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Hi! I'm a trained actor who has worked professionally in TV, film, and theatre. I'm here to help, however you need it. I can run lines with you, be your reader for a self-tape, and/or offer feedback if you want it.
My credits include: The Resident, The Wonder Years (new one), One Dog Day, RachelOrmont.com, Law & Order, Good Daughter, Revolution #9, and Line Sisters. I live and work in both the Southeast market and the New York market. I'm also a writer and have published poems and short stories in various literary magazines.
If you don't see me online, you can email me at email@example.com to set something up.
I look forward to meeting you.
Kim Winter Mako was born in Hackensack, NJ, grew up in Oakland, NJ, and attended Indian Hills High School. She went on to study Theatre at Syracuse University's school of Visual & Performing Arts, as well as a semester at The Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center/National Theatre Institute, in New London, Connecticut.
In New York City, Kim was a founding member of aTheatreCo., a non-profit theater company whose members consisted mostly of SU Drama alumni, and produced primarily original plays. Members included Craig Walker, Tom Everett Scott, and Taye Diggs. Through ATheatreCo., Kim was cast in her first small film role in John Hyam's, One Dog Day.
Kim is a continuing Master Class student of Bob Krakower and Amy Lyndon.
Kim lives in Asheville, NC as well as northern New Jersey, and works in Atlanta, Wilmington, Charlotte, and New York City/tri-state area.
Some of Kim's short stories and poetry have been published in literary magazines such as Sou'wester, The Nervous Breakdown, The American Literary Review, Ducts.org, Stoneboat, The Citron Review, and others.