Kyle Anderson


Kyle Anderson, a Rosedale, Queens, NY native, is the youngest of four boys. His father, Richard Anderson is a retired gas technician for Brooklyn Union Gas Company(and later National Grid), and his mother, Victoria Anderson is a New York City public school teacher.

Growing up, Kyle was an avid Karate practitioner, traveling across the country and internationally to compete in various karate tournaments. He was a Junior National Champion at age 17 and was on the Junior National Karate team for 3 years, winning a silver medal for the United States at the 2002 Jr. Pan-American Championships in Caracas, Venezuela.

Karate took a backseat, however, when Kyle discovered his passion for acting and found a home in the Theatre Department at Binghamton University in upstate New York. Majoring in Theatre and landing lead roles in several of the department's productions, Kyle decided to make acting his profession. He would later attend the University of California- San Diego, where he was among 8 actors to graduate in 2011 with a Master of Fine Arts in acting.

Since entering the professional scene he has made appearances in such television series as "Pan AM" (2011), "The Good Wife" (2009), and "Golden Boy" (2013) as well as the indie film, Reunion 108 (2013). Kyle resides in Queens, NYC.