Kim Serafin’s career has spanned TV, radio, entertainment, politics and even musical theatre. She appears on TV regularly to talk about the latest in entertainment news on various shows and networks including HLN, MSNBC, TV Guide Network, E! and the natoinal morning shows. She has worked with MSNBC as a contributor and has also been seen on a variety of other networks such as Fox News Channel, ESPN, G4, CNBC and Oxygen, and on shows ranging from Hardball to The Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious discussing everything from pop culture to politics. Kim has also appeared on The Tonight Show, Politically Incorrect, American Candidate on Showtime, was the host of Sleep Like a President, a travel show for the Fine Living Network and has appeared on the live red carpet Countdown shows at the Oscars, Emmys and Golden Globes for TV Guide Network. For close to four years, Kim hosted and produced her own weekly radio show on KABC - the ABC affiliate in Southern California - in which pop culture, entertainment and interviews with top Hollywood insiders were just as likely to be topics as were current events, politics and human interest stories.
Kim began her career working as a Deputy Press Secretary for Mayor Rudy Giuliani in his Mayoral administration while attending NYU as an Honors student where she did everything from helping to organize Yankees World Series and Rangers Stanley Cup tickertape parades and coordinating Mayoral press conferences, to handling the Mayor's appearances on everything from "The Late Show with David Letterman" to local and national news programs. Additionally she produced Mayor Giuliani's weekly radio show on WABC. Kim was also the Press Secretary for NYC 2000, New York City’s official Millennium Committee, where she was the spokesperson for all official millennium events in New York. She then served as Mayor Giuliani’s Deputy Director of Communications and Spokesperson for his NY State Senate campaign.
In the fall of 2001, Kim worked on the Twin Towers Fund, the fund founded by Mayor Giuliani to benefit families of the uniformed service heroes who sacrificed their lives on September 11th. Kim has also worked for Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan; first as a Deputy Press Secretary in his Mayoral administration and then as the Press Secretary on his gubernatorial campaign
Kim's acting credits include roles on sitcoms including Spin City, The Single Guy, Boy Meets World and Head Cases. She has appeared in national TV commercials as well as many musical theatre productions including "Oklahoma!" and "City of Angels" at theatres including Candlewood Playhouse (CT), Gateway Playhouse (NY) and Tri-State Center for the Arts (NY). Kim is also a published writer, having authored a children’s book on the California Missions, and, being a longtime vegetarian and animal welfare advocate herself, a book for teens entitled "Everything You Need to Know About Being a Vegetarian." She has written opinion pieces for publications including the New York Post and Cosmopolitan.
Kim grew up in New York, is a longtime Yankees fan, and currently lives in Los Angeles with her dog Derek - a rescued Pekingese.