KIMBERLY MACLEAN is an actor, director, and teacher of scripted, musical, & improvised arts. In addition to playing as a guest in many companies, she has been a main stage company member of BATS Improv since 2006 and founded the Educational Outreach Program. Kimberly boasts both a CA Teaching Credential, a M.Ed. in Best Practices and 17 years of theater related classroom teaching.

She is currently an adjunct professor at California College of the Arts teaching acting in the Animation Department and teaches improv at the American Theater Conservatory’s Summer Training Congress. She is a producer of the San Francisco Improv Festival with a mission to build bridges across improv communities. Kimberly was a founding member of the improv & sketch group The Last Laugh, SF and performs in the renowned duo with Rachel Hamilton aptly named Hamilton & MacLean. She is the Director of Learning for Speechless and does private coaching with organizations and individuals focused on infusing skills to take agency in public speaking & leadership.

She was most recently seen on the big screen as Tina in “All the Others Were Practice” and is in production for a follow-up film focused on her character. In 2015 parents, colleagues, and students nominated her for The Excellence in Theatre Education Award sponsored by the Tony Awards and Carnegie Mellon University by students & colleagues.