Kimberlee made her Steppenwolf Theatre debut in "Words on Fire" in 2000. She was seen in Rebecca Gilman's adaptation The Crime of the Century for Circle Theatre. Other Chicago credits include A Christmas Carol at the Goodman Theatre; Eleven Rooms of Proust, adapted and directed by Mary Zimmerman in collaboration with About Face Theatre and Lookingglass Theatre Company; In the Heart of America for About Face Theatre (After Dark Award for best ensemble), directed by Eric Rosen; How I Learned to Drive for Chicago Theatres on the Air, presented by Northlight Theatre and starring Bruce Davison; The Dream Home for Bailiwick Director's Festival; Ladyhouse Blues for Fleetwood Jourdain; and Deep in My Heart for Curtis Ingram Productions. Kimberlee has performed for the N.W. Asian-American Theatre in Seattle, at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Irene Ryan National Finalist), and with Mako in the West Coast premiere of Stephen Sondheim's Pacific Overtures. On-camera credits include A Day Unlike Any Other, Piece of Work, Fear No More, and Alan park-er's feature Come See the Paradise.