Kylie Victoria Edwards is a triple threat performer: an actor, a high soprano, and a dancer with a strong background in both Classical Ballet and Balanchine technique. Her love for Golden Age theatre and film knows no bounds, nor does her love for Epsom salt baths and a good book. When not performing, she is studying at St.Mary's College of California, through LEAP's New York location - getting her BFA with a focus in Neurology and Physical Therapy.
The Gilded Age, & Westworld (HBO)
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Prime)
The Broadway 1st Nat. Tour of Anastasia
West Side Story (Spielberg)
and Escaping Ohio (Feature Film).
She is currently based out of New York City, represented by CESD Talent, and a proud member of both SAG/AFTRA and Actors Equity.
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Kylie grew up in Essex Junction, Vermont and began dancing ballet at age three. At fifteen she moved to NYC to train professionally under Valentina Kozlova and Sara Knight, while attending the Professional Children’s School.
Upon graduation, she danced with City Ballet of San Diego, performing works such as Balanchine’s “La Source,” and “Serenade." She then set her sights to acting and MT.
Kylie’s artistic journey from the world of dance, to television and film, has given her the pleasure of working with artists and creatives such as Michael Engler, Amy Sherman-Palladino, John Carrafa, Nancy Braun, Marguerite Derricks, Darko Tresnjak, Terry Knickerbocker, and Irina Dvorovenko. She looks forward to wherever this artform takes her next.