Kimmy Robertson (born November 27, 1954, in Los Angeles) is an American actress. She was the voice of Duzer on Rick Moranis in Gravedale High.
Kimmy Robertson began her career as a ballet dancer, but her distinctive sense of humor and quirky style brought her to the attention of an agent who happened to work in the same office as her ballet company. After at first being unsure about becoming an actress, Kimmy was hired for the first role for which she auditioned, in the teen comedy The Last American Virgin (1982).
Robertson then returned to ballet but appeared in the occasional film, such as Honey, I Shrunk the Kids and My Mom's a Werewolf (both 1989) before being cast as the sheriff's ditsy secretary, Lucy, in the groundbreaking TV series Twin Peaks (1990). Creators Mark Frost and David Lynch recognized her comedic talent and exploited it by encouraging her to ad-lib her lines, some of which turned into the funniest moments of the series. Since then, she has appeared in such films as Disney's Beauty and the Beast (1991), Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997) and Stuart Little (1999).
- Kimmy Robertson at the Internet Movie Database