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Kyle attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC - CH) where he was academically involved in a dual-degree program and a supplementary minor. Beyond his academics, he also involved himself heavily in campus theatre programs, continued his growth in gymnastics, maintained a part-time job, and participated in conservation research projects (which ranged from Hawai'ian waters to UNC campus rooftops).

Though Kyle was heavily involved in student theatre during his time at UNC - CH, he also expanded into working with larger-scale productions, such as "Dunsinane" with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre of Scotland, as well as "Antigone" with Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg and the Barbican, both of which appeared at Carolina Performing Arts, a performance hall housed at the UNC - CH campus' Memorial Hall. Kyle also utilized his time at university to delve into opportunities out-of-state, further diversifying his work beyond the stage.

Upon graduating, Kyle moved to the metro Detroit Detroit area to continue working in both conservation research, as well as acting. It was here that he performed in one of his dream roles: Jack, from Sondheim's "Into the Woods." The Detroit area also birthed Kyle's interest in film, where he was cast in his first film: Carver Diserens' "Break a Leg." This film was followed in quick succession by many others.

Kyle now resides in Chicago, IL where he is represented by Gray Talent Group.

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