St. Louis, Missouri, USA
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Brady Black on DAYS, Rick Forrester on B&B
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Kyle Lowder, originally from St. Louis, Missouri, moved with his family to the east coast when he was three years old. Growing up thirty miles from New York City in Westchester County gave Kyle the opportunity to be affected by the performing arts at a very young age. The oldest of three boys, he was born into an athletic family, to which Kyle credits his work ethic, focus and determination. He was involved in athletics from the beginning of his life, and would eventually letter in two varsity sports during his four years of high school. At 14 years of age, a freshman at Pleasantville High School, Kyle began studying music theory and voice performance with Dr. Renato Mario Vellutino, of Italian opera fame. Over the next four years, Kyle gave recitals and concerts, and comppeted in classical voice competitions throughout the state singing everything from Mozart to Verdi, to Handel`s Messiah. He also lent his talent to numerous musical and opera productions, as well, In addition to his love of pop and rock, he was influenced by the music of Andrea Bocelli and The Three Tenors, artists that still deeply inspire Kyle today. In his senior year of high school, Kyle was accepted into the prestigious All-State Choir, consisting of the top 280 rated singers in the state of New York. He received a perfect rating of 100. All this while still keeping his commitment to his athletic teams, achieving All-State Track and Field Honors, as well as All-Section Football Honors starting at quarterback for the team. Nevertheless, it was clear that Kyle`s passion for music and the performing arts would eventually shift his focus away from the sport arena. He continued his studies in college as a B.F.A. in the performing arts program at Syracuse University, undergoing an intense vocal training regimen. In early 2000, during his sophomore year, however, destiny would call when an invitation to a talent showcase in Los Angeles would eventually relocate him to the west coast. A short time after his arrival during the summer of 2000, Kyle was cast as "Brady Black" on the NBC Daytime Drama series, "Days of Our Lives" (1965), a role that would later bring him a Daytime Emmy nomination and Soap Opera Digest Award win in 2003. With the popularity that ensued, Kyle performed the National Anthem for Major League Baseball and NBA games at venues including Dodger Stadium and Staples Center. Altough a busy schedule prevented Kyle from fully pursuing any endeavors outside the show, he continued with his vocal training on a weekly basis. In the summer of 2005, Kyle decided to end his fulfilling on "Days of Our Lives" (1965) and put a hold on his acting career in order to focus fully on a career in music. After more than a year away from the spotlight, and his music career up and running, Kyle was ready to make a return to television. Kyle Lowder can be currently seen Starring as Rick Forrester on the CBS Daytime Drama, "The Bold and The Beautiful" (1987).
Pleasantville High School
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Kyle Brandon Lowder
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Kyle Lowder (born Kyle Brandon Lowder on August 27, 1980 in St. Louis, Missouri) is an American actor. He is known for his role as Brady Black on Days of our Lives (2000–2005) and for his role as Rick Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful (2007–2011).
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