Kiwi star export, actress Kimberley Crossman, 27, has a lot to smile about lately, having recently landed parts on two new shows, White Famous and SMILF.
It was at SMILF’s premiere last week at the Harmony Gold Theatre in West Hollywood that the real reason behind Crossman’s huge smile appeared by her side.
Unlike her single character in SMILF, Crossman is off the market and swooning for Josh Edwards, a line producer at global network Full Screen.
The pair started dating earlier this year. They have a shared interest as foodies and are both not afraid of big spiders or jumping out of planes.
“Josh is amazing and we are very much in love and I am looking forward to bringing him to New Zealand for the first time over Christmas to meet the family and see New Zealand.”
Crossman, who was recently picked as one of Huffington Post’s, “actresses to watch” is thrilled about her recent career success and is looking forward to coming home next month to film the third season of Funny Girls, starring alongside Rose Matafeo, Laura Daniel and Jackie Van Beek.