About Kimberly Rhinelander
Kimberly Rhinelander is a professional dancer, singer, actress. Kimberly has worked in all aspects of the entertainment industry including Broadway, Feature Films, Television and Commercials. Her career began at the age of sixteen when she worked as a dancer in the parades at Disneyland. Upon graduating high school, she was whisked off to Tokyo Disneyland where she performed as a Disney Princess throughout the park for two contracts. When she returned, Kimberly auditioned for a prestigious scholarship program with master teacher Jackie Sleight, and trained with her extensively for a full year. Three weeks after the scholarship program ended, Kimberly booked her first Broadway show, the 1st National Tour of The Will Rogers Follies.
After a year of touring, Kimberly moved to Queens, NY and began her training in New York. Kimberly lived in NYC for five years and performed in many regional productions including Damn Yankees, Gigi, West Side Story, On The Town and Happy Days to name a few. Additional Broadway credits include as Little Me starring Martin Short, directed by Rob Marshall, Promises Promises with Martin Short, also directed by Rob Marshall and Chicago The Musical directed by Walter Bobbie and choreographed by Ann Reinking. Kimberly's dream came true when she performed with one of her idols, Julie Andrews, on Broadway with the show Victor/Victoria directed by Blake Edwards and choreographed by Rob Marshall. She also appeared on the great stage at Radio City Music Hall as a Radio City Rockette.
After leaving NYC, Kimberly moved back to her hometown of Los Angeles to pursue work in television and film. She had great success, performing on several television shows, feature films and award shows, and in numerous national commercials.
Kimberly competes ballroom in the style of American Smooth and American Rhythm. She was a finalist in both 2017 and 2018 at the Emerald Ball Dance Sport Championships.
She is certified in Adult & Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED.