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, a musical telesyre on [1 ] ABS-CBN as one of the band members of Da Vince Code alongside Sam Milby. He was also cast as one of the talents on the teen musical variety show, [2 ] Shoutout! on ABS-CBN. [3 ] [4 ]
Kyle is co-managed by
Cornerstone Talents and . Star Magic [5 ] [6 ]
Kyle has a self-titled album out in the Philippines with the band
3AM under Star Records [1 ] and has performed and appeared several times on ABS-CBN's late night music show, [7 ] Music Uplate Live (MUL Live) hosted by Yeng Constantino. [8 ] [9 ] [10 ] 3AM has also been nominated twice for their self-titled debut album at the 3rd PMPC Star Awards for Music for [11 ] 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. He has modelled for [13 ] Loalde clothing, endorsed [14 ] Nescafe's 3in1, and has had several [15 ] printads and a television commercial for [16 ] Century Tuna. [17 ]
In 2011, Kyle was named one of Chalk Magazine's
50 Hottest and was also listed in Meg magazine as one of their [18 ] 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 ] He has designed for clients in both America and the Philippines. [14 ] [15 ] [19 ]
Filmography [ edit ]
TV shows [ edit ]
TV Appearances [ edit ]
TV Commercials [ edit ]
Nescafe 3in1 [15 ] Light-writing artist
ABS-CBN's Unlimitalk (TFC) Boyfriend overseas
Century Tuna Healthylicious Hotdog Yuppie having breakfast
Music Videos [ edit ]
Up Up Down Down
Krissy & Ericka Boy interest
Back To Love Quest
Hindi Mo Lang Alam [21 ] 3AM
References [ edit ]
^ a b c Mauricio, Julian. (January 2011). "Star Studio's Class of 2011". StarStudio, p. 71.
^ Napoleon Quintos. "Kyle Amor doesn’t want to be labeled as a typical Amboy". ABS-CBN. December 18, 2010.
^ Carlo Orosa. "ABS-CBN's Shout Out aims to train the next generation of stars". Philippine Entertainment Portal. November 30, 2010.
^ Nestor Cuartero. "Shout Out improves on 'That's Entertainment' format" Manila Bulletin. November 25, 2010.
^ Puyat, Leah. (2011). Star Magic Catalogue, p. 121.
^ Timbol, Elizabeth. (2012). Star Magic Catalogue, p. 168.
^ Napoleon Quintos. "New band 3 AM says they are not ‘copycat’ performers" ABS-CBN. January 27, 2011.
^ "The sound of 3AM". The Philippine Star. January 28, 2011.
^ Reyma Buan-Deveza. "3AM launches debut album". ABS-CBN News. January 22, 2011.
^ About 3AM Cornerstone Talents. Retrieved 2012-03-18.
^ Camino, Fides. (May 2011). "3AM: Before They Were Stars". CHALK Magazine, p. 83.
^ Walden Martinez Belen. "3rd PMPC Star Awards for Music pays tribute to OPM". Yahoo! Philippines. Oct 10, 2011.
^ Roca, Marie. (August 2010). "Electric Youth". Meg Magazine, p. 80.
^ a b c "Hotties of Summer". (April 2011). Meg Magazine, p. 107.
^ a b c "Cool Music and Luminous Art Blend in NESCAFE 3in1 Commercial" PRWeb. October 22, 2009.
^ Kyle Amor on Century Tuna Printad Cornerstone Talents. Retrieved 2012-03-18.
^ Kyle Amor & Darleen Hopkirk on Century Tuna Hotdog Commercial Cornerstone Talents. Retrieved 2012-03-18.
^ Olandy, Clifford. (January 2011). "Oh, Boys!". CHALK Magazine, p. 84.
^ Filmography by Genre for Kyle Amor IMDb. Retrieved 2012-03-19.
^ "MV: 3AM's Hindi Mo Lang Alam" CandyMag. April 6, 2011.
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