Kimberly McCullough was most recently booked on FX’s hit show IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA. Before she starts works on SUNNY, Kimberly will be directing the iconic reboot of HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL for the new streaming service, Disney+. Last year, she wrapped on Freeform and UTVs hit series THE BOLD TYPE. She also directed two episodes of THE CONNERS for ABC and the new FBC comedy COOL KIDS this fall. Last year, Kimberly directed her third episode of Netflix’s ONE DAY AT A TIME for Norman Lear and Sony. Previously, Kimberly directed two episodes, including the finale, of YouTubeRed & Mark Gordon’s YOUTH & CONSEQUENCES. Kimberly has directed two episodes of PRETTY LITTLE LIARS for Freeform & Warner Horizon. A Latina director, Kimberly is a true utility player with a diverse resume covering hour long drama, single cam and multi cam comedies. Prior to working as a full-time director, Kimberly’s first job in Hollywood was as a dancer for cult classics such as FAME and SOLID GOLD. In August of 1985, she originated the role of Robin Scorpio on the daytime soap opera, General Hospital. Kimberly earned six Daytime Emmy nominations and two wins in her role as Robin. In 1996, Kimberly left General Hospital to attend NYU Film School and to pursue directing full-time. Kimberly was one of eight women selected to participate in the AFI Directing Workshop for Women, where her film won the AFI Nancy Malone award and has been accepted into 12 festivals worldwide, including LA Comedy Fest and Shockfest where Kimberly received the “Best Director” award.