In 1994, Kim was one of 14 Guiding Light stars to appear on a special set of phone cards called "The Soap Connection Collection." The cards allowed fans of the show to hear interviews and behind the scenes info provided by the character who appeared on the card.
Kim considers herself a "New York Fan" when it comes to football, but she says that she will always root for the Jets over the Giants.
Kim played the part of "Claire" in the T.V. movie Trenchcoat in Paradise in 1989.
Kim starred as "Vonnie" in the T.V. movie The Disappearance of Vonnie in 1994.
Kim starred as Mae West in the stage production of Dirty Blonde in 2002.
Kim appeared in the January 1982 issue of Playboy magazine, as well as appearing in two issues of Celebrity Sleuth magazine.
On December 11, 2005 Kim appeared in a staged reading of the play "The Sunken Living Room" by David Caudle, directed Ryan Rillette. She was joined by Tom Pelphrey of Guiding Light, Halley Wegryn Gross, and John Mangaro.
Kim: (on her lack of screen time on Guiding Light in early 2008) I don't know who the powers-that-be dislike more, Kim Zimmer or Reva Shayne.
Kim: I've waited my whole life to be 50, because I've always felt I was going to be the next Olympia Dukakis.
Kim: I must have cried 15 times a day when we were in Biloxi. Just talking about it makes me want to cry again. Meeting the people who were survivors of that experience and seeing the faith that they always had through that experience, knowing that they would rebuild their lives, they just needed help.
Kim: Guiding Light is my life. I could be there for the next twenty years.
Kim: (After winning her 4th Daytime Emmy) Maybe the gods are intervening and saying you can't leave now. We'll see what happens.
Kim: My first day as Reva, I was in a towel, being massaged, eating fresh crab and drinking Reva's own brand of champagne.
Kim: (talking about her show Guiding Light) I would always say that no one is a star on this show. This is an ensemble.
Kim: Every time I see a red dress in the script, I just know Reva's going to make a fool of herself again.
Kim: (On playing Mae West in "Dirty Blonde") I can totally relate to the character. She was a tough cookie, first of her class.
Kim: Of the three soaps I've done, Guiding Light has the most special people. There's no backstabbing, no major egos.
Kim: Men's roles are awful in daytime. It's the women's roles that are fabulous.