Kimberly Scott

Kimberly Scott is an actress, best known for K-PAX, Batman Forever, Flatliners, and The Abyss. Other film credits include Love & Other Drugs, The Happiest Day of His Life, The United States of Leland, I Am Sam, and Sweet Jane.

Broadway credits include her debut in Joe Turner's Come and Gone, as Molly Cunningham, earning Tony and Drama Desk Award nominations (Ethel Barrymore Theatre). Other theatre credits include Mae in Head of Passes (Berkeley Repertory); Annie in Familiar and Linda Loman in Death of a Salesman (Yale Repertory); Mistress Quickly in Henry IV Part 2, Charles in As You Like It, Dembi in The Liquid Plain, Amira in Party People, and Viola Pettus in American Night (Oregon Shakespeare Festival); Mammy in The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler, Stage Manager in Our Town, and Mrs. Muller in Doubt, A Parable (South Coast Repertory); and Hilaria in Restoration Comedy (Old Globe Theatre).