Kim Raver gave birth to her second child, Leo Kipling Boyer, with husband Manuel Boyer on October 9, 2007 in New York City.
Kim studied acting in New York under Wynn Handman.
Kim's husband, Manuel Boyer, is a french filmmaker.
Kim's husband, Manuel Boyer, has dark hair and brown eyes.
Kim made an appearance in the feature film City Hall with Al Pacino.
After leaving Sesame Street at aged 9, Kim joined Off-Broadway's first all children's theater.
Early in her career Kim did commercials for Visa and Jeep.
Kim recieved a BFA from Boston University School for the Arts back in 1991.
Kim has an older sister named Cybele.
Kim's mother is Tina Raver, her step-father is Chris Meltesen.
Kim Raver auditioned for a part in The Last of the Mohicans but was not successful.
Kim spends her free time running and doing yoga.
Kim is fluent in both French and German.
Kim gave birth to a son in 2002. His name is Luke.
Kim is 5' 9" (175cm)
Kim has dark blonde hair and blue eyes.
Kim's nickname is Kimmy.
Kim was a regular on the childrens show Sesame Street for 3 years when she was young.
In 2006 Kim was in the movie Night at the Museum.
In 2005 Kim Raver was in the following movies:
Prisoner and Keep Your Distance.
In 2004 Kim was in the movie Mind the Gap.
In 2002 Kim was in the movie Martin & Orloff.
Kim got married to Manuel Boyer in July, 2000.
Kim Raver: (on her 24 character, Audrey Raines) Well, she had a gun and she shot off a couple rounds last year, but it wasn't like the way Chloe got to do it Rambo There are definitely a couple crazy scenes coming up. I don't know if they'd ever let her be Jack Bauer-esque. I think it'd be fun, I don't think it would necessarily be real. Everybody secretly wants to be Jack Bauer. But that's what Kiefer does so well.
Kim Raver: We don't have a real religious tradition, so Christmas for me and my family is a time to come together, a time to share.
Kim Raver: (on her 24 co-star, Carlos Bernard) Its tough when anyone leaves the show, but it was especially hard with Carlos. He was more than just another actor. Carlos was a presence on the set. He was very funny and sort of a group prankster. We had a party for him, but looking around I got the feeling nobody-not even the producers and writers who wrote him off wanted to see him go.
Kim Raver: (on her plans for work this summer) That's why I'm doing a comedy movie with Ben Stiller, Night at the Museum. It's a huge comedy. I loved it, working with Ben Stiller and Paul Rudd. Definitely keeping it light during the hiatus is a great, great combination.
Kim Raver: (on her thoughts on the 24 cast and crew) We do enjoy each other's company, cast and crew, and that's really important. And Carlos is definitely the prankster of the group. Kiefer plays chess and he's teaching me darts.
Kim Raver: (on her 24 character, Audrey Raines) I definitely feel like Audrey is very different from last year. Last year, she was very reactive, and this year is much more proactive. And she's not going to stand for things she thinks will hurt the country, for example, the relationship with Lynn. I think that comes from what happened to her last year and that will keep continuing throughout the season.
Kim Raver: (on her 24 character, Audrey Raines) I just don't look at the scripts that way. I look at it like, 'what's the journey for Audrey next?' Coming up are five episodes that just have been so unbelievably intense for my character. There's so much going on for her, I'm just so excited to be able to play that. I've also been able to do some stuff with Peter Weller, and he's just such a great actor.
Kim Raver: (on 24) You get the scripts and you read it and you're just thinking, 'That can't be!' I went to the producers and asked 'Is this true?!' Sure enough, it was. I know for some of the actors, if it's going to be for the greater good of the show, you're willing to go. That's not to say that you wouldn't miss it or be saddened by it. The people who've gone know that it's something that eventually would have to happen.
Kim Raver: (on Louis Lombardi's final scene in 24) Heartbreaking. You get attached not only to the actors, but also to the characters. The relationship between Edgar and Chloe was so moving and touching and funny. Every character is such an integral part of 24, so when someone leaves, it's so sad.
Kim Raver: (on shooting her scenes in 24) My eyes are still swollen from yesterday. It's pretty emotional but that's also kind of a great part of it. We're also doing it take after take after take, but when you get to play opposite people like Kiefer and William Devane, there's such a high caliber of actors. It's also a great challenge to an actor to be doing that - and the writing is so good.
Kim Raver: (on why she joined 24) There's so many elements to it. I mean, Kiefer Sutherland was definitely a major element to it and Joel Surnow, the producer and creator of it was another one. But I loved the role. I mean, Audrey Raines is a smart, intelligent female but she's vulnerable and sensitive, and she's at really a strange time in her life. And also I liked her because she's flawed.
Kim Raver: (on shooting 24) It is, I have to say. It's really amazing. Kiefer Sutherland really likes to set the tone with that. He sets the tone really high with the work, and then also the speed. You can tell the way the speed of the show is, that's really the way the speed of the shooting is too.