Cast Kim Rhodes

Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, Kim Rhodes attended Southern Oregon State College, where she earned her B.F.A. in Acting. She received her Master's in Fine Arts from Temple University in Philadelphia, and continues to train with an acting coach. With such extensive training, it's no surprise Rhodes has graced all acting venues, from the stage to the small and big screens.

From Shakespeare to contemporary pieces, Rhodes has performed live theater across the country. She has played such notable leads as Queen Isabel in the Idaho Shakespeare Fest's presentation of Richard II, Bianca in the Taming of the Shrew and Geraldine in What the Butler Saw, both at the Wilma Theatre in Philadelphia, Frankie in Voice of the Prairie at the Los Altos Conservatory (CA) and Jennifer in the world premiere of William Mastrosimone's Like Totally Weird at the Humana Festival. Her other theater credits include performances at Stage III (PA) of Mad Forest, Our Country's Good, Season's Greetings, and Bloody Poetry, A Midsummer Night's Dream and Present Laughter at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and numerous others.

Rhodes has also starred in a number of television series on top networks such as Disney and NBC. She is recognized today as Carey Martin, the quirky, single mother of pre-teen twin boys in Disney Channel's "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody." She was also a series regular on NBC's award-winning series "Another World" and AMC's "The Lot". Rhodes has made guest appearances in FOX's "House," CBS's "Touched by an Angel," "Without a Trace" and "CSI," NBC's "Boomtown," Lifetime's "Strong Medicine," UPN's "Star Trek: Voyager" and Sci-Fi Channel's "Invisible Man." Most recently she played a recurring role as Sheriff Jody Mills on the CW's "Supernatural."

She has landed lead roles a number of films, including two Hallmark Channel movies: "Mystery Girl" (unreleased) and "Kiss at Midnight" (2008), "Desertion" (2008) , and "Mostly Ghostly" (2008). In 2004, she hit the big screen in "Christmas with the Kranks."

Rhodes currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband, daughter, two cats and two dogs.