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Born: September 14, 1971 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Rye, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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2006:
Co-starred with Matthew McConaughey in the sports drama "We Are Marshall" directed by McG
1991:
Feature film debut in "Father of the Bride"
2000:
Made London stage debut in "Speed-the-Plow"
1999:
Portrayed the youthful incarnation of Sharon Stone's Rosie in "Simpatico"
1990:
TV debut as a teenage "other woman" in ABC Afterschool Special, "Stood Up"; billed as Kimberly Payne Williams
1996:
Appeared with "Father of the Bride" co-star George Newbern in a series of commercials for Hallmark
2001:
Returned to series TV as co-star of the ABC fall sitcom "According to Jim"
2000:
Starred in the NBC fanatasy miniseries "The 10th Kingdom"
2006:
Cast as Billy's mom in the family comedy, "How to Eat Fried Worms"
1999:
Had featured role in "Just a Little Harmless Sex"
1985:
Moved with her family to Rye, New York
1985:
Neighbor, actress Anna Holbrook (of "Another World"), sent Williams' photo to the William Morris Agency; Williams then appeared in commercials for Pizza Hut, Clearasil and o.b. Tampons (date approximate)
2001:
Co-starred in the "Hallmark Hall of Fame" production "Follow the Stars Home" (CBS)
1993:
Graduated college, moved to Los Angeles
1997:
Made Broadway debut in Alfred Uhry's award-winning "The Last Night of Ballyhoo"
1992:
Played the nervous bride in AT&T Calling Card commercial

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