KIM D’ARMOND is a character actor who has worked on projects for Showtime, ABC, NBC, CBS, Netflix and Amazon. From comedy to drama, her resume lists some of the industry’s most popular and renowned television shows. D’Armond has also worked with some of Hollywood’s A-list talent, giving her many opportunities to really hone her craft.
Most recent for D’Armond is the role of ‘911 Wendy’ in the film, Breaking, with John Boyega, Connie Britton and Michael Kenneth Williams. The film is based on the true story of Marine Veteran Brian Brown-Easley who takes a bank and holds several of its employees as hostages when he is denied support from Veterans Affairs, setting the stage for a tense confrontation with the police and 911 operators. The film was released August 26, 2022.
D'Armond’s additional credits include Super Pumped, the 2022 Emmy-nominated I Think You Should Leave, Home Economics, Superstore, This Is Us, Bosch, and Fresh Off the Boat. She is also remembered as ‘Nanny Katie’ in the Disney/BBC feature, Saving Mr. Banks.
Born and raised in Indianapolis, Kim D’Armond attended Cathedral High School and obtained a degree in Theatre from University of Evansville. As a grad student, she was fortunate enough to work with Mike Nichols, Paul Sills, Gene Hackman, Ian McKellen, and Nicholas Hytner while studying classic theater at The National Theatre of Great Britain.
D’Armond is a proud member of The Television Academy and WIF.