Kyle Sullivan (Larry)
California born Kyle Sullivan booked his first commercial at age 2 1/2 and quickly progressed to guest appearances on nearly every top network television program and in several feature films.
Sullivan can now be seen weekly in recurring and lead roles on
several of television's best-rated shows.
Sullivan has been seen dancing and singing in Disney's
"Geppetto" with Drew Carey, recurring as the hormone-drenched best
friend in "Cover Me," and tugging at your heart as Nicholas on
"ER." His earlier credits include the Disney feature "Max Keeble's
Big Move" and Kurt Russell's Film "Soldier." He also starred in
"Terror and the Kid."
In addition to his role as "Larry" on The War at Home, Sullivan
frequents the small screen with his series regular role on "All
That," plus a recurring role on "Malcolm in the Middle" as
"Krelboyne" (Dabney). In addition, Sullivan has had the privilege
of working with Jack Lemmon and Hank Azaria in the highly acclaimed
"Tuesdays with Morrie," as "Young Morrie."
The versatile Sullivan can tackle most languages and has
mastered many regional dialects. A consummate voiceover artist, he
starred in "Fillmore!" as "Danny O'Farrell" and the Cartoon
Network's "Whatever Happened to Robot Jones?" as "Socks."
In addition to acting, Sullivan is a devoted classical and jazz
pianist and a passionate composer. He composes both solo piano
pieces and electronic compositions. Having graduated early from
high school at age 16, in the spring of 2005, he has been accepted
to Columbia University in New York City.
In his spare time, Sullivan devotes much of his free time to working with charitable organizations to help blind children and children affected by cancer and AIDS. He has spent many volunteer hours in the recording booth laying down descriptive narrative of cartoons and films for Helen Harris' Theatre Vision at RP International. He also works with The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, spends time during the summer at Camp Heartland in Malibu for kids with AIDS and their families., and visits cancer patients at UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center.
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