At the age of 13 months, Kim Evey decided to move from her home in Seoul, South Korea and adopted a pair of cute, caucasian-American parents in the States. Moving to seven different cities before she turned 12, Kim finally settled in Albuquerque, NM, where she impressed local middle- and high-schools with her magnificent attendance.
She began acting in high school and improvising in college as a member of Phantasmagoria Improvisational Theater. In 1988 she and several members of Phantasmagoria moved to Seattle, WA and founded the long-form improvisation group Kings' Elephant Theater (with Heather Hughes, Jennifer Jasper, Kevin Kent, Brian Neel & Joe Zavadil).
In Seattle, Kim worked as worked as an artist in residence with the Seattle Repertory and Intiman Theaters, honed her writer/performer comedy skills as a guest cast member for two seasons on the long running, Emmy winning comedy show "Almost Live," and played the lead role of Lillian in the romantic feature film "Nowheresville." She also toured nationally for Living Voices, performing the solo show "Within the Silence" about Japanese American internment during WWII.
In 2000, Kim moved to Los Angeles, where she now works as an actor, writer and web series producer. Television appearances include: "Shark," "Boston Legal," "E.R.," "JAG," "The O.C.," "Judging Amy," "Crossing Jordan," "L.A. Dragnet," "Philly," "Strong Medicine" and several pilots. Writing credits include episodes of "Sherm!" and "Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi," as well as her own original web series Gorgeous Tiny Chicken Machine Show and 2 Hot Girls in the Shower. Kim also co-produces Felicia Day's popular web series The Guild and co-created the internet sensation Retarded Policeman.
On the LA stage, Kim is an alum of Improv Olympic West and ACME Comedy Theater, where she also taught sketch comedy writing.
Kim lives in Los Angeles with her husband Greg and their dog Buddy. She is lactose intolerant but otherwise loves everyone and everything unconditionally.