South African actress, Kim Engelbrecht is famous for her roles across television. She rose to fame for her portrayal of Lolly de Klerk on the South African soap opera Isidingo. Also, she gained popularity for her role Sergeant Norma Banks on the SyFy TV series Dominion. From her hard works in the movies and TV shows in her career, the actress has maintained an impressive net worth in her life.
Engelbrecht was born on June 20, 1980, Cape Town, South Africa under the birth sign of Gemini. She holds a South African and belongs to a white ethnic group.
There is no information about her father, while her mother’s name is Gwen. She has three siblings whose information are also not revealed.
Furthermore, there are no information available regarding her early days, education, and parents.
The 38-years-old actress, Kim Engelbrecht is not a married woman. Well, she has not disclosed anything regarding her marriage and relationship status to the public.
Also, she has not talked about having a boyfriend in any of the interviews and never been linked with anyone who could be suspected as her boyfriend or partner.
Moreover, she is also active on social media. Whereas, she has more than 131k followers on her Instagram, as of 2019. Also, Kim has shared several posts with her male friends but none of them is her rumored boyfriend. Well, she is possibly living a single life.
The talented actress has an estimated net worth around $1 million. Well, her primary source of income is her professional career as an actress. The average salary of an actress is $42,000. So, Engelbrecht surely earns around or above the average range based on her experience.
Besides her films and television series, she also earns from some commercials, advertisements, and brand endorsements deals. Also, she owns a nice sum of money from her verified social media account.
As per a reliable source, Kim is estimated to earn around $396.75 – $661.25 per sponsor post via Instagram.
Kim got her first big break at the age of 12 when she played the lead role of Sara in Italian production, Sarahsara
Also, she presented a local youth television program called Take5 in the ’90s. She had a starring role in the acclaimed South African movie Bunny Chow, directed by John Barker.
In 2013, she appeared in the movie Death Race 3: Inferno as Kelly O’Donnell. In addition, she played as Marlize DeVoe on the popular CW TV series The Flash, in 2017.