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American stage actor, dancer, as well as singer Kyle Andrew Selig was born on September 28, 1992.
He is most recognized for playing the part of Aaron Samuels in the 2018 Tony-nominated play 'Mean Girls'. Along with his Mean Girls co-stars Curtis Holland and Ashley Park, Selig took part in Reconciliation House's Stage and Screen Sleep Out in August 2018.
The three of them earned almost $14,000 for the charity that offers homeless and runaway adolescents housing, food, and crisis care. Selig has also mentored budding performers and led master courses. His zodiac sign as per astrologists is Libra.
Kyle Selig's net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million.
Kyle Selig is 5 ft 8 in (173 cm) tall.
Born on September 28, 1992, Kyle Selig is 29 years old as of 2022.
California's Huntington Beach is where Selig was brought up. He has a half-brother named Riley and a half-sister named Harmony. He is the child of Stuart and Sharon (née Kennedy) Selig. Selig's older sister's performance in a nearby play sparked his initial interest in the performing arts. As his enthusiasm expanded, he frequently attended summertime musical theater intensives like CAP21.
He received the prom king title at the end of his senior year and went on to graduate from Huntington Beach High School in 2010.
Selig, then 17 years old, received a $10,000 scholarship as well as the National High School Musical Theatre Prize (also called the Jimmy Award) in June 2010. He later enrolled at Carnegie Mellon University, where he graduated in 2014 with a BFA in musical drama. He was reared in California's Huntington Beach. The first person to pique his passion for theater was his elder sister. He proposed to his 'Mean Girls' co-star Erika Henningsen in 2021.
The 'Mean Girls' musical comedy's co-stars Erika Henningsen and Kyle Selig, who played Cady Heron and Aaron Samuels, confirmed their engagement in 2021. The news was shared on Instagram by the couple. Erika Henningsen is known to be an advocate for She's The First. Kyle and Erika were dating for some time before deciding recently to move their relationship further. They finally announced their engagement on Instagram on July 1, 2021.
Kyle Selig was chosen as the backup for Elder Kevin Price in the Broadway version of 'The Book of Mormon' in August 2013 while finishing his studies at Carnegie Mellon. After that, he attended Carnegie Mellon University for college, where he graduated in 2014 with a BFA in musical drama. He spent three months working for the firm as its standby, gaining independent study credit for his undergraduate degree. Selig re-joined the country's second touring staging of 'The Book of Mormon' as a standby for the Elder Price part some months later, in December of the same year. Kyle Selig now portrays Aaron in the Tony-nominated Broadway play 'Mean Girls', which has been written by Tina Fey and features lyrics and music by Jeff Richmond.
On July 26, 2014, Kyle Selig departed from 'The Book of Mormon' tour to start rehearsing for the nationwide tour of the musical 'Pippin', in which he had been chosen to play the title role. One week when the tour was set to begin, Selig practiced with the 'Pippin' touring cast but was given voice rest. Then, Matthew James Thomas, the one who already had originally played Pippin in the most recent Broadway production, took his position. Selig was allegedly on medical leave, but he never returned to the touring company. After Thomas left the play, Kyle Dean Massey took his place.
Kyle Selig, then 17, was given a scholarship worth $10,000 and the National High School Musical Theatre Award (sometimes called the "Jimmy Award")
He graduated from Huntington Beach High School in the year 2010 after winning the prom king title at the end of his senior year.
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