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Kyle Howard

Kyle Howard


4/13/1978, Loveland, Colorado

Birth Name

Kyle Alan Howard


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Kyle grew up in the small town of Loveland Colorado where he attended Truscott Elementary. Kyle's first job was in a dinner theater in his home town that he worked when he was 13-14 years old. During the summer Kyle acted in many plays at the Rialto. He…more


Trivia and Quotes

  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Kyle: I've done way too many pilots and way too many shows that have been canceled to have any kind of expectations anymore. So I just trained myself in a way to go onto new jobs and do the best that I can and then realize that after that, there's a certain amount of stuff that's just entirely out of my control, and I have to let things happen the way they're going to. With this one, I think there was a little bit of a different vibe because it was TBS, and when we started the show, it was just us and one other show that they have, which is called 10 Items or Less, and it was their first go at original programming. So I think maybe for all of us there was a little bit more of an expectation to at least be given a chance, because they didn't have anything waiting in the wings to take over if we failed like all of the other networks always do. And it's so easy for them to pull things when they're not doing well and replace them with something else, so I think we felt a little safer in that sense.

    • Kyle: (On returning for the second season on My Boys and whether he knows his character better) Yeah, I think I definitely do more so than our first time around. And the other nice thing about this year that I've noticed is that the writers know all of us better as individuals, and I sort of see more of our off-screen personalities sneaking their way into some of our scripts, which is fun. So it's the combination of them feeling who we are, as well as us getting a better grasp on our respective characters, all adds to that feeling of everybody really knowing who they are.

    • Kyle: (On being killed on an episode of CSI) Well, it was a little weird for sure! I've been doing this for 10 or 11 years; I had never died in anything before so I was really stoked about it. And it's funny because it is a little weird climbing up on that table -- it's really cold and sterile and it kind of weirdly puts you there. Of course there's a crew around and cameras, so it's not totally creepy, but it's a little creepy. I had crazy prosthetics of the autopsy surgery that they do. And there was this thing on my neck where they had opened it up to look at my Adam's apple and esophagus because I had been kicked in the throat. I was talking to one of the producers and he said, "You know, you should talk to your parents before it airs." He told me that a lot of people will come on the show and they won't tell their wife or mother what the whole episode story was about, and their parents will end up seeing it and freaking out because the makeup they do is really good.

    • Kyle: (On whether he hangs out in a bar a lot like his character on My Boys) It changes -- a few a years ago, my friends and I would be out four or five nights a week. It was ridiculous. (laughs) I feel kind of lame saying it -- I'm only 28 -- but I feel like I'm totally too old for that now. I feel hangovers more than I used to, and when I'm out partying all the time, I feel like a loser. Maybe I became more responsible in my late 20s. I want to be productive… want to wake up before one in the afternoon. I'd say more often than not, I'm at my house with my buddies -- or at a house where everybody comes over to play pool or poker.

    • Kyle: (On the best pick-up line he has ever heard) You know, there's a really genius one and I don't know if I saw it in a movie or read it in a script -- it's pretty straightforward, it's really ballsy. The guy goes up to a girl and says "I'll bet you a drink that I can kiss you without touching your lips." And the girl is like, "Whatever, of course you can't. I'll take that bet." Then guy kisses her and says, "Okay, you win."
      I would never have the balls to really do it. It's the perfect movie line.

    • Kyle: (On his character Bobby from My Boys) I wouldn't say he's a player… PJ and I have this very awkward thing in the pilot when she turns into a dude on me and freaks me out. And then we have the "that was weird, we tried it but we'll go back to being friends. I'll see you at work" discussion. A few episodes later, I start dating this girl and PJ is all bent out of shape about it. She's all jealous of the girl and everything and it's so that typical girl thing, where [even though] we had the talk and everything is settled, and she's being weird when I show up with the girl. I guess guys do it, too, but girls do it more. Again, it's all the stuff that I love about the show. It's real and from that, it's funny. I think that the funniest stuff is the most relatable stuff.

    • Kyle: (On if he is a sports fan, like his character on My Boys) Not really – I'm pretty much an idiot when it comes to most sports stuff. My sister is actually a huge sports nut, so I get some sort of osmosis from her.

