Meet our Presenters
Kim grew up in Stratford upon Avon. After a year as a student ASM at the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry, she attended the Webber Douglas Academy in London for three years.
Her early work took her to the Chichester Festival Theatre, repertory theatre in Harrogate, The Bristol Old Vic and The Redgrave Theatre, Farnham.
Kim played Helga in all 96 episodes of the BBC comedy ‘Allo ‘Allo and the
‘Allo ‘Allo Stage Show which toured the UK, Australia and New Zealand and was a sell out at The Prince of Wales Theatre and The London Palladium for two years. She has also spent a year performing at the Duchess Theatre in the West End in Don't Dress for Dinner.
More recently, Kim played the Headmistress, Miss Gibson, in the UK theatre tour Daisy Pull’s It Off . For the previous three years Kim played another teacher, Mrs. Rawlinson, head of science in the BBC TV classic, Grange Hill. During that period she also toured in the comedy show Mums The Word where she reprised the part of sleep deprived mother, Alison. Other theatre credits include Elsie in Dirty Dusting; Doris in Dry Rot ; Margaret in My Mother Said I Never Should; Vera in Stepping Out; Sheila in Relatively Speaking; Helen in Bedside Manners; Judith Bliss in Hayfever; Jane in Killing Time; Vicky in My Fat Friend; Phillipa James in Double Double; Sarah in Alan Aykbourne's Table Manners and Bridget in Amy Rosenthall’s Sitting Pretty.
Kim has toured extensively to many countries in the Far and Middle East playing in a variety of classic British comedies notably starring twice at The Raffles Jubilee Theatre, Singapore in two of her favourite farces, Funny Money and A Bedfull of Foreigners, directed by her husband, John Nolan. She also played Josie, the lead character in the modern classic, Steaming and Jacquelline, (the part she made her own in the West End production of Don't Dress for Dinner) in New Zealand.
Besides filming 'Allo 'Allo and Grange Hill for a total of 13 years, other TV credits include Fifteen Stories High. Miss Jones and Son, The Peddlar, Play for Today, ITV Comedy Playhouse, The Brittas Empire, Casualty ,The Kelly Montieth Show, and she has just presented her first television documentary, "Cruising the Northern Lights".
Kim has appeared in numerous television Talk and Quiz shows, Radio Drama,
and Pantomimes where, over the years, she has played everything from Principal Boy to Wicked Queen (her favourite role!).