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  • Real name : Kimberly Rhodes
  • Place of birth : Portland
  • Date of birth : 07/06/1969



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Kim Rhodes (1969)

Kimberly Rhodes

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Kimberly "Kim" Rhodes is an American actress, who portrayed the role of "Cindy Harrison" on two different soap opera series, Another World and As the World Turns, as well as Carey Martin in the Disney Channel sitcom The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and The Suite Life on Deck, where she played the mother of twins Zack and Cody .


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Kimberly was born and raised in Portland, Oregon, the daughter of Jane and Harry Rhodes. She has one sister, Jennifer Rhodes. Rhodes graduated from Benson Polytechnic High School, and then attended Southern Oregon University, graduating in 1991. Rhodes earned a Master of Fine Arts from Temple University. Rhodes resides in Los Angeles, California with her husband, actor Travis Hodges, and their daughter Tabitha, with whom Rhodes was pregnant at the end of Suite Life's run.

In 1997 while performing in Another World, Rhodes was nominated, along with Mark Pinter, for a Soap Opera Digest award as "Favorite New Couple". For Rhodes's first Another World fan club luncheon, she rewrote the lyrics for "All For the Best" from Godspell. Prior to her Disney Channel début, she had previously acted with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival for one season, portraying the roles of "Daphne Stillington" in Noel Coward's Present Laughter and "Helena" in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.

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