Movie Actress

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Biography - A Short Wiki

Actress who has played roles in the films The Blind Side, Hollow Man, and Thank You for Smoking. In 2015, she began playing Madison Clark on the series Fear the Walking Dead.

She earned a degree in Communications from Vanderbilt University before studying at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.

She played Janette Desautel on the HBO series Treme from 2010 to 2012.

Family and Personal Life

She has been romantically linked to musician Jill Sobule.

She had a supporting role with Jennifer Connelly in the 2003 drama House of Sand and Fog.

Family Information
Spouse's NameN/A
Boyfriend/Girlfriend (Dating)N/A
Civil StatusN/A

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Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts

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More Interesting Facts
Full/Real NameN/A
Gender (Biological)Female
Age (as of today)58 years
Date of BirthJune 18, 1965
Place of BirthHuntsville, AL
Height1.73 m, 5 feet 8 inches
Weight58.5 kg, 129 lbs
Net Worth / Wealth$2 Million
OccupationMovie Actress

Height, Weight, and Age

Kim Dickens' height is pretty average measuring 1.73 m. The movie actress weighs 58.5 kg. As of today, February 29, 2024, Kim Dickens is 58 years old.


"Steve Zahn and I like to go to dinner, and we love to go to Chef Donald Link's Herb Saint."

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"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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"I was a waitress years ago when I was first trying to become an actress, waiting tables in New York City."

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"I don't like all of the contemporary country. I like some of it, but I'm mostly into the traditional style."

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"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."

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