Kim Blanck is a Drama Desk Award–winning actor and vocalist.
She has developed and starred in some of the American theater’s most anticipated world premieres in recent memory, including Dave Malloy’s award-winning Off-Broadway hit “Octet” (the Signature), Malloy and Rachel Chavkin’s “Moby-Dick” (A.R.T.), and Duncan Sheik & Steven Sater’s “Alice by Heart” (MCC).
Onscreen, she can be seen opposite Elizabeth Banks in “Call Jane,” which premiered at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival, in the lead role in Paige Campbell’s feature “Friday Afternoon,” and on television in “Dr. Death” (Peacock) and “WeCrashed” (Apple TV+).
As a singer, her work can be heard on the original cast albums of “Octet” and “Alice by Heart,” on Shaina Taub’s 2022 album “Songs of the Great Hill,” and in Liann Kaye’s award-winning miniseries, “The Blessing.” She has performed live at Joe’s Pub, 54 Below, Little Island, Town Hall, Bonnaroo, and most recently as a soloist with the Broadway Sinfonietta in their debut full orchestra concert with Carnegie Hall Citywide.
Kim holds her MFA in Acting from UC San Diego and is a native of Menlo Park, California.