Film Roles

Kym Herrin is of mixed French-Swedish-Filipino descent. Herrin graduated from Santa Barbara Senior High School in 1975. She went on to become the Playmate of the Month in the March 1981 issue of "Playboy," posing for the covers of both the September 1982 and September 1983 issues. In addition to her work in Playboy, Herrin also did modeling for Ralph Lauren, FIT magazine, fitness advertisements, and swimwear advertisements, and acting. [1] Herrin portrayed the Dream Ghost in Ghostbusters.


  • Due to the tight fitting gossamer gown, Kym Herrin was fitted for a mold. The crew had to put Vaseline all over her body but were being "delicate." Sensing that approach would take too long, Herrin grabbed one of the crewmen and placed his hand on one of her breasts and said, 'Let's get on with this!' [2]


  1. Kim Herrin on IMDB
  2. John Bruno (1999). Ghostbusters (1984) "SFX Team Featurette" (1999) (DVD ts. 08:26-08:52). Columbia Pictures. John Bruno says: "And then we had shot these elements of this ghost. We made this tight fitting gossamer gown she was wearing, sort of flowing, and she was shot against black. To make a mold, everybody sort of rubbed Vaseline delicately around in places and she finally grabbed one of the guys and said 'Let's get on with this!' and grabbed his hand [motions hand on chest]."

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