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CASTmember Spotlight- Kim “Lily Winters” Barrett

I am an only child, born and raised just 20 minutes outside of Boston.  Ever since I was little I have always had a passion for acting.  From demanding a full audience (my parents) who had to listen to my full theatrical version of Tomorrow from Annie in my room, to my first ever theatre production in kindergarten of Chicken Little, I was Chicken Little, I have always loved making people laugh.  I went to Regis College in Weston, MA where I double majored in Theatre and English and triple minored in Theology, Women’s Studies and Business Management.  I graduated Summa Cum Laude and I am a member of 4 National Honor Societies.
After graduating from Regis College I moved to LA for a year of post-graduate studies.  When I moved back to Boston, I began working in local theatre productions and commercials.  I came across the audition notice for Ghosts and Gravestones of Boston and quickly jumped at the unique opportunity. Now, seven years later, I could not be happier with the amazing people I work with and the wonderful guests I meet every time I step on to a trolley.  My character, Lily Winters, is a part of me and I am forever grateful for this job and all it has taught me.  It has helped bring my acting and improvisational skills to the next level.  I am now able to step in front of an audience and have zero fear, I am quick on my feet and always have a comeback for anyone who gets a little sassy!

What do you consider your greatest fear?
To never reach my full potential.
Who is the greatest love of your life?
My fiancée.  We’ve spent the last decade together and she
makes me a better person, by not only being my partner but
also my best friend.  She’s also my biggest fan and has taken
the ghost tour at least 100 times.
If you could die and come back, who would you be?
A puppy.
What is your most treasured possession?
The memories and relationships I have with my friends and loved
ones.
What do you value most in your friends?
Their support and love. It’s easy to be friends when things are
easy, but true friendship reveals itself during the hard times
when you need to be lifted up and be vulnerable to others

Cast Spot Kim Barrett

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