When I first heard the news that Kim Richards would be joining the cast of Netflix’s “The Man In The High Castle,” I was really excited.
She’s one of my favorite actresses and I’ve been a huge fan of her work since I first watched her in the original “Gossip Girls.”
The film is set to be Netflix’s first original series, and its casting makes it even more interesting.
But the news has also sparked some confusion for many who know Kim well.
Kim Richards’ first major film role was in the 2012 Disney film “The Princess and the Frog.”
The actress was cast as a young, ambitious princess, and the role was incredibly difficult.
The film’s director, Alan Taylor, recalled, “I remember when we first talked to [Kim], she was very upset about the role, and I remember saying, ‘What can I do for you to make sure you feel more confident?’
And she said, ‘I don’t have to worry about it, I can handle it.'”
Kim Richards is a longtime friend and collaborator with Alan Taylor.
In the early 2000s, Kim and Taylor co-created the “Gemini” and “Dirty Dancing” series, which both starred Richards.
In 2014, Kim Richards co-starred in the Disney Channel series “Dance Moms.”
The series was based on Kim’s book of the same name, and starred her in roles as a mother, a mom, and a young daughter.
She also co-wrote and co-directed “Dancing with the Stars,” which featured a number of famous dancers, including the “Muppet Babies” group.
Kim is also known for her role as Ms. Poppy in the Netflix original series “Gravity.”
The star has also appeared in the animated film “Rise of the Guardians” and was an executive producer on “Glee.”
Kim Richards has a long and illustrious acting resume, including roles in films like “Grimm,” “The Hangover,” “Wolverine,” and “American Pie.”
In her Netflix series, she plays the character “The Woman in the White Dress.”
The actress recently wrapped filming “The Good Life,” and will be reprising her role in “The Mansions of Madness.”
The show will premiere on February 10, 2018.
Kim and Alan Taylor are producing and executive producing the new series, along with director and writer Matt Shakman and director/producer Mark Davis.
The series is directed by Brian K. Vaughn and written by Alan Taylor and Mark Davis, and stars Kim Richards, Sarah Hennig, and James Marsden.
The series is being directed by Vaughn and Davis, who also worked together on “The Girl in the Spider Web,” “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,” “Futurama,” and the “Star Wars: Episode VII.”
The executive producers are Vaughn and Chris Carter.
The “Gentlemen Bastards” star recently wrapped production on “Duck Soup,” which was the first movie based on the “Ducksong” comic book series.
In addition to starring in the film, she has appeared on numerous TV shows, including “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Friends,” “Scrubs,” “Empire,” “Gotham,” and more.
She is also an executive producers on the upcoming film “Dumb and Dumber To.”
Kim has also had a long acting resume.
She played the role of Sarah in the “Frozen” animated film, and is currently in the filming of “The Last Tycoon,” a comedy about a business tycoon.
In 2012, she starred in the HBO mini-series “The Bachelorette.”
She was later cast as the role in the upcoming movie “Gifted,” which will premiere February 11.
She will also be appearing as the character of “Lizzy,” a contestant in the 2019 Miss USA pageant.
She previously played the lead role in a series of TV movies including “Wicked City of London,” “Parks and Recreation,” and several more.
Kim has been active on social media recently.
In November, she shared a selfie that showed her with the caption, “Love you @drewpapadopoulos.”
She has also shared her love of Beyoncé and Kim Kardashian West, tweeting, “Beyonce & Kim have been great.
We can be a team.”