Kyle Alandy Amor

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Kyle Alandy Amor
Kyle Amor at The Peninsula for 2011 5th Annual Star Magic Ball.jpg
Kyle Amor at the 2011 5th Annual Star Magic Ball at The Peninsula, Makati.
Born Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Other names Kyle Amor
Occupation Visual Artist, Commercial model, Singer, and Actor.
Years active 2009 - present
Agent Star Magic (2009–present)
Cornerstone Talents (2011–present)
Height 5'11

Kyle Alandy Amor (also known as Kyle Amor), is an American visual artist, commercial model, singer, and actor of Filipino descent. He first appeared on 1DOL,[1] a musical telesyre on ABS-CBN as one of the band members of Da Vince Code alongside Sam Milby.[2] He was also cast as one of the talents on the teen musical variety show, Shoutout! on ABS-CBN.[3][4]

Kyle is co-managed by Cornerstone Talents and Star Magic.[5][6]

Music[edit]

On Music Uplate Live in 2010 with hosts Yeng Constantino & Tutti Caringal.

Kyle has a self-titled album out in the Philippines with the band 3AM under Star Records[1][7] and has performed and appeared several times on ABS-CBN's late night music show, Music Uplate Live (MUL Live) hosted by Yeng Constantino.[8][9][10][11] 3AM has also been nominated twice for their self-titled debut album at the 3rd PMPC Star Awards for Music for Best Duo/Group Artist and Alternative Album of the Year.[12]

Modeling[edit]

Kyle, apart from 3:00 am, is a sought-after print and TV commercial model having appeared in several billboards, commercials, and print magazines in the Philippines.[13] He has modelled for Loalde clothing,[14] endorsed Nescafe's 3in1,[15] and has had several printads[16] and a television commercial for Century Tuna.[17]

In 2011, Kyle was named one of Chalk Magazine's 50 Hottest[18] and was also listed in Meg magazine as one of their Hotties of Summer.[14]

Visual Arts Background[edit]

Aside from modeling, music and television, Kyle is also a visual/graphics artist who is fond of drawing and painting.[1][14] He has designed for clients in both America and the Philippines.[15][19]

Filmography[edit]

TV shows[edit]

Shows
Year Title Role Network
2010 1DOL Bandmate of Da Vince Code ABS-CBN
2010–2011 Shoutout! / Shoutout! - Level Up Himself / Tuesdelicious-FTW group ABS-CBN

Movies[edit]

Movies
Year Title Role Notes
2012 My Cactus Heart[20] Bandmate of Carlo Star Cinema
2012 Kimmy Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme Cameo (waiter) Star Cinema

TV Appearances[edit]

Appearances
Year Title Role Network
2009 Ka-Blog! Guest (Art-related / Light-writing) GMA
2009 Kuwentong Talentado Guest (Art-related / Light-writing) TV5
2009 POPKORN Guest (Art-related / Light-writing) Channel V
2010 Gimik 2010 Appearance on last episode (Jetski scene) ABS-CBN
2010 Umagang Kay Ganda Performer (1DOL Promotion) ABS-CBN
2010 Us Girls Himself (Chalk's 50 Hottest) Studio 23
2010–2011 Music Uplate Live Himself / Performer ABS-CBN
2010–2011 ASAP Himself / Performer ABS-CBN
2011 LUV Crazy Appearance with 3AM TV5
2011 MYX Music Awards Himself / Presenter MYX
2011 Star MYX - Top 5 Picks Himself / Featured Artist - 3AM MYX

TV Commercials[edit]

Commercials
Year Title Role
2009 Nescafe 3in1[15] Light-writing artist
2009 ABS-CBN's Unlimitalk (TFC) Boyfriend overseas
2011 Century Tuna Healthylicious Hotdog Yuppie having breakfast

Music Videos[edit]

Music Videos
Year Title Artist Role
2009 Up Up Down Down Krissy & Ericka Boy interest
2010 Back To Love Quest Appearance
2011 Hindi Mo Lang Alam[21] 3AM Himself

Albums[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Mauricio, Julian. (January 2011). "Star Studio's Class of 2011". StarStudio, p. 71.
  2. ^ Napoleon Quintos. "Kyle Amor doesn’t want to be labeled as a typical Amboy". ABS-CBN. December 18, 2010.
  3. ^ Carlo Orosa. "ABS-CBN's Shout Out aims to train the next generation of stars". Philippine Entertainment Portal. November 30, 2010.
  4. ^ Nestor Cuartero. "Shout Out improves on 'That's Entertainment' format" Manila Bulletin. November 25, 2010.
  5. ^ Puyat, Leah. (2011). Star Magic Catalogue, p. 121.
  6. ^ Timbol, Elizabeth. (2012). Star Magic Catalogue, p. 168.
  7. ^ Napoleon Quintos. "New band 3 AM says they are not ‘copycat’ performers" ABS-CBN. January 27, 2011.
  8. ^ "The sound of 3AM". The Philippine Star. January 28, 2011.
  9. ^ Reyma Buan-Deveza. "3AM launches debut album". ABS-CBN News. January 22, 2011.
  10. ^ About 3AM Cornerstone Talents. Retrieved 2012-03-18.
  11. ^ Camino, Fides. (May 2011). "3AM: Before They Were Stars". CHALK Magazine, p. 83.
  12. ^ Walden Martinez Belen. "3rd PMPC Star Awards for Music pays tribute to OPM". Yahoo! Philippines. Oct 10, 2011.
  13. ^ Roca, Marie. (August 2010). "Electric Youth". Meg Magazine, p. 80.
  14. ^ a b c "Hotties of Summer". (April 2011). Meg Magazine, p. 107.
  15. ^ a b c "Cool Music and Luminous Art Blend in NESCAFE 3in1 Commercial" PRWeb. October 22, 2009.
  16. ^ Kyle Amor on Century Tuna Printad Cornerstone Talents. Retrieved 2012-03-18.
  17. ^ Kyle Amor & Darleen Hopkirk on Century Tuna Hotdog Commercial Cornerstone Talents. Retrieved 2012-03-18.
  18. ^ Olandy, Clifford. (January 2011). "Oh, Boys!". CHALK Magazine, p. 84.
  19. ^ http://www.kyleamor.net/portfolio.html
  20. ^ Filmography by Genre for Kyle Amor IMDb. Retrieved 2012-03-19.
  21. ^ "MV: 3AM's Hindi Mo Lang Alam" CandyMag. April 6, 2011.

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