After starring as Cosette in the original Canadian production of Les
Miserables, Kim Huffman took her musical theater career to London. There
she studied opera and began acting in British TV and film. With her focus firmly shifted to acting, Huffman moved to New York to
further study and work in theater. While performing at Shakespeare and
Co. in Lenox, Mass., Huffman was offered her first TV series in Canada. Huffman continued to work in film and TV in both Canada, the US and
Europe. She returned to her musical theatre roots, taking on the lead
role of Donna in the Toronto stage production of Mamma Mia for a year. She has also made numerous commercials all over the world, including 3 Silver Lion winners.
Huffman returned to TV in the CBC series Wild Roses, for which she was nominated for Best Lead Actress in a Dramatic Series at the Monte-Carlo TV Festival in 2008.
Huffman now works and lives in California with her husband and two daughters.