Kim Harrop describes writing scripts as "the most exhilarating/ challenging/ enlightening/ masochistic/ addictive thing in the world." Harrop spent eight years writing for long-running soap Shortland Street. She has developed several programmes (First Crossings, The NZ Home), as well as writing and producing internet hit The Coffin Club and co-creating black comedy series Fresh Eggs with Nick Ward.
One really fun scene was where a really crappy Renault Fuego I owned was blown up for one of the Christmas cliffhangers. That was ace! Kim Harrop on favourite Shortland Street scenes that she has helped write
2017, Writer, Producer - Web
2012, Head Writer - Television
2008, Storyliner - Television
2002, Storyliner - Television
2001 - 2008, 2012 - 2013, Writer, Script Editor, Storyliner, As: Beth Yardley, Head Writer - Television