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Kyle Cease began performing comedy at the age of 12 years. He was a regular in comedy clubs at 15 and a headliner at the age of 18 years. 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. Right after the film, he moved to Los Angeles. Two years later he was featured in Not Another Teen Movie, as the slow clapper. In the same year, he released his first CD, Wait Your Turn. 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. Kyle has released a DVD of his nationwide tour called One Dimple. The DVD contains a road documentary, commentary and a performance clip of him on Premium Blend. He was also on Chelsea Lately and other shows that featured his off the cuff style. Cease spent his 20s touring thousands of colleges, comedy clubs and more.
In 2010 Cease released another Comedy Central Album entitled "I Highly Recommend This" to great reviews.
In 2007 Cease had a 1-hour Comedy Central special called "Weirder Blacker Dimpler."
Kyle was ranked #1 on Comedy Central's Standup Showdown in 2009.
In 2010, Cease started combining his comedy with public speaking.
|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|
In May 2017, Kyle Cease released his first book I Hope I Screw This Up , which went on to become a New York Times Best seller.
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