Kimberly Laferriere


Born: Montreal, Quebec, Canada


Kimberly Laferriere is a Canadian actor from Quebec, who has performed in both french and english. She performed in her first feature film, an English language film, Winter Lily, in 2000, when she was 14 years old. She splits her time between Toronto, Montreal and Los Angeles. In 2013 a touring company was performing in a play based on J.M. Coetzee’s novel Waiting for the Barbarians. One of the actors, Chiedza Mhende, from Zimbabwe, was not able to get a visa for Canada, and Laferriere stepped in to take her role. In 2017 Laferriere played a francophone visitor to Toronto in the experimental film White Night. Laferriere played Natasha, in Fugueuse, a more experienced sex-trade worker, who shows a teen-age runaway the ropes. In a 2018 interview she predicted that viewers of season two would come to see that her character was also a victim.

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