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|Born||Allan Joseph Kayser II
December 18, 1963
Littleton, Colorado, U.S.
Kayser was born and raised in Littleton, Colorado, and attended Columbine High School from 1978-1982. Shortly after graduating, Kayser moved to Los Angeles, California and began his acting career. He was a part of several motion pictures in the 1980s, including Hot Chili and Night of the Creeps. However, Kayser is perhaps best known for starring in 95 episodes of the American television sitcom Mama's Family from 1986–1990, making him a teen idol in the 1980s. In 1989, Kayser was nominated for a Young Artist Award as Best Young Actor Guest Starring in a Drama or Comedy Series for his part as Bubba Higgins in Mama's Family.
Kayser was previously married to Lori Kayser; this marriage produced 2 children. As of August 23, 2014 he has been married to Sara Kayser; the couple also have 2 children.
- Hot Chili (Jason) – 1985
- Night of the Creeps (Brad) – 1986
- Journey of the Heart (Glen) – 1997
- Double Teamed (Nicky's Dad) – 2002
- More Than Puppy Love (Tony) – 2002
- Shimmer (Eric McKenzie) – 2006
- All Roads Lead Home (Tobias) – 2008
- Next Caller (Handsome Billy Bob Brown) – 2009
- House of Forbidden Secrets (Brad) – 2013
- House of the Witch Doctor (Cliff Rifton) – 2013
- Mama's Family (Mitchel "Bubba" Higgins) (95 episodes, 1986–90)
- The $25,000 Pyramid (5 appearances, 1987)
- The New Hollywood Squares (2 appearances, 1987 and 1989)
- Circus of the Stars #14 (1989)
- Vicki! (Vicki Lawrence's talk show, 1992)