Calling all ‘America’s Got Talent’ fans! If you’ve been keeping up with the current season, then you know that the acts this year aren’t holding back when it comes to the main stage and are going all out to make a worthy first impression. And so far, it has been quite the season! From music to magic, dance and acrobats, the range of performances seems to be vast and wide.
Season 17 has seen some pretty promising comedy acts up until now, with the likes of Jordan Conley, Jack Williams and Mr Pants all advancing to the next round. But as the competition gets tougher, there might be some heavy hitters making their way to the stage. Enter comedian Kim Evey, who not only has a longstanding comedy and acting career, but is also the producer of the hit web series, “The Guild”!
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Who is Kim Evey
Kim Evey is an actress and comedian from Los Angeles. As per her bio, she has been writing and performing comedy for over 30 years and co-founded the improv company Kings’ Elephant Theatre. She is also the web content creator behind ‘Gorgeous Tiny Chicken Machine Show’, as well as the producer of ‘The Guild’.
In a conversation with Tech Republic, Evey spoke about her favorite body of work so far. “We all have our babies, and my baby is Written By a Kid, created by my friends Will Bowles and Josh Flaum. Felicia and I went to them three years ago when we were looking at building new content for our downtime between The Guild seasons It’s really personal to me because one of my favorite things as a producer (mainly because of the grassroots way I became a producer) is to give people opportunities to create things they might Not normally get a chance to do. Our directors are a mix of people who work in TV, film, and YouTube. To be able to give each of them the opportunity to see how creative they can be very fulfilling to me.”
Some of Evey’s TV credits include — ‘Station 19’, ‘The Apostles’, ‘Boston Legal’, ‘The Young and the Restless’, ‘The OC’, ‘ER’ and ‘Judging Amy’.
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