Kyle Sammy is a young actor, singer, and musician from Detroit, MI. He started acting at the age of 16 under the direction of George and Rosalind Chenault in a series of plays under the headlining title Mysteries of the Heart. At the age of 19, he ventured into Community Theater and got a lead role as Curtis Taylor Jr. in Dream Girls with Detroit’s oldest community theater, the Rosedale Park Players. Holding musicals every spring, Kyle would come back to audition in 2014 for the musical Guys and Dolls and land the supporting role as Nicely Nicely. He also auditioned for the musical The Addams Family and accepted the lead role as Lucas Beineke in 2015. During the performances of The Addams Family, Kyle joined Southgate Community Players and shortly after, played the supporting role of John Thomas in the musical Miss Saigon.
In addition to being an actor, Kyle is also an accomplished musician and singer. He has the gift to hear music and reproduce it without the need of sheet music. He has been playing in church since he was 16 years old and has sang, played, and written for several choirs and gospel legends Deitrick Haddon and Sean Hardin.
Kyle would like to thank his mother, Cynthia Sammy, for introducing him into the world of theater. He would also like to thank his Pastor, Rev. Charles D. Twymon of the Macedonia Baptist Church, and Brittney Calloway for pushing him to further his gift in musicianship.