Kimber (who prefers to be called Kimber and never Kim) is originally from Oklahoma, and though she does not miss “real weather,” she does miss “real queso.” She earned her BA in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma, then spent a few years in Denver and Dallas performing in professional theatrical productions and teaching children’s theater. Kimber moved to Los Angeles in 2009, and began training at the Groundlings Theater and School. After completing the school’s training program, she was invited to join the Sunday Company, where she spent 18 months writing and performing live sketch and improv shows weekly. Kimber continues to perform at The Groundlings as a guest with the cast of the Crazy Uncle Joe Show, and currently studies at Upright Citizens Brigade because she truly hearts improv the most. Recent acting credits include: the “Unscreened Summer Series” at Macha Theater, the “Not Inappropriate Show” at UCB, HBO’s “The Comeback,” “Junketeers,” a Comedy Central digital series, and also an industrial called “Keeping Farts Funny” (true fact). On the writing side, Kimber worked on “New Girl” on Fox as the writer’s production assistant, and sold her first half-hour original sitcom, “Perfect” to Amazon Studios in 2012.