Kim Taff is an AEA and SAG-Eligible actress, born and based in New York.
She is a versatile performer and comedienne. She holds a B.F.A from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts where she trained at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting and worked with Andrew Wade, Alice Saltzman, and Betsy Parrish. She honed her on-camera skills at Stonestreet Studios, Inc. and the Art of Acting Studio in Los Angeles.
She recently wrapped the hilarious indie feature, ASKING FOR IT (dir. Amanda Lunquist), where she played a supporting lead to Janeane Garofalo and David Krumholtz.
Kim continues to impress audiences and critics alike. In the Saint Michael's Playhouse production of YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU, journalist Alex Brown gushed, "The comedy bubbles like a fountain, thanks to the precision of 19 actors working as a team [...] Kim Taff gives [Essie] just enough skill to allow her to keep dreaming, and enough awkwardness to earn BIG laughs."
She continues to develop her craft in classes taught by Anthony Abeson and at The People's Improv Theatre.