Kim and longtime boyfriend Christopher Morgan got married on July 23, 2007.
Kim and her boyfriend, Broadway actor Christopher Morgan, welcomed a son, Sebastian Alexander Morgan, in May, 2007. This is the first child for Kim and Christopher.
Kim is a born-again Christian, and speaks to youth groups and at schools about religion, and its importance in life.
Kim's favorite music: The O'Jays, Keith Sweat, Usher, Anita Baker, Patti LaBelle, Whitney Houston, and Marvin Gaye.
Kim's favorite: color is black, food is turkey lasagna, season is Autumn, and vacation spot is St Lucia.
Kim was honored by the NAACP, with an 'Image Award' for 'Best Director' for bringing Vanities to the stage in 1994, and again in 1995 for 'Best Actress' for her role in Fight The Good Fight.
Kim made her television debut at age five, when she appeared on an episode of the PBS children's show, Sesame Street.
Kim changed her look, and her over-all style in 2006, either wearing a large blonde afro, or platinum blonde braids and calling herself 'Blondie Lox'. She released a new CD under this persona, titled Smooth is Spoken Here.
Kim began performing with the rap and R&B music group Impromp2, after Living Single was cancelled.
Kim has directed several episodes of the Nickelodeon series, Kenan & Kel.
Kim's sister is Alexis Fields, who plays a role on Sister, Sister.
Kim appeared in the play The Vagina Monologues in Chicago, 2001.
Kim appeared in commercials for Mrs. Butterworth's maple syrup in 1977.
Kim appeared in the Boyz II Men video, On Bended Knee.
Kim was listed as #23 on VH1's list of '100 Greatest Kid Stars'.
Kim is the owner of her own production company, titled 'Victory Entertainment'.
Kim's Living Single producers wrote her real-life breast reduction into her storyline on the show in 1994.
Kim was arrested in 1999 for protesting against police officers for shooting an unarmed black woman.
Kim's nicknames are: Ruth(less), Kimmy, and The Vet(ran).
Kim graduated from Burbank high school in 1986, and was voted 'Most Talented' in her class.
Kim graduated from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California in 1993, with a degree in communications.
As a ten year-old, Kim Fields was too short to be believed as one of the twelve year-old characters on The Facts of Life, so the producers had her character, Tootie, wear rollerskates all throughout the first season so that she would appear taller.
While there were male child stars of color for years there was no successful female eqivalent until Fields came along in the mid 70s.
Kim is the daughter of Chip Fields from Good Times.
Kim I base all my decisions in spirit. I pray on all things big and small, and I know that I will follow the right path set forth for me. Faith has brought me through the best and the worst of times.
Kim: Enough of the 'Tootie', that was so long ago, it was so long ago ten years ago. I try to smile and go with the flow when kids ask 'Tootie' for an autograph, but the adults....that gets me hot under the collar.