broadway, including work at Circle in the Square, the New York Shakespeare Festival, the Roundabout, Playwright's Horizons, and the American Place. She created the role of "Eve" in Arthur Miller's first and only musical, Up From Paradise, which was directed by the author. She appeared as Vanessa Redgrave's step-daughter in the Broadway production of Ibsen's The Lady From the Sea, directed by Tony Richardson. She has also acted in regional theaters, including a stint in the original production of The 1940s Radio Hour at Washington DC's Arena Stage, and a revival of Accent on Youth, with Kathleen Quinlan at The Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut.
Ms. Farr also has many television appearances to her credit, including a guest starring role on Star Trek: The Next Generation and a season on her own CBS series, Live-In. Her feature film credits include the classic Missing, starring Jack Lemmon and Sissy Spacek.
She is an award-winning audiobook narrator and has recorded over 100 titles, including books by Joan Didion, Alice Munro, Elizabeth Strout, Ann Tyler, Joseph J. Ellis, Ken Burns, Margaret Atwood, and Nora Roberts. Among her favorite titles was The Murderer's Ape, by Jakob Wegelius; the main character is a female gorilla named Sally Jones!