Kim Gyngell has been involved with theatre, music, film and television since leaving school - a performance career spanning 37 years.
He has performed regularly with the Melbourne Theatre Company, with Arena Theatre Company, and with groups and theatres throughout Australia, playing both comedic and dramatic roles.
Kim has had roles in feature films and short films and he won the AFI Best Supporting Actor for Boulevarde of Broken Dreams (1988) and Best Actor, St Kilda Film Festival for Sunday Hungry (1998) and the Writer (2005).
In television he is well known for his work with the Comedy Company, Full Frontal, Back Berner, Blue Heelers, Sea Change, the Col’n Carpenter Show, and more recently the Librarians, Underbelly and City Homicide. He was part of Full Frontal, when it won the Logie for the Most Popular Comedy Programme from 1994 – 1997.