Kimberly is an indigenous actor, writer and educator dedicated to storytelling that activates the human spirit.
Kimberly Guerrero is an Oklahoma-born, LA-based actor, writer, and director. Her recent stage credits include Manahatta (The Public Theater, Off-Broadway) August: Osage County (Steppenwolf, Chicago/Broadway/London/Sydney and The Old Globe, San Diego with director Sam Gold), The Frybread Queen (Native Voices, LA), and Steel Magnolias (TPAC, Nashville). Her notable Film/TV acting credits include The Cherokee Word for Water, Hidalgo, Taking Chances, Longmire, Grey’s Anatomy, and a memorable turn as Jerry’s Native American girlfriend in Seinfeld. As a writer, Kimberly attended the Sundance Native Screenwriter’s Lab, and was a finalist for the Rockefeller New Media Fellowship, ABC/Disney Writing Fellowship, and the Humanitas Award in Screenwriting. She has directed award-winning short films, music videos, and plays including Star Stage Left (LATC, LA) and Creation Station (Showcase Theater, San Diego). Kimberly is a co-founder of the StyleHorse Collective, a highly acclaimed group of indigenous content-makers, and received her BA from UCLA and an MFA from UC Riverside where she currently serves as an Assistant Professor in Theatre, Film and Digital Production.