Kim Kopf

Kim moved to Los Angeles to continue her pursuit of film and television work. She studied acting at Playhouse West under the direction of Robert Carnegie and Jeff Goldblum. Other fellow students included Ashley Judd, Shawnee Smith, and Christine Cavanaugh. Soon after her move, Kim was cast by Francis Ford Coppola_ in "Dracula" to do pickup shots for Monica Bellucci, where she worked alongside Sir Anthony Hopkins and Gary Oldman_. She played the lead role in one of the Witchcraft series cult classics, "Witchcraft 8, Salem's Ghost". Kim had standout performances in the lead roles of the thrillers/horrors, "Zig Zag" and "Storm Swept", as well as a striking starring performance in the Tony Scott executive produced comedy, "Big Time". She also was cast to voice the role of 'Hoverchair Mother' in the Academy Award winning Disney/Pixar feature film, "WALL-E". The versatile actress has had films at Cannes Film Festival, HBO Comedy Festival, N.Y. and the International Independent Film Festival