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Kyan Douglas, often known as Eddie, is a well-known American television personality, actor, and stylist.
From 2003-2007, Kyan Douglas was a member of the 'Fab Five', a group of homophile men who gave straight boys fashion and lifestyle advice on Bravo's 'Queer Eye For The Straight Guy'. He earned a Primetime Emmy Award in 2004.
Kyan Douglas also served as the first spokesperson and adviser for the L'Oréal brand across all product categories. He is credited with setting up the Aveda Institute hairstyling and grooming school in New York City.
Kyan Douglas is credited as a grooming guru for a makeover show for which casting was going on when he was working at hair salon Arrojo Studio.
He has a net worth of $4 million and is a well-known Hollywood television personality.
Details on his annual income are unavailable.
Kyan Douglas stands at 5 ft 10 in (178 cm) tall.
Kyan Douglas is 52 years old, having been born on May 5, 1970. Taurus was his zodiac sign.
Kyan Douglas was born in Miami, Florida, on May 5, 1970, to Judith Elaine Douglas. His family moved from Miami to Tampa, then to Tallahassee, where he spent his childhood years with his sister Kelli in both cities. When he thinks back on his childhood, he remembers his sister teaching him how to style his hair. There is no information on Kyan's father.
Kyan Douglas moved to Dallas after high school and pursued philosophy at Brookhaven College when he became interested in religion and healing arts. Kyan then moved to Austin to study acting at the University of Texas at Austin so that he could pursue acting professionally.
Kyan Douglas is a homophile person who is single right now. In terms of his previous relationships, he dated Robert Grant, a television personality and actor, from August-December 2003. However, a romantic relationship did not work out for them, so they opted to retain their relationship as friends exclusively. From March 2004-August 2006, he was in a committed relationship with publicist and homophile rights activist Gregory Durham. In July 2006, they were also briefly engaged. However, for this pair, it did not turn out to be a once-in-a-lifetime relationship.
Relocating to New York, Douglas began his career working in sales for Aveda Cosmetics, after which he assisted in the establishment of Aveda Institute, a hairstyling and grooming school where he also studied. He went on to work as a colorist at Arrojo Studio in New York after graduating. Douglas learned how to tint his hair from Arrojo. He also started working on the TLC makeover shows 'What Not To Wear' and 'While You Were Out'.
Douglas co-authored a book about the show and appeared on the music CD and DVD accompanying it. Kyan Douglas gained a lot of recognition and public attention as a result of the show. He appeared on magazine covers with the Fab Five.
He also became a L'Oréal spokesman and product advisor. After the end of Queer Eye in 2007, he joined the 'Rachael Ray' reality show as a fashion expert, style expert, and guest, appearing in 63 episodes from 2008-2018. In 2009, he was cast as a hairdresser in an episode of a 10-year-younger television series. In 2016, Douglas hosted a mini-documentary series called 'The American Barber'.
In 2004, he received a primetime Emmy Award, and he was nominated again in 2005.
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