Kieren Van Den Blink
- Gender: Female
- Age Range: MiddleAge
- Category:Out Of Market Women, All Women
After graduating early from Columbia University, Kieren van den Blink debuted on Broadway in The Diary of Anne Frank, playing sister Margot to Natalie Portman’s Anne. She flew to Los Angeles when cast as a young Linda Hamilton in a TV movie, then scored the coveted role of Rogue in the animated hit series Wolverine & The X-Men. Her West Coast stage debut brought Alec Baldwin to the theater. The next day, he called Lorne Michaels prompting NBC to fly her out to NYC to test for Saturday Night Live! Kieren recently wrote and directed her first film, the award-winning short, Fingernail Moon. She has penned a beloved column in the Los Angeles Times Magazine called Sounds of the City and published the children’s book, Sniff. She was awarded a Ford Foundation Grant to write her memoir, Mighty Forces Are Gathering On Your Behalf. And she is currently starring in the hit play Bill W. And Dr. Bob in Hollywood.