Socialite, model, fashion designer and the daughter of singer Rod Stewart and actress and model Alana Stewart.
After graduating from Buckley school in Sherman Oaks, California, she spent several years studying acting with coaches Janet Alhanti and Ivana Chubbuck.
She studied in London with theatre coaches Barbara Houseman (Central School of Speech and Drama/Royal Shakespeare Company coach) and Penny Dyer (Rada and Central School of Speech & Drama coach) and with singing coach Mark Meylan, who works with The Royal National Theatre.
Kimberly’s American television work includes a leading role in Going to California, written by Scott Rosenberg and directed by Ted Demme, and appearing in one episode of Judd Apatow’s series, “Undeclared.” Her first film was James Toback′s Black and White, which also starred Robert Downey Jr and Jared Leto. In 2011 she starred in the movie Homecoming, written and directed by Sean Hackett.
She realized an early ambition, at age 19, when she launched her own fashion collection – “Pinky Starfish.” Known for its dresses made from French vintage fabrics, the range was sold in Tracey Ross, Lisa Kline and Barney’s.
Kimberly Stewart has appeared on the covers for Tatler and German Vanity Fair, which Bryan Adams shot, and she has worked with fashion companies including Tommy Hilfiger, American Vogue, L’uomo Vogue, Elle, Italian Vogue, Vanity Fair, MaxMara, Richard Tyler, Catherine Malandrino, underwear line Ultimo, Tatler, InStyle, House of Field, and Chrome Hearts.
In 2008 the Atlanta-based band, “Elevation”, released the music video for its single, “Razoreyes”, starring Stewart, marking a first in her career.
Also in 2008, she posed nude in the British society magazine Tatler, along with Peaches Geldof, daughter of the Boomtown Rats′ Bob Geldof, and Leah Wood, daughter of the Rolling Stones′ Ronnie Wood.