    • Kyle: I have people that I look up to, and I understand why, but when somebody's looking up to you, you don't necessarily get it.

    • Kyle: (on the Internet) I go on, I don't go on a ton, but I like to check my email and the surf report. And that's about it.

    • Kyle: My first on-screen kiss took place on the set of my first feature film, which was about nine years ago. The movie was House Arrest and I played the son of Jamie Lee Curtis and Kevin Pollack. That first kiss I enjoyed was with Jennifer Love Hewitt... Pretty amazing, huh?

  • You rocked in B in Apt. 23

    I just saw the Jan 15th 2013 episode and immediately had to find our you name and look you up. You are indescribably cute and hot. So unassumingly handsome, natural and warm. Thanks!!! -Erik
  • kyle is one in a million

    Kyle Howard is a very excellent actor, especially in Baby Geniuses (the only movie I have seen him in, unless he was the star of The Paper Bergade.) He played a kid who kept dressing according to the new phad that was out at the time. He didn't really have a big part, thoguh, but he is kinda hot! In one scene, he overhears the babies practicing mind games, and the scene is quite humurous. I must say, Kyle does a good job being hypnotized. Even though the babies don't see him, he is still under their control (he was spying through the door, watching the babies, and the babies talked about how older kids can still understand babies in their subconscience, and as they chant the phrase 'you are in my power, you will obey my commands' over and over again, they don't notice Kyle falling under their hypnotic control.) After a moment of Kyle looking disoriented, he slowly stands up, his jaw hanging down leaving his mouth ajar, his eyes have a glazed look on them, his face is basically neutral. He is standing behind the door, unbeknownst to the babies, where he was listening to them, his shoulders sagging a little, his hands hanging wearily at his sides, his legs looking like the could collapse at any moment. He is now completely under the babies'hypnotic control. The babies, who begin playing, scream out various phrases that affect Kyle, even though they do not know he's there. One baby says 'raise your arm'. Out in the hall, Kyle, still in the hypnotic trance, overhears this and subsequently raises his hand up, but he is still weary, and his arm and fingers look kind of droopy. Another baby yells 'stick out your tongue'. Kyle, still slack-jawed, lets his tongue slide out of his mouth; still holding up his hand. Another baby shouts 'now wiggle it around'. Kyle begins shaking his head, letting his tongue slide around as it hangs down. His eyes remain fixed and unblinking, his body sagging. Another baby screams 'pick your nose'. Kyle obeys and begins picking his nose. It is quite a humurous sight: Kyle is pactically hunched over in the middle of the hallway, one hand raised to the height of his head, his other hand picking his nose. He is still slowly wiggling his head and letting his tongue hang out like an animal. After about a half an hour, a lady tells Kle to 'hop to it'. It appears that Kyle can be controlled by anyone now, and, still repeating the previous actions in the forementioned pose, Kyle literally begins hopping down the hall. We are never told if Kyle is released from the babies' control, as he only makes a brief appearance in the end, and he might still be deep within a hypnotic trance in Baby Geniuses 2.

    I'm not sure how old Kyle was when he acted in this movie. Pictures of him when he is younger and he appeared in other movies put him as 15, and newer pictures where he cut his hair depict him as being 22. Pictures of him that look remarkably like his appearance in Baby Geniuses suggest that he's either preparing to or recently started college, and screencaps of him being hypnotized in Baby Geniuses 1 are found all over the internet, and the sites are mostly teen idol sites. This would mean Kyle was a teen at the time of filming, but no actual age is ever given. On average, I would assume that Kyle was about 18 or 19 when he acted in the first Baby Geniuses, and about 20 or 21 in Baby Geniuses 2. But either way, Kyle diserves his own show (if not a romantic drama on the WB, then a comedic show on FOX. Or he cold guest star in several shows on Disney Channel at least.) Nevertheless, Kyle is a great teen actor (and apparently has been acted between his youngest appearance at 14 to his present age of 22.) He hasn't been in much recently, but should definetley be in something soon!moreless