About - Kim Ramón

Go to content
    Kim Ramón is a young Toronto-based actor. Having studied classical voice at Western University, her craft is rooted in character and text study. This practice was typically in foreign language, preparing art song and opera during her post secondary studies.

    Miss Ramón's start was in theater, performing numerous roles in musicals, operas as well as plays. Since graduation, she has branched-off into voice over and film work, with such film credits as The Canada Council for the Arts and Ontario Arts Council funded short film, "The Violinist", as well as "Mama Jo", the recipient of Best Canadian Film in the Montreal International Indie Short Film Awards. Her voice over highlights comprise of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada's 2019 Light the Night campaign with Olympian Max Parrot, 'Kaelli "Daughter" Entrati' in Digital Extreme Ltd.'s "Warframe: Heart Of Deimos", and in contrast, the recurring character of 'Doctor Apocalypso' in the children's social-emotional educational podcast, "Imagine Neighbourhood", now in it's second season. The Toronto Fringe Festival's response to the virtual transition found the new mucial "Back and Forth", now set to tour both the Toronto and Winnipeg Festivals in 2021, resulted in  "Back and Forth: In Concert", where an unprecedented stage festival turned short film festival. Miss Ramón continues to search for more performing opportunities in as many medias as the industry has to offer.

   A lover of all living things, when not performing ​she enjoys studying film in the company of her Russian Blue and Siamese cats.
Back to content