Kim Hale is a self-proclaimed multi-hyphenate creative who is equally comfortable in front of the camera and “behind the scenes.”
Kim is featured as the "Pie Lady" in the upcoming Netflix holiday musical Christmas on the Square starring Dolly Parton, Christine Baranski, Jenifer Lewis and Treat Williams. Kim was also one of the Assistant Choreographers of the film directed and choreographed by Emmy Award and Golden Globe winner Debbie Allen. She also assisted Ms. Allen on Diana Ross at the Hollywood Bowl 2018 and performed in the Motown legend’s 75th Birthday Concert at the Hollywood Palladium. Other recent credits include The Ellen Show, Grey's Anatomy as well as multiple episodes of The Late Late Show with James Corden choreographed by Emmy Award nominee Chloe Arnold. Kim appeared in the National Tour of Applause directed by Gene Saks and choreographed by Ann Reinking, pre-Broadway workshops of Chicago and Fosse, Debbie Allen’s Hot Chocolate Nutcracker as well as industrials for Shell Oil, State Farm, Harley Davidson and Redken. She served as Director and Choreographer of the 2nd Annual ANOC Awards Dinner and Gala which aired on NBC Sports Network and was part of the Creative Team of the Special Olympics 2015 Opening Ceremonies directed by Debbie Allen which aired on ESPN.
Kim spent five years as Assistant Professor of Dance in the BFA Musical Theater program at Syracuse University where she taught all levels of jazz, theater dance and ballet. She also served on the dance faculty at AMDA-LA, Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, Debbie Allen Dance Academy and as a guest teacher at The Edge in Los Angeles and Steps on Broadway in New York City. Kim spent six years as an Agent in the Dance Education and Choreography Departments at The Movement Talent Agency (MTA). She also spent three years on Revel Dance Convention traveling the country scouting dancers for MTA. She recently founded Kim Hale | Public Relations which represents artists and creators at all stages of their careers.
Kim was born in Torrance, CA and received her Bachelor’s of Science from Wellesley College and Master’s Degree from Syracuse University.