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Kim Zambrano on Third Watch
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With her long face and delicate features, actress Kim Raver has a screen image that is hard to forget. Long before she blossomed into a willowy beauty, Raver began her acting career as a performer on the children`s show Sesame Street, starting in 1975 when she was just six. Raver`s supportive parents soon got her involved in an off-Broadway youth theater project, and by the time the young thespian was 18, she was pursuing a fine arts degree from Boston University.
By her early twenties, Raver paid her dues as well as her bills with appearances in commercials as well as shows like Law & Order and Spin City. She maintained a presence on the stage, acting in theatrical productions of plays like Holiday, but by the new millennium, Raver would be making some major commitments. Not only did she get married to director Manu Boyer in 2000, but she also signed on for a starring role on the series Third Watch that same year. She gave birth to her son Luke in 2002 and then left Third Watch in 2004 to join the cast of the hit real-time thriller series 24. Her recurring role as Jack Bauer`s sometime love interest kept her quite busy, so busy in fact that her career was barely effected by the failure of a series she starred in called The Nine, which premiered in 2006 but was canceled after just eight episodes. Fans could catch Raver later that same year on the big screen, as she played the ex-wife of Ben Stiller`s character in the hit fantasy comedy Night at the Museum. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide
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fine arts graduate of Boston University
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Kimberly Jayne Raver
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Kimberly Jayne "Kim" Raver (born March 15, 1969) is an American actress. She is best known for television roles as Kim Zambrano on Third Watch, Audrey Raines on 24 and Teddy Altman on ABC's medical drama Grey's Anatomy.
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Married||Kim Raver and Manu Boyer have been married since Jul 2000.|||