Kim Delaney Biography
Birthday: November 29, 1961 (Sagittarius)
Born In: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Kim Delaney is an American actress who is best known for playing Detective Diane Russell in ABC’s series ‘NYPD Blue’ for which she garnered an Emmy Award. She is also known for her roles in the drama series ‘All My Children’, ‘Philly’, ‘CSI: Miami’ and ‘Army Wives’. Born as the only daughter to a senior executive of the United Auto Workers and a homemaker, Delaney grew up with her four brothers. She dreamed of becoming a court reporter in childhood but started modelling while in high school, eventually garnering commercials after moving to New York. Her first job as an actor was as an innocent teenager in the 1981 soap opera ‘All My Children’. Since then, Delaney has appeared in numerous films, television movies and dramas. Her personal life, unlike her professional one, hasn’t been successful and happy. The talented actress has struggled with alcoholism in the past and has been through two failed marriages. In 2005, she lost the custody of her only son.