Kyle Schmid also appears in Smallville Season 8 as Sebastin Kane a meteor infected guy who by touching someone can see into their life. He is also working for Tess Mercer trying to find the crystal from the artic.
Kyle is 5' 10" (178 cm) tall.
Kyle appeared in the film Joy Ride: Dead Ahead.
Kyle played a Sick Boy in the film Spill.
Kyle played the character of "Max" in the film Zerophilia.
Kyle is playing the character of "Lorenzo" in the upcoming film Strife.
Kyle is playing the character of "Tyler" in the upcoming film Deep Cove.
Kyle is playing the character of "Federico Fulce" in the new upcoming movie The Thaw said to be released in 2009.
Kyle played the character Brad in the film Fast Food High.
Kyles acting hero is Johnny Depp.
Kyles best advice ever received was, "If God brings you to it, he'll bring you through it."
Kyles favourite portrayal of a vampire is - Brad Pitt in the film Interview with a Vampire.
Kyle has played the role of Aaron in the film The Covenant.
Kyle has a puppy whom he named Cali. He adopted her from a shelter in California. She's a Heinz 57, mostly lab, collie, terrier, hound...among many others. She is his baby.
In Kyles spare time he likes to go running along the seawall with his dog or go skateboarding throughout the city.
Kyle uses Clarins face wash with orange extract, and Biotherm Homme Aquapower moisturizer.
Kyle's biggest extravagance is shoes.
Kyle's favorite book is "Tuesdays with Morrie" by Mitch Albom.
Kyle's dream co-star would be Angelina Jolie.
One of Kyle's future goals is to be a producer and a director.
If Kyle would not have had been an actor, he would wanted to be playing soccer for America.
Kyle first started his career with small modeling jobs.
Kyle beat out 400 other competitors for his lead role in The Sandy Bottom Orchestra.
Kyle's favorite sport is soccer.
Kyle enjoys swimming, horse back riding and mountain biking.
In 2001, Kyle was nominated for a Young Artist Award for "Best performance in a TV Movie-Supporting Young Actor" for his performance in the movie The Sandy Bottom Orchestra.
Kyle: This past year has been something else...it's opened my eyes to many things and many people. It's had its ups and downs and ins and outs. And I believe we've all been able to take something from that and grow in our own imparticular ways. We've over come obstacles, and set in motion opportunities that can change our own individual lives.
Kyle (About his favourite season 1 episode in the show "Blood Ties" : Episode 8 is one of my favorites because the opportunity for more range in Henry and the phenomenal guest star, Julian Sands. Our final episode is out of this world. It'll leave you breathless.
Kyle (About what costume element was more challenging - the fangs or the contacts): Definitely the fangs. As soon I tried them on it was obvious it was going to be a challenge to speak without lisping. I borrowed them for a few days just to practice. Nobody likes a lispy vampire.
Kyle (Most memorable moment in filming the show "Blood Ties"): The first day was memorable for me. I walked into this studio with these giant eyes, slowly met everybody and got to see the story boards and sketches of our characters. I got the see the sets and was just amazed that all this was to be something we all were going to be part of for almost a year.
Kyle (how he prepared for the character Henrey, in the show "Blood Ties"): I watched movies to get the sense of characters, comparing one rendition to another, picking and choosing which traits to follow true with and which not. We also had Tanya Huff who created Henry in the books and Peter Mohan who created it for script. They both, obviously, helped in the creation.
Kyle (why he wanted to be part of the show "Blood Ties"): The idea and opportunity to create this absolutely infinite character. Laying him so many different ways and creating the depth to his character that most vampires in today's entertainment lack. Not to mention, growing up as an athlete and having the opportunity to perform most of my stunts.
Kyle: (On working with David Cronenberg) It's incredible. Beyond belief incredible. It was surprising in the best ways possible. He's one of the nicest people I think I've ever met on a movie set. He understands and just takes the time to sit and talk to you about things and make you feel the best you can before you walk onto any set. And that's huge as an actor to have that confidence walking in.