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Kyle Orlando Massey (born August 28, 1991) is an American actor, rapper, and singer. He starred in the Disney Channel sitcoms That's So Raven and its spin-off Cory in the House, and was the runner-up on the 11th season of ABC's Dancing with the Stars

On Fish Hooks he voiced Milo one of the main characters.

Massey is an industry veteran at the young age of 18. Most recently he guest starred on PBS's "The Electric Company." His other television credits include starring roles in Disney Channel's hit series "That's So Raven" and "Cory in the House" as well as the Disney Channel Original Movie "Life is Ruff." He has also lent his voice to the animated series "American Dragon: Jake Long" as the character "88" and performs the theme songs for "Yin Yang Yo" and "Cory in the House," in addition to the theme song for Walt Disney Pictures feature film "Under Dog."

In 2009, Massey started his own record label, Massey Boy Records with his brother Christopher. He can also be seen as a celebrity guest in the upcoming series "World's Funniest Moments."

Massey is an avid golfer and won first place in the National Minority Junior Golf Tournament when he was age 8. He was chosen by the PGA to be the host of its prestigious "First Tee" program for kids and to host an instructional segment for the Tiger Woods Learning Center. In October 2006, he was chosen to introduce Tiger Woods at his annual fundraising event in Anaheim.

Massey has played in several golf tournaments including those hosted by baseball legend Hank Aaron, former San Francisco Giants player Marquis Grissom actor Dennis Quaid and the Los Angeles Police Department.

The Georgia native celebrates his birthday on August 28.

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Kyle Massey in Legend of the Earth Troll


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