Kimberley Drummond born in Spanish Town, Jamaica migrated to the USA with her mom at the young age of four. While attending school, Kimberley began dance classes as a hobby and fell in love with the stage that made her want to learn everything about it. She attended Middle & High Schools for Performing Arts in South Florida . After graduating, she was accepted in the New York School for Film and Television Conservatory where she studied her on-camera training.
Continuing her studies with local coaches in New York City, she landed the supporting role as Taqua in the Independent film Mooz-Lum alongside greats Nia Long, Roger Guenveur Smith, Evan Ross, Danny Glover . This is Kimberley’s first movie re-telling one Muslims experience during 911.
Kimberley has since made television appearances on CW’s highest rated show, The Vampire Diaries, Rectify on Sundance TV, Homeland, Fuller House, BET’s The Game and many more. Kimberley has also been featured in films such as the critically acclaimed Hunger Games franchise in Catching Fire & Magic Mike XXL. With an outstanding career thus far, Kimberley’s future is looking very promising!