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Kimberly Matula
Los Angeles Presence
January 11, 2010 to Present [contract]
At A Glance
A native of Forth Worth, Texas, Matula was the vice president of the thespian society in high school and moved to Los Angeles a mere ten months ago to pursue her childhood dream of becoming an actress. Though her B&B role is her first job in daytime, she does have previous professional acting credits under her belt. She's appeared as Tara in the Lifetime Network made-for-television movie Queen Sized and she's guest-starred on CBS’ hit comedy How I Met Your Mother.
Acting Portfolio
TELEVISION
The Bold and the Beautiful
Hope Logan
January 11, 2010 to Present [contract]

How I Met Your Mother
Girl #1
2009

Exposed
Gail
2008

Pink
College Nate
2008

Queen Sized
Tara
2008
Acting Portfolio
FILM
Crown thy Good
Claire
2009

Savage Spirit
Megan
2006
Awards & Acclaim
Daytime Emmys Nomination, Outstanding Younger Actress (2014; for The Bold and the Beautiful)

Daytime Emmys Pre-Nomination, Outstanding Younger Actress (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014; for The Bold and the Beautiful)
Vital Statistics
DATE OF BIRTH: August 23, 1988
BIRTH PLACE: Fort Worth, Texas
News Archives

News Archive: Newcomer hired as B&B recasts and "aged" Hope. [Dec 14, 2009]
News Archive: VIDEO: Kim Matula on the Red Carpet at the 2012 Daytime Emmys. [Jun 23, 2012]
News Archive: Matula updates her B&B status. [Oct 25, 2012]
News Archive: Shocker! Kim Matula says she's leaving B&B. [Nov 5, 2014]
News Archive: B&B EP says Hope will be recast. [Dec 8, 2014]
News Archive: WATCH: B&B's Kim Matula in jaw-dropping sex scene for new film [Jun 8, 2015]
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