Kylie Delre

Actress - stage, screen, TV, VOs

Native New Yorker, lived in Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Atlanta

Have worn many hats in the industry

Will go wherever work takes me

Started acting in theatre along the East Coast, moved to LA to expand into the television and film markets, all the while staying on stage. 

Within six months began major multi-tasking; opened Madcap Management representing no more than 10 actors for the better part of eight years, was assistant to the head of domestic distribution @ Miramax for two years, owned/facilitated - Show & Tell: "Workshops for the Professional Actor" for three years, worked as a casting assistant/paid reader for:  Jean Scoccimarro, Michael Greer, Jeff Passero, Renita Whited, Aaron Griffith, and Vicki Huff.  Have taught film & television acting, directed and produced numerous plays. 

While working to establish myself as an actress I sought out jobs that would enrich my knowledge of the industry, yet enable me to audition, work, and share my experiences with peers.  

Offered a lot more work over the years: six figure starting agent position with Epstein/Wyckoff, show-runner position @ USA, two year marketing contract @ Miramax, more casting work, encouraged to manage more, direct, and expand my workshop company with other CDs and agents…  All of which I gratefully declined. 

! I love nothing more than acting !

Been written up (full page articles) for almost every business endeavor in:  Backstage, LA Times, and The Hollywood Reporter and won several awards for my stage & film work - with honorable mentions/rave reviews in those as well as other local papers and online…

I have enjoyed so much of what I’ve done, so many people I've met, worked with, and even helped along the way.  So fortunate to have choices; every single day I choose - entertaining!  

As the journey continues, I look forward to sharing much of it with you.

Please stay tuned – there is always more to come…

"You are never given a dream without being given the ability to make it come true." by Richard Bach