Kyle Cease

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Kyle Cease
Born (1977-09-19) September 19, 1977 (age 37)
Bothell, Washington

Kyle Cease (born September 19, 1977) is an American actor, comedian, and motivational speaker.


While still keeping residence in Bothell, Washington, his hometown, he was cast as Bogey Lowenstein in the 1999 movie 10 Things I Hate About You.[1] Right after the film, he moved to Los Angeles. Two years later he was featured in Not Another Teen Movie, as the slow clapper.[1] In the same year, he released his first CD, Wait Your Turn.[1] He has made appearances on The Martin Short Show, One on One, Tuned Up, VH1's Super Secret Movie Rules, and in 2005, the movie The Hand Job.[citation needed] Kyle has released a DVD of his nationwide tour called One Dimple.[citation needed] The DVD contains a road documentary, commentary and a performance clip of him on Premium Blend. He also acted as a bit player in Comedy Central's soap-opera-spoof series Strip Mall.[citation needed]

Kyle Cease had a Comedy Central Presents special in 2006.[citation needed] He had made various appearances in podcasts such as Geekdrome and Weezy and the Swish.[citation needed]

On January 10, 2007, Kyle Cease announced on his official Myspace blog that he would begin shooting a one hour stand-up special for Comedy Central, due to positive response from his Comedy Central Presents.[2] On March 15, 2007, Cease announced the special would be titled Weirder, Blacker, Dimpler. Filming was completed on March 30 in Seattle, Washington at the Moore Theater in downtown Seattle.

Kyle was also one of the contestants in the Comedy Central show Reality Bites Back.

In 2009, Kyle was ranked #1 on Comedy Central's Standup Showdown.[3] In June 2011 at the Longevity Now Conference, Kyle described how he was able to win the competition in spite of being up against comedic legends. Kyle decided to host a podcast and at the end of each episode, he thanked every fan who voted for him by name. On the first day, 400 people voted and Kyle thanked every single person. Each subsequent day, Kyle thanked every fan who voted. He attributes this to his success as it helped cultivate a substantial word of mouth following.



Album cover Date of release Title Label Chart positions Sales
Unknown, 2001 Wait Your Turn N/A N/A N/A
July 11, 2006 One Dimple Comedy Central Records N/A N/A
September 4, 2012 I Highly Recommend This Comedy Central Records 9 (Top Comedy Albums) N/A


  1. ^ a b c "Kyle Cease". IMDb. Retrieved 18 March 2014. 
  2. ^ "Kyle Cease: Weirder. Blacker. Dimpler.". Amazon. Retrieved 18 March 2014. 
  3. ^ "About Kyle Cease". Comedy Central. Retrieved 18 March 2014. 

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