(written from a Production point of view)
Hailing from New Rochelle, New York, Auslander attended New Rochelle High School and Boston University and has been working as pilates instructor for several years. Following her marriage with fellow actor Timothy Englert in 1991, she has also been known as Kimberly Auslander Englert.
In 1985, Auslander worked as production intern on the comedy After Hours, which featured Teri Garr, Dick Miller, and Rocco Sisto. In 1998, she worked as casting assistant on the comic adaptation Blade, with Wesley Snipes, Judson Scott, Sidney S. Liufau, Andray Johnson, Al Goto, Jeff Imada, Irena Stepic, Henry Kingi, Sr., and Simon Rhee.
As an actress, she appeared in The Wayans Bros. episode "Free Wally" (1995, executive produced by Billy Van Zandt).