Daniel-Leon Kit

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Daniel-Leon Kit
Born Daniel Leon Kit Walker
(1998-06-14) June 14, 1998 (age 18)
Warner Robins, Georgia, United States
Other names Daniel-Leon
Daniel-Leon Kit Armstrong Hackett-Walker
Occupation Entertainer/Performer
Years active 2002 - present
Website wix.com/4myentertainmenttv/danielleonkitofficial/

Daniel-Leon Kit (born June 14, 1998) is an American actor, singer, dancer, writer, and songwriter, best known as Vincent Ellis Ross, III in Stretch: the Movie, Walter Rat in the stage play of Thumbelina, and Santa Claus in the musical of Santa Dot Claus.[1][dead link] He currently lives in Warner Robins, Georgia. Kit appeared in the 2012 family comedy Parental Guidance.

Personal life[edit]

Daniel-Leon Kit was born in Warner Robins, Georgia. He was born to Rev. Jeffery Walker and his wife. He is of African American and Cherokee Indian descent. Kit was born Daniel Leon Kit Walker, but he grew tired of people calling him Daniel Leon Walker or Daniel Kit Walker, so hyphenated his first two names to ensure both middle names were used. He subsequently changed his name again to Daniel-Leon Kit.


Kit's first production was when he was five years old. He later started getting offers for bigger roles, but he still remained doing local talent shows. When Kit turned ten years-old, he was offered a minor role feature film movie to play Vincent Ellis Ross, III in the movie of Stretch, but filming for the movies has been delayed for several years due to most of the cast were high school students who were graduating.

Kit also writes music for himself and the hit group Kourtesy. He considers himself the co-manager of the group, and also has written at least ten songs for the upcoming album.


Year Title Role Notes
2012 Parental Guidance (uncredited) Feature Film
2013 The Kandi Factory featured audience member TV Show
2013 The Steve Harvey Show himself TV Show; Pre-production


  1. ^ Daniel (2010-06-23). "Welcome to my new website!".