Tymberlee Hill stars as Kay in the NBC comedy "Marry Me."
In addition to "Marry Me," Hill is a recurring guest star on the hit Comedy Central show "Drunk History" and is appearing in the upcoming Hulu original series "The Hotwives of Orlando" about six hot housewives in Central Florida's sexiest city. The series premieres July 15.
Hill grew up in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and earned her graduate degree from the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C. She has performed in plays at the Kennedy Center, Folger Shakespeare Theatre, Mark Taper Forum and Arena Stage.
After moving to Los Angeles, Hill began performing at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in shows such as "Worst Laid Plans: True Stories of Terrible Sex" and "Audition."
Her other television credits include recurring roles on "Grey's Anatomy," "Brothers and Sisters" and "Numbers," as well as "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Up All Night," "Comedy Bang! Bang!," "Castle" and "CSI."
She also had a supporting role in Todd Phillips' feature "Due Date."