Originally from the suburbs of southeast Michigan, Kyle Colton began acting 15 years ago, starting with
school plays and musicals. Some of his favorite roles include Hugo Peabody (Bye Bye Birdie), Bob Fosse
(All That Jazz), Shere Kahn (The Jungle Book), John Proctor (The Crucible) and Ralph (Reefer Madness).
In 2005, Kyle acted in his first feature film, playing the younger version of the lead character in the
indie thriller "Clocking Paper." From then on, Kyle knew he wanted to be a film actor.
While studying advertising, TV/Film production and theatre at Michigan State University, Kyle built an
impressive resume of independent film & TV credits . . . including "In Love & War," "Little White Lie"
(co-starring "Glee" star Darren Criss), "I.S. Turn," "The Midnight Hour" and "Little Creeps" (co-starring
Dustin 'Screech' Diamond).
Since making his move to Los Angeles in the fall of 2011, Kyle managed to add multiple
web series, shorts and features to his already extensive resume of projects.
Kyle played Shane Mungitt in the L.A. production of the 2003 Tony Award winning play
"Take Me Out," in January 2014.
Kyle's feature film, "Alicia's Dream," will be coming to theaters in 2017.
At the suggestion of his manager, Emanuel Millar, Kyle packed up his car and drove from Los Angeles
to Atlanta, Georgia to see what the bustling film industry in the southeast had to offer. With his
manager and agent also residing in the Peach state, Kyle had many opportunities to make a name for
himself in a new market.
Kyle worked consistently on various TV shows and independent projects, such as "Legends & Lies,"
"Snapped: Killer Couples," the pilot "Ivacain," the 16mm black and white Easy Rider-esque horror film
"Hellbound" and the thriller "Til Death."
After winning the Monologue City monologue festival during the summer of 2016...Kyle signed on with a new
agency that suggested he go back to Los Angeles for pilot season.
Kyle Colton currently resides in Los Angeles..