Kim Walker (actress)

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Kim Walker
Kimberly Anne Walker

(1968-06-19)June 19, 1968

Died March 6, 2001(2001-03-06) (aged 32)

Cause of death Brain tumor
Resting place Pinelawn Memorial Park
Occupation Actress
Years active 1986–2000

Kimberly Anne Walker (June 19, 1968 – March 6, 2001) was an American film and television actress. One of her best known roles was that of Heather Chandler in the 1988 black comedy Heathers.[1]


Walker attended Fiorello La Guardia High School of the Performing Arts in New York City. Her classmate and best friend at LaGuardia was actress Jennifer Aniston. The two moved to Los Angeles together to pursue acting and remained close until Walker’s death.[2]

She died at her Los Angeles home on March 6, 2001[3] of a brain tumor.[4]


Year Title Role Notes
1986 Crime Story Episode: “Old Friends, Dead Ends”
1987 Student Exchange Kit Television movie
1988 Heathers Heather Chandler
1989 TV 101 Becky Episode: “Clicks”
1989 Say Anything… Sheila
1989 Highway to Heaven Ellen Kayhill Episode: “The Source”
1989 Deadly Weapon Traci
1989 The Preppie Murder Candace Television movie
1990 The Outsiders Cherry Valance 13 episodes
1990 Hunter Allison Janowitz Episode: “Where Echoes End”
1991 The Julie Show Kiki Television movie
1992 Nervous Ticks Janice
1992 Picket Fences Debbie Caton Episode: Pilot
1993 Matlock Becky Smith Episode: “The Competition”
1993 The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. Caitlin Ward Episode: “Mail Order Brides”
1994 The Favor Jill Topical Alternative title: The Indecent Favour
1994 Gambler V: Playing for Keeps Louisa Television movie
1995 A Reason to Believe Judith
1998 Somewhere in the City Molly, Texas Acting Student
2000 Killing Cinderella Laurel

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