Made for TV/Streaming movies

  1. Come Back, Charleston Blue (1972)
  2. The Taking Of Pelham 1-2-3 (1974)
  3. Roots: The Next Generation (1979): Alex Haley’s daughter
  4. The Comeback Kid (1980)
  5. Children of Divorce (1980): contender for Olympics in gymnastics
  6. The Kid With the Broken Halo (1982)
  7. The Facts of Life Go to Paris (1982)
  8. Hidden Blessings (April 7, 2000): assistant to an architect who is a prime murder suspect. Aired on BET.
  9. The Facts of Life Reunion Movie (~Nov, 2001): See the FOL page on for more info
  10. A Cross to Bear (2012): Kim plays Joan, a former nurse who has dedicated her life to helping troubled women. Joan’s house provides refuge to Erica an aspiring dancer who struggles with alcoholism and single motherhood..

  11. For Better Or For Worse (July 19, 2014): Hallmark Movie Channel
  12. Kim appeared in the 2015 movie “Switching Lanes” released on the Urban Movie Channel starting September, 2017. Directed by the late Tommy Mikal Ford. Kim played a reporter.
  13. Secret Santa (December, 2017): Lifetime. “Kim Will Spend Christmas 2017 with Secret Santa


Click here for Kim’s filmography from IMDb

    1. Learning to Be Assertive Video : Apparently, Kim appears here as a spokesperson along with another celebrity. The tape may only be available to Canadians.
    2. The Silent Bomb (1994): co-writer, director, executive producer. About a young female cop with HIV. Screened at the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles (Feb 19, 1996). Aired on HBO.
    3. Appearances (199?): Was on tour with the S.E. Manley Short Film Festival. Produced and directed by Lanei Chapman.
    4. An Uninvited Guest (2000): “Special Appearance” as a store owner – (Editorial comment: this was a VERY strange movie!!! I think it went straight to rental.)
    5. Me and Mrs. Jones (premiere screening Dec 2, 2001 in Oakland at 2001 Black Filmworks Award Ceremony):  co-stars as the love interest of a man being romanced by his boss.   Available on DVD .
    6. Loving Kicha (went into pre-production as of Feb, 2003. Never released?)
    7. Tall, Dark & Handsome (in production as of Nov 6, 2003): director, producer, co-writer.   A young facially deformed street thug gets arrested with his law breaking friends for robbery, but when his case worker and psychologist make a deal to get him reconstructive / cosmetic surgery instead of jail time, he gets a new face, a new life, and new trouble, all while trying to repair the broken relationship with his mother, the original cause of the deformities and stay away from his trouble making friends that want to turn him, and his face, back into the way it use to be.
    8. The History Makers: Faith (2004): featured. “Various African-American luminaries talk about how faith has driven their various successes.” Click link to see video snippets of Kim’s contribution to this DVD.
  1. Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star (Feb, 2004):  actually Kim turned down this movie.
  2. My Nappy Roots: A Journey Through Black Hairitage (Jan, 2005): co-star. Special screening in New York City, March 29, 2006.
  3. Bid ‘Em In (2006): Producer. A three-minute black and white short based on performance by T.S. Monk (aired on BET as part of Black History Month).
  4. Discovering Monk and Trane: One Night at Carnegie Hall (2006): Producer (and writer?). Short feature about the recent discovery of a rare recording with Jazz legends Thelonius Monk and John Coltrane.
  5. What to Expect When You’re Expecting (May, 2012): Lionsgate’s ensemble feature based on the bestselling pregnancy-book series. Kim plays a social worker who helps out a couple with an adoption. This is her first studio feature! (Congrats, Kim!). Other links: interviews with the actors and actresses on Yahoo! Movies, interview with Kim on Yahoo! Movies.
  6. A Question of Faith (September 29, 2017): three families live their separate lives until tragedy brings them together. Filmed in Marietta, GA. Click here for a post providing full details and related interviews: “Catch Up With Kim As She Hits the Big Screen in “A Question of Faith”!.” Click here for Kim’s Facebook Live interview with AJC Buzz. Also see “Richard T. Jones, Kim Fields filming ‘A Question of Faith’ in Atlanta.”