Kimberly Jan Dickens has had lead roles in the films as Truth or Consequences, Zero Effect, Mercury Rising, and several supporting roles in television series and movies including Hollow Man, House of Sand and Fog, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children.
Making her stage debut in a student production at Vanderbilt University, she has earned nominations from various awards shows for her works. Currently, she plays as the lead character in the television show Briarpatch alongside Rosario Dawson, Jay R. Ferguson, Edi Gathegi, and Brian Geraghty. Here are seven interesting facts about Kim Dickens.
7. How old is Kim Dickens?
Born on June 18, 1965, Kim Dickens is 54 years old as of now. Dickens is 5 feet and 6½ inches tall (1.69 m). Kim Dickens lives in Los Angeles and New York City. She visits Huntsville every Christmas, the place she grew up in with her mother, Pam Clark Howell, and Justin Dickens.
Dickens was involved in school sports and played softball, basketball, and tennis at Lee High School. She is also the recipient of many honors as a senior, becoming a member of the National Honor Society, and winning the student of the month title.
6. Dickens joined Twitter in 2015
The 54 years old actress is active in both Twitter and Instagram. Her Instagram account has 104k followers, and she often uses it to provide her fans with updates regarding her present and future projects.
On the other hand, Dickens joined Twitter on April 4, 2015, and she currently has 33.3k followers. If you want to follow Dickens on social media, her Twitter handle is @KimDickens, and the Instagram username is @kimdickens.
5. Kim is Crazy for Country Music
It is in Kim's genes to love country music. Her father, Justin Dickens, was a country singer and songwriter, and growing up in the South intensified her love for the genre.
Her car radio is always tuned into some country radio stations, but she is very particular about the songs' style. Dickens doesn't like much of the contemporary country's melodies and prefers traditional style.
4. She was in the Prequel of The Walking Dead
Kim Dickens was not in The Walking Dead, but she appered as the main cast in the prequel of The Walking Dead titled Fear the Walking Dead.
In the show, Dickens' character, Madison "Maddy" Clark is seen as the guidance counselor of a high school and a main protagonist from season one to four.
For her performance in the show, Kim earned a nomination in Saturn Award for best actress on television for two consecutive years.
3. Is Kim Dickens married?
The 54 years old has a daughter, who was born on October 2000. There isn't much credible information online regarding Kim's past and present relationship.
According to some sites, Kim is married to Canadian entrepreneur Ken Dixon. However, neither of her biography page in IMDb and Wikipedia have confirmed the details. Also, since Dixon hasn't labeled any of the rumored romance as a relationship, it's better not to weigh in on the speculations.
2. Has a Net Worth of $2 Million
Dickens made her screen debut with the movie Palookaville in 1995. In later years, she played supporting roles in TV films as Voice from the Grave and Two Mothers for Zachary.
Her notable film credits include Hollow Man, Gone Girl, Things Behind the Sun, Footloose, and recently she appeared in the true story based movie, Lizzie.
In the television scene, the 54 years old actress is prominent for her appearance in Deadwood, Lost, House of Cards, Talking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead, and Briarpatch. Dickens television and movie works can be credited to her net worth of $2 million.
1. She is the Main Cast of Briarpatch
Kim Dickens plays Eve Raytek in the anthology series Briarpatch which premiered on February 6, 2020. Dickens' agent had received an e-mail from show creator Andy Greenwald for the role of Eve Raytek. Along with that, Kim also received the script of episode two and pilot episode video.
After watching the pilot and being impressed by the 'execution of style and genre and dark comedy,' Dickens immediately accepted the offer. Eve's antagonistic and flamboyant nature also played a bit of a part for accepting the part.