(Yon Greene) studied acting at Chicago's prestigious Goodman School
of Drama, where she received a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts
in 1987, after having trained at the Polish Laboratory Theatre
in New York and at the Stratford Festivals in Ontario. Canada
and in England.
Kim began her career on the stage, appearing in regional productions
of "Uncle Vanya" at the Seattle Repertory Theatre, "Last
of the Suns" at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre and in a wide
range of roles at various prominent Chicago theater companies,
including the Organic Theatre, the Wisdom Bridge Theatre, the
Body Politic and the Goodman, where she appeared in "Passion
Play." She also spent two seasons at Minneapolis' famous
Kim made her feature film debut in Trauma, going on to
appear in such films as The Mighty Ducks, Star Trek: Generations,
Disclosure and Volcano.
Her television credits include the series "Xena" and
"Courthouse" and the made-for-television movies "White
Mile," "The Howard Beach Story" and "Moment
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