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Allan Kayser Biography
Allan Joseph Kayser is an American film and T.v actor. He is famously known through his film personality.
Allan Kayser nationality
Kayser was born and raised in Littleton, Colorado.
Allan Kayser’s Age
He was born December 18, 1963 is 55 years of age still in his career.
Allan Kayser’s Education
In 1978, he starts his High school education at Columbine High School graduating in 1982.
Kayser later moves to Los Angeles totally skipping University education.
In the 1980s, he made good strides where it concerned his career.
Allan Kayser’s Family & Personal Life
Kayser has been married twice so far. His first marriage was to a woman named Lori Kayser (nothing much known for their dating history or duration of marriage). However, the couple divorced sometime in the 2000s. The couple had two children (at a low profile, identities not known).
His second marriage (which was on August 23, 2014) was to a woman named, Sara Kayser (and still, their dating history remains unknown). They too had 2 more children (identities unknown).
Allan Kayser’s Career
Beginning of Career (the 1980s)
Kayser started off at Los Angeles with his comedy debut project, Hot Chilli (1985). He played the role of Jason, one of four boys who crossed over to spend the summer in Mexico in search of adventure.
Night of the Creeps
In 1986, he played the role of the character named Brad, in the comedic horror, Night of the Creeps.
In the same year, Kayser played the role of a teenager boy named Bubba Higgins in the family-comedy television series, Mama’s Family(1983-1990).
The series has aired for 6 seasons, however, Kayser joined the cast of the movie in 1986, starring 95 seasons.
The series picked fame and recognition and in 1989. He was nominated for a Young Artist Award in the category, Best of Young Actor Guest Starring in a Drama series. The award was for his portrayal of Bubba Huggins.
The $25,000 pyramid
He then landed on the celebrity tv game show, The $25,000 Pyramid. He was a celebrity contestant on five episodes of the show in 1987 alone.
Circus of the Stars
In 1989, Allan Kayser was on the special documentary Circus of the Stars.
The New Hollywood Squares
Kayser also appeared on two episodes of the American panel game show The Hollywood Squares in 1987 and 1989.
In the 1990s, he appeared in an episode of the popular television talk show Vicki! in 1992, and had another uncredited movie role in 1997 in the drama Journey of the Heart.
Double Teamed & More than Puppy Love
In 2002, he has cast two movie roles, the drama Double Teamed, as the father of the character named, Nicky and, starred in More than Puppy Love as a character named Tony.
Shimmer, All Roads Lead Home & Next Caller
In 2006, he featured as Eric McKenzie in the movie Shimmer, and as Tobias, in the 2008 movie, All Roads Lead Home.
The next year, he was in a short horror movie Next Caller as the character Billy Bob Brown.
Forbidden secrets & House of the Witchdoctor
After 4 years (2013), he starred in the horror thriller, House of forbidden secrets as a character named Brad.
He then appeared in another horror movie, House of the Witchdoctor, playing the character Cliff Rifton.
- Hot Chill (Jason)-1985
- Night of the Creeps (Brad)-1986
- Journey of the Heart (Glen)-1997
- Double Teamed (Nicky’s Dad)-2002
- More Than Puppy Love (Tony)-2002
- Shimmer (Eric McKenzie)-2006
- All Roads Leads Home (Tobias)-2008
- Next Caller (Handsome Billy Bob Brown)-2009
- House of Forbidden Secrets (Brad)-2013
- House of Witch Doctors (Cliff Rifton)-2013
- Mama’s Family (Mitchel “Bubba” Higgins) (95 episodes, 1986-90)
- The $25,000 Pyramid (5 appearances, 1987)
- The New Holywood Squares (2 appearances, 1987 and 1989)
- Circus of the Stars #14 (1989)
- Vicki! (Vicki Lawrence’s talk show, 1992)
Through his acting career, he has been able to put up his net worth up to $1.5 million.