Kimberly Williams-Paisley has been starring in film, television and theater for over 25 years, and she is also a New York Times Best Selling Author for her book, Where the Light Gets In, published by Penguin Random House in 2016.
Williams-Paisley began her career with the films Father of the Bride and Father of the Bride Part II and went on to star in many other movies as well as the long-running television series “According to Jim,” among others. Most recently, she co-starred in The Christmas Chronicles with Kurt Russell, and she completed filming on “Jolene,” part of an anthology series with Dolly Parton, both for Netflix. Her next project will be to film the fourth installment of the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries wheel Darrow and Darrow, which she executive produces and stars in, opposite Wendie Malick and Tom Cavanagh.
Williams-Paisley is a spokesperson and advocate for the Alzheimer’s Association and she hosts an annual fundraiser for the organization. Additionally, she and her husband Brad Paisley are starting a nonprofit organization called The Store, which aims to empower low-income families in the Nashville area with a free grocery store.