Kym Kral is a comedian, actress and writer based in Los Angeles. Kym’s quirky, shameless and unapologetic comedic personality has appeared on ABC, CBS, FOX, TruTV, E!, CW.

Kym Kral is the co-host of “The Kym and Ken Show” on Dash Radio, a digital radio platform with more than 10 million subscribers. The show has guests like Amir K (Jerks with Cameras), Greg Behrendt (She’s Just Not that into You), Kate Quigley (AVN awards) and more. The nationally syndicated radio program has a monthly stand up show at The Ice House Comedy Club in Pasadena. 

Originally from Denver, Kym started her career in Hollywood as a runway model. Despite her height and long legs she quickly learned she was not the graceful gazelle that is required to work the runway. Kym realized she enjoyed making people laugh backstage more than she liked stumbling down the runway. 

Transitioning from model to actress came naturally and she can be seen on national commercials, short films and comedy videos. Kym’s distinct voice can be heard in ads for the iconic Los Angeles born diner Norms, Pittsburgh’s KINGS Diner and the popular purse accessory “Gotcha Girl”. 


In addition to being a nationally touring comedian Kym is a retired Reality TV Star, where she made her rounds on the various dating shows including Dating in the Dark (ABC), Excused (MTV), Take Me Out with George Lopez (FOX), Baggage with Jerry Springer (Game Show Network) and Millionaire Matchmaker (BRAVO).  

 A strong advocate of giving back, Kym hosted a charity show for cancer awareness headlined by Bill Burr. She has performed for charities like “Humor for Healthcare: Benefit for Valley Community Healthcare,” and consistently performs with “Laugh to Live,” a company that tours rehab centers. 

Kym is beginning to make waves in the comedy festival circuit, recently being featured at The Big Fire Comedy Festival and The Burbank Comedy Festival. She also wrote, directed and produced her own hour-long one-woman show called, “Awkward and Awesome.”  Kym founded one of the biggest workout rooms in Los Angeles called Mouthypants, where comedians such as SNL’s Melissa Villaseñor and Conan’s Laurie Kilmartin performed regularly. Kym works with some of the biggest names in comedy. Follow her daily updates on Instagram @KymKral