Kimberly Lynn "Kim" Stolz (born June 8, 1983) finished 5th on cycle 5. She was recently voted as one of the most memorable contestants by AOL entertainment[1].

Early life

She graduated from New York's Brearley School and Wesleyan University in 2005 with a degree in government and international relations. She is an openly professed lesbian.[2]

After America's Next Top Model

Since the airing of America's Next Top Model, Stolz was signed with Elite Model Management[3] in New York Division 0. Kim is a VJ for "The Freshman" on mtvU and an MTV News correspondent, with whom she has reported on the rallies of presidential candidate Barack Obama and interviewed John Edwards. She has been on the cover of Go magazine, a magazine designed for gay women.

Other work

Stolz also appeared on the series Veronica Mars, and is a regular commentator for the E! Network. She has also been a reporter for the Here! Network in their programming of the Philadelphia Equality Forum 2006. Kim now works for MTV News as current correspondent, where she occasionaly makes appearances on TRL for the news part, and hosts The Freshmen on MTVu. She has also modeled for the Abercrombie & Fitch sister brand RUEHL No.925, multiples issues of Go NYC[4][5], Brooklyn Industries[4][6][7], American Eagle Outfitters, Fall 2006[7], Women's Wear Daily, 2006[7], multiple issues of Knit.1[7][5][8][9][10][11], Cover, April 2007[12] Nordstrom's, November 2006[5], Pretties[12], Chris Benz Collection, Fall/Winter 2007[12][13][14][15][16][11],[11][17], American Salon[17] and Teen Vogue[17]. She co-hosted the pre-show for 2008 MTV Movie Awards.


  1. Top Model Contestants We Can't Forget - AOL Entertainment Canada
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