Kim stays in great shape by doing pilates and yoga.
Kim made her film debut in That Was Then... This Is Now.
Kim received Emmy nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 1998 and 1999 for her role on NYPD Blue.
Kim received Screen Actors Guild nominations for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series from 1996-1998 for her role on NYPD Blue.
She was nominated for six SAG Awards for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series from 1995-2000 for NYPD Blue. She won in 1995.
Kim is friends with the owner of the Philadelphia Eagles and gave her father 50-yard line season tickets for life.
One of Kim's nicknames is Crash Delaney because she says she doesn't have the best driving record.
Kim is of Irish descent and was raised Catholic.
Kim was married to actor Joseph Cortese for five years. They had one son together named Jack who was born in 1990.
Kim was married to actor Charles Grant for four years.
Kim is 5' 7" tall.
Kim has four brothers.
Kim was once engaged to producer Alan Barnette.
Kim graduated from Hallahan Catholic Girls High School.
Kim: (on working with the predominately female cast of "Army Wives") It's so much fun because it's like I get to have sisters and just goof around. It's a different energy on set, we talk more, about everything from golf - I'm learning to play - to how your skin's looking. [Laughs]
Kim: (on working with the predominately male cast of "NYPD Blue") I know how guys talk, so I'm not easily offended. Guys can fight and be best friends five minutes later. Women have to air it out, hold on to it, work on it.