Kyle had heart surgery when he was only four years old.
A song which relaxes Kyle and calms him down is "Nightswimming" by R.E.M..
Kyle is 5' 8½" (1.74 m) tall. He has dark brown hair and grey eyes.
Since he finds it hard to find quiet time at his home, Kyle oftentimes studies his scripts while inside the shower.
He appeared in his first underwear scene during his guest appearance on The Closer.
Gallner was in a MasterCard commercial as the guy eyeing a guitar, taking it and then smashing it. He also appeared in the 2004 Verizon DSL commercial.
In 2000, Kyle got his first television role. It was Raleigh on Third Watch.
Even though Kyle grew up skateboarding and climbing trees he has never broken a bone.
If Kyle could have one special talent it would be singing. Although he would love to have his own band, he does not know how to play any musical instrument.
His friend Brendan made a skateboarding video in which Kyle appears called Sleffer.
Film and TV Movie Credits:
• The Haunting in Connecticut (2009) as Matt Campbell
• Trunk (2008) as Will
• Gardens of the Night (2008) as Ratboy
• Red (2008) as Harold
• Sublime (2007) as Ned
• Finding Home (2003) as Young Dave
• Red Betsy (2003) as Charlie
He enjoys writing short films with his friend, actor Jake Abel, with whom he lives in Los Angeles, California.
Towards the end of the show's first season, Kyle made guest appearances on Veronica Mars. He was excited to find out he was becoming a part of the main cast for the second season and was guaranteed to be in twelve episodes.
Kyle enjoys enjoys hanging out with his friends, drawing, skateboarding, playing soccer, and playing volleyball.
Kyle Gallner: I do not have a fear of heights at all. I was the kid who would see how high I could get in the trees. I was always climbing something. But I wasn't allowed to look down, I had to step off completely blind and backwards.
Kyle Gallner: Horror is a totally different animal. It's intense. You can do drama or comedies, but in horror, you really have to trick yourself into believing a lot of unbelievable phenomena.
Kyle Gallner: (on filming his last episode with "Veronica Mars") It was definitely a sense of 'this is it, this is the end.' I want to do something good – if I'm going to go out, I'm going out with a bang. I definitely – I don't want to say that I didn't work hard on the other episodes, but I knew that was my last chance, that was it.
Kyle Gallner: (on deciding to become an actor) It's not like I dreamt about it or anything. But over time, I started to realize, 'Wow, I really like this.' Then one day, everything clicked and I was like, 'This is what I want to do for the rest of my life!'
Kyle Gallner: (on his relationship with "Veronica Mars" onscreen brother Ryan Hansen) It's pretty much the same, it's not crazy. Ryan and I get along really well, we're pretty much on the same wavelength like all the time, it's just non-stop. We goof off basically on set.
Kyle Gallner: (on being killed off "Veronica Mars") I'm going to miss the people the most. Everyone was really close, like a family – I'd never worked on a set where everybody got along so well. It's also nice to have constant work. With acting, it's a lot of ups and downs – I was on the show for a year, and I can go weeks or months without work.
Kyle Gallner: I am terrified of flying. I am a wreck right before I get on an airplane. That, and the ocean. I can only get in there for 10 minutes, I have this strong urge to run out and I won't go back in for the rest of the day. I've always been like that.
Kyle Gallner: (about "Veronica Mars" co-star Ryan Hansen) Ryan is the nicest person you will ever meet. He's like a big kid. We got along like we were real brothers. When we were filming, I stayed at his place in San Diego. We're really close, it was cool.
Kyle Gallner: (about the "Smallville" cast) They're all great people. I would go back in a second.