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Kim Suzanne Engelbrecht (born 20 June 1980 in Cape Town, South Africa) is a South African actress best known for her roles as Lolly de Klerk in the soap opera Isidingo, Sgt. Noma Banks on the Syfy TV show, Dominion, and Marlize DeVoe on The CW show, The Flash.
She also presented a local youth television program called Take5 in the '90s. Much of Engelbrecht's work is localised in Johannesburg. Kim had a starring role in the acclaimed South African movie Bunny Chow, directed by John Barker.
She got her first big break at the age of 12 when she landed the lead role of Sara in an Italian production, Sarahsara.
|1998||Isidingo||Lolly van Onselen|
|2004||Boy Called Twist||Nancy|
|2013||Wie is de Mol?||Herself|
|2013||Death Race 3: Inferno||Kelly O'Donnell|
|2013||Geraamtes in die Kas||Aesha Abrahams|
|2014-15||Dominion||Sgt. Noma Banks|
|2015||Eye in the Sky||Lucy Galvez|
|2017||Deadly Leaks 2||Layla|
|2017-2018||The Flash||Marlize DeVoe|
- "Kim Engelbrecht - Who's Who SA". whoswho.co.za. Retrieved 12 March 2018.
- Mitovich, Matt Webb; Mitovich, Matt Webb (2018-02-27). "The Flash's Kim Engelbrecht Answers Burning Qs About the DeVoes, Their Sex Life, Marlize's Hair and More". TVLine. Retrieved 2018-12-22.
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