Appeared in Lillian Hellman's "The Children's Hour" staged by Miss Hellman and co-starring Patricia Neal. Produced at the Coronet Theater by Kermit Bloomgarden (12-18-52 through 5-30-53.
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5' 3½" (1.61 m)
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[on "Lilith" in a 1986 interview] The tensions on the set contributed to his (Rossen's) death. I don't think I want to talk about it. Since then, Warren has grown so; at that time, he wasn't ready to be a star. He knew it and was scared! In rehearsal, he'd be great. The closer he got to the camera, the more he'd retreat. He'd cut half his lines, which made Warren interesting and the rest of us ...
According to an in-depth article on Kim by Joseph Collura
in the October 2009 issue of "Classic Images", Kim was quiet and painfully shy as a child and overcame it through the guidance of a local dramatics teacher, a Mrs. Carmine. Included were diction, voice and posture lessons.