Kylee Russell Biography, Age, Family, Boyfriend, Movies, Songs,Girl Meets World, Jump In, Zombies,

Kylee Russell Biography

Kylee Russell is an American actress, best known for her appearance in Jump In! in 2007, Mississippi Damned in 2009 and The Sub in 2017.

Kylee Russell

Kylee Russell Age

Russell was born on 8 October 1996 in Panorama City, Los Angeles, California, United States. She is 22 years old as of 2018

Kylee Russell Family

She was born to Afro