Kimberly Skyrme Casting is a full-service casting company connecting actors with television, film, and commercial productions on the East Coast.
Kimberly’s portfolio includes work on Unsolved Mysteries, Deep Impact, Hearts in Atlantis, Beloved, Pelican Brief, True Lies, Death of a Nation, Group House, Camouflage, as well as McCormick, Washington Post, AOL and Bud Light commercials. Kimberly recently completed casting for her largest endeavor yet, the Netflix original series House of Cards which Season Two premiered on February 14, 2014. She is currently ending casting local talent for Season Three.
She works directly with Producers and Directors during the development, creative, and pre-production phases. Personal attention is paid to all phases of casting from the initial meeting to hear the Director’s vision, to talent selection, audition logistics and post production needs. In addition to the pre-screening of talent and creative selection of the most qualified actors, her services also include live, video, or audio auditions. Kimberly facilitates and attends all auditions and call back sessions. She and her team can handle rehearsal schedules, script delivery, wardrobe requirements, fittings, final call times, directions and location information.
In addition to her pursuit as a Casting Director her close interactions with Producers and Production Managers from feature films and television series she was able to garner producing skills from some of Hollywood and New York’s A-Listers. To pursue these talents, she founded Wonder Wheel Entertainment. Her producing credits include film, commercials and interactive training programs. The Production entity has expanded to encompasses the combined talents of her colleagues to offer Script to Screen production services under the name of Wonder Wheel Media Group.
Kimberly’s background in acting, dance and teaching are apparent in her commitment to the numerous service and educational organizations. She is currently the Chair of the Board for Women in Film and Television International (WiFTI), member of Women in Film and Video Washington DC (WiFV-DC), and New York Women in Film and Television (NYWiFT) and is one of the founding members of Television, Internet & Video Association (TIVA) and the Peer Awards. Over the last two decades she has served on Boards and Committees of Washington Film and Video Council (WFVC), Up With People International Alumni Association (UWPIAA), Junior League of Washington (JLW) and the New York Junior League (NYJL). She is also on the Board of Directors of The National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts (NCDA).