Kim Raver was born on March 15, 1969, in New York
. She had aspirations to become an actress. She graduated from the University of Boston
in fine arts.
Her first acting was form the series "Sesame Street". She acted in the show for three seasons. After that, Kim Raver entered the Broadway kids' theatre, Off-Off. She also kept appearing in several advertisements. Kim Raver received some big publicity when she acted in the play "Holiday" in Broadway.
Kim soon got plenty of offers and found a place in her debut movie "City Hall", starring Al Pacino, in 1996. She also acted in a number of shows like "Central Park West", "The Practise", "Law & Order" and "Sp
In 1999, Kim Raver joined the cast of the show "Third Watch" on NBC. She worked on the show for five seasons. She also acted in several movies which included "Mind the Gap" and "Martin & Orloff". Kim was also seen in "The Apprentice", a popular reality show.
She got married in 2001 with Manu Boyer.
After the closing of "Third Watch", Kim Raver got a role in the series "24" as Audrey Raines for a couple of years. Kim also acted for a short time in the show "The Nine" on ABC and on a couple of other shows, "The West Wing" and "The Glimmer". She also appears on the show "Lipstick Jungle" on NBC.
Kim Raver also earned some movie features during this time. She acted in "Keep Your Distance" in 2005. After that, Kim was featured in the hit movie "Night at the Museum" in 2006 and, in 2007, she appeared in the movie "Prisoner".
Life in brief
- her ethnicity: White.
- her mother's name: Tina Raver.
- her father's name: Chris Meltesen.
- Sister : Cybele.
She attended the BFA, Boston University (in 1991).
Why is she famous?
Kim River is famous as an actress who is best known as Audrey Raines on 24 and FDNY Paramedic Kimberly "Kim" Zambrano on Third Watch.
Here is one of her famous quote:
"It's a physical challenge... I'm not sleeping!"
- Kim Raver, working on two prime-time shows simultaneously.
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