Who is Kimberly-Sue Murray?
Kimberly-Sue Murray is a Canadian actress who caught the spotlight after playing Danika Dubov in the Netflix fantasy web series V-Wars. The Quebec native has already made a mark in the show business through her stellar portrayals in Crimson Peak, The Lizzie Borden Chronicles, and Perfect Romance. Her selected television works include Being Human, Murdoch Mysteries, Beauty and the Beast and The Listener. In 2019, she played the character of Seelie Queen Amara on Freeform’s supernatural horror series Shadowhunters.
Kimberly-Sue Murray was born on the 3rd of November 1988, in Gaspe, Quebec, Canada. She is currently 31 years old.
|Birth Name||Kimberly-Sue Murray|
|Date of Birth||November 3, 1988|
|Place of Birth||Gaspe, Quebec, Canada|
|Age||31 years old|
Family and Education
While there are not many details available about her parents and siblings, we can certainly say that she has lived in her hometown of Gaspe her entire early life.
Murray attended Dawson College in Montreal where she studied professional theatre and then spent two years at Norman Jewison’s prestigious Canadian Film Centre.
Kimberly-Sue Murray Love Life
Kimberly-Sue Murray is in a relationship with cinematographer Ian Macmillan.
|Height||Feet – 5 feet 6 inches|
Centimeters – 168 cm
Meters – 1.68 m
|Weight||Kilograms – 57 kg|
Pounds – 125 lbs
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
|Dress Size||4 (US)|
|Distinctive Features||Reddish-brown hair|
Striking blue eyes
Kimberly-Sue Murray made her acting debut as Margie in the 2012 drama film “Tree Line.” Written and directed by Nicholas Kinsey, the film revolves around the disappearance of a 60-year-old mother Meg Wilson (played by Rose Ryan). The film starred Kristin Wallace and Babak A. Motamed in the lead roles.
Murray’s early acting credits include portraying the character of Sherry in the short film called “To the Teeth” and starring as Angelface in “Rattan,” which is also a short film.
Murray’s first acting role came in 2010 when she played the role of Monica in the crime-drama TV movie “The Perfect Teacher.”
Two years later, she played Carmen in the TV mini-series “Charles Goes on a Date” and then starred as Emma in the drama fantasy series “Being Human” alongside Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, and Sam Huntington.
Kimberly-Sue Murray earned a lot of fame that eventually catapulted her to stardom status for her role as Danika Dubov in the Netflix drama sci-fi series V-Wars as well as portraying the character of Seelie Queen Amara in the supernatural horror series Shadowhunters.
Though she had been a part of several TV shows and films, one can easily say that these two roles are apparently her breakthrough roles in more than a decade of her acting career.
Kimberly-Sue Murray Net Worth
Kimberly-Sue Murray’s net worth, as of 2019, is estimated to be around $200,000 dollars.
Murray on Social Media
Kimberly-Sue is very active on social media and has a significant following on different social media sites. She has over 35 thousand followers on Instagram, which is her favorite social media site of choice. Not only has she shares updates on her projects but also she shares the pictures from on0and-off the shoots and her daily life. she has a little less than 5 thousand followers on Twitter.
Kimberly-Sue Murray Facts
A funny conversation about actors with her cousin at the age of nine years old instilled an interest in acting into her.
Having grown up in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, there aren’t many options to pursue acting, so her mother used to drive her to Quebec City and Montreal for open casting calls for roles on French television.
As an aspiring actor, she moved to Montreal at age 17 to study professional theatre at Dawson College and then relocated to Toronto where she attended the Canadian Film Centre Actors Conservatory.
She auditioned for a role in a television movie called The Perfect Teacher and subsequently got selected for the role. That was her first acting gif and the rest is history.
She is a huge fan of the vampire genre and Buffy, Twilight, and True Blood are some of her favorite movies that fall in that category.
Her motto in life is “Be unapologetically yourself.”
Murray won the Brian Linehan Actor Award for her work in the short film ‘She Came Knocking’, which she co-wrote, produced and starred in.
In addition to being an actress, she is also very much interested in photography. Her works can be found on her Instagram account.
She had starred alongside Katherine McNamara in Shadowhunters.