People who watched movies as kids in the 1980s are sad about Kymberly Herrin’s death.
The Santa Barbara News-Press said in her obituary that actress Kymberly, who was known for her roles in Ghostbusters and Romancing the Stone, died at the age of 65. Kymberly died “peacefully” on October 28 in Santa Barbara, California.
Kymberly was born in Lompoc, California. Her obituary tells about all the exciting things she did and places she went in her life. During her career, Kymberly “grac[ed] the cover of more than a dozen magazines, both local and international,” according to one source.
E! News says… She got her start in the modeling business as a Playboy Playmate, which she did online and with Playboy. Kymberly was named Playmate of the Month for March 1981. She played the role of the playmate that she did in real life in the movie Beverly Hills Cop II.
Kymberly is known for playing a ghost in the movie Ghostbusters, where she had a romantic scene with Dan Aykroyd. Even though the project was done in 1984, Dan still thought about the time he spent with Kymberly a few years ago.
Who is Kymberly Herrin?
An American actress and fashion model, Kymberly Herrin lived in the United States. Kymberly Herrin entered this world on October 2, 1957, in the county of Santa Barbara, California, USA.
Kymberly worked as a model and playmate at the infamous Playboy mansion when she was much younger. In 1984, Kymberly made her first acting appearance.
Kymberly’s acting career spanned decades, and she appeared in a wide variety of films and television shows. Starring in films like Ghostbusters (1984), Beverly Hills Cop II (1987), and Road House (1989), she may be best remembered for her charming performances.
She appeared in a ZZ Top music video
Kymberly had many talents, as previously mentioned, but her favorite was music. ZZ Top released a music video for their hit song “Legs” in 1983. Kymberly appeared in the music video, which won an MTV Music Award for Best Group Video in 1984. Kymberly can be seen in the popular video above, wearing a bright-red crop top, a leather mini-skirt, and fishnet tights.
Kymberly Herrin Appeared in ‘Ghostbusters’
She played the Dream Ghost in the 1984 film ‘Ghostbusters.’ (Columbia Pictures / Everett Collection)
Kymberly was enjoying success in modeling and acting in 1984. That year, she co-starred in the hit film Ghostbusters with Harold Ramis, Bill Murray, and Dan Aykroyd. The blonde beauty portrayed the Dream Ghost, who visited Dan’s character, Ray, while he slept.
She Was A ‘Playboy’ Cover Model
Kymberly was a very successful model in addition to her acting career. She appeared on multiple Playboy covers, including the September 1982 issue and the September issue the following year. In March 1981, Playboy named her Playmate of the Month and featured an interview with her in which she revealed her other talents.
Kymberly told the outlet at the time that she played the flute as well as the guitar. “I used to ride my bike down there when I was a student at Santa Barbara City College and park beside a fiberglass tunnel.” I’d sit there, where I could watch the sunset over the Pacific, and play my flute down the tunnel.
People passed by, different couples, and I’d play music to suit them,” she explained at the time. “If it was an older man and woman, maybe in their 50s, I’d play something like ‘Moon River.# When a young couple passed, or a girl walking alone, I’d play something current, like ‘The Girl from Ipanema.’ I enjoy being alone with my flute. Musicians are never truly alone.”
Kymberly Herrin’s Death (October 2022)
According to the New York Post, the starlet died on Nov. 16, 2022, just a few weeks after Kymberly died on Oct. 28, 2022, at the age of 65. The Santa Barbara News-Press published her obituary but did not reveal her cause of death.
“If you are moved, please make a donation in Kym’s memory to the American Cancer Society to further research into the prevention and treatment of breast cancer,” the obituary said. Her niece, Theresa Ramirez, confirmed Kymberly’s death on Facebook on October 28, 2022. “They’re all together now. Kymberly Herrin, your aunt. “I love you,” she captioned a photo of the late actress and other family members.