Kyle Klaus always knew he wanted to be an actor from a very young age.  Only, this small town boy, raised in the suburbs of Pennsylvania, never really thought it was a possibility.

He was always getting lost in a character, dreaming of a bigger world out there, and making those around him believe in something greater as well.

Growing up in Pennsylvania, Kyle was an accomplished athlete in many sports.  It wasn't until attending Kutztown University that he quickly realized he couldn't just pick one thing to be for the rest of his life - he wanted to be many.  A chance encounter seeing an audition notice while walking through the campus theatre department, made it seem possible.  Kyle snagged his first ever audition and booked a supporting role of Russ, a ladies man on campus, in the independent feature Misdirected.

Since then, Kyle has made his way to New York and added numerous credits to his resume. Currently, Kyle is hitting the small screen in a recurring role on NBC’s popular action drama, The Blacklist. He also appeared alongside Tracy Morgan in the TBS laugher, The Last O.G., and in SyFy’s dark comedy, Happy. Previously, Kyle emerged on two acclaimed Showtime dramas, Homeland and Billions; and audiences will remember him recurring as police officer 'Jason Mosser' on the long running ABC drama, One Life to Live

On the festival circuit, Kyle has received considerable attention for his leading role in the award-winning film, All That Remains, a WW2 drama about a veteran soldier suffering from dementia. In addition to acting, Kyle has found success in other creative aspects as well, such as writing, producing, and entrepreneurial endeavors