Kyle was a very shy kid who knew early on he wanted to be a DJ and do cartoon voices one day. He played drums in the marching band, ended up getting a degree in radio/tv/film from the University of North Texas in 1993 and began a decade-plus career as a DJ for ABC Radio Networks in Dallas. He worked in various music formats as classic country, top 40, big band, heavy metal, and children (Radio Disney 1996-2005).
In 2005, he moved to Sherman Oaks, California to segue from radio into full time voice work. Kyle became attached with hugely popular animated properties such as "Naruto" and "Bleach", to add to his resume that started with another smash hit, "Dragonball Z" back in 2000.
Since June 2008, Kyle has lived in Burbank, California, continuing to voice on anime and numerous video games, including "Street Fighter IV", "Star Wars: The Old Republic",
and "Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood". He is represented by Arlene Thornton and Associates. Kyle also is the voice of filmmaker, Kevin Smith's Smodcast Internet Radio.
He travels the country throughout the year at anime conventions and prides himself as one of the most interactive voice actors around. He remains humble to the core and extremely blessed to be able to do what he loves for a living and is thankful to all the fans for their unending support.