Years before I knew her name, I first saw Wally Wharton as the character of Debbie in the Cheech and Chong movie Up In Smoke. Many years later, I saw her leave a comment on a mutual Facebook friend’s page, and I was so fascinated by her comment that I reached out to her with a friend request. She accepted it, and we hit it off so much that I knew I wanted to do an interview with her.
I was first introduced to Kim Hopkins when I saw her suggested as a Facebook friend. Taken by her beauty, I checked out IMDB, and found myself very fascinated by her work. Kim Hopkins has been working in the entertainment industry since she was a child. Whether working as a model, an actress, or a teacher, Kim has had an amazing life. You may have seen her in movies like Cheech & Chong’s Next Movie and The Hollywood Knights, or as the youngest of The Mighty Carson Art Players on The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson, but she’s still working it in multiple fields to this day. We spoke on Tuesday, December 17th, 2019, and I hope you all enjoy getting to know her.