When he got the part on Homicide: Life on the Street, knowing he had to move to Baltimore, he placed all of his possessions in a storage locker in L.A. A year later when he came back to check on them, he discovered that they were stolen.
Kyle's breakout year as a movie actor is considered to be 1991 as he appeared in movies released by five different major film studios.
While he was still in school, Kyle was an avid basketball player.
Kyle considers writer Jack Kerouac as his hero.
After graduating from high school, Kyle was supposed to leave for England for further studies. When he visited his brother in California, he acted in some plays and began his acting career.
As of 2007, Kyle has been dividing his time between Baltimore and Los Angeles.
Kyle's father worked as a salesman for Beechnut. He has two older brothers.
Kyle has been practicing Buddhism for years. He has been ordained as a member of the Zen Peacemakers Order.
Kyle's other film credits include Heart of Dixie (1989), Late for Dinner (1991), Delusion (1991), Children of Fury (1992), and Homicide: the Movie (2000).
Kyle wrote the song "Vegas Skies" featured in the 1991 film Delusion.
Kyle's theatrical credits include Antony Cleopatra, Day of Hope, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Charley's Aunt, The Comedy of Errors, Equus, The Lion in Winter, and Look Homeward Angel.
Kyle's TV debut as a series regular was on Homicide: Life in the Street. It was also in that series where he made his directorial debut.
Kyle attended Green River Community College in Auburn, Washington.
Kyle once worked as a theater usher and an assistant manager at a pizza place. He also worked as a waiter, house cleaner, and a yoga instructor.
Kyle had his acting training at the Los Angeles Actors and Directors Lab.
Kyle is 6'5" (1.96 m) tall.
In 1998, Kyle earned a Viewers for Quality Television Q Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Quality Drama Series for Homicide: Life in the Street.
While starring in Homicide: Life in the Street, Kyle appeared in a public service announcement about teacher appreciation from NBC's The More You Know.
He is a certified yoga instructor trained in karate and kung fu.
Kyle married actress Kari Coleman on January 28th, 2002. They have two children.
As a youth, Secor attempted to join the United States Air Force as a member of the Military Police. Unfortunately, his poor vision prevented him from him from that type of duty.
Kyle: (on having a gay relationship in "Homicide: Life in the Street") I thought, well, Peter and I, or some other guy, we're gonna end up kissing, and that's gonna be really... you know, kind of interesting for me as an actor.
Kyle: (in a 1999 interview) My first love really is acting. The directing stuff is just something I have a great interest in now, because I want to do my own projects, at some point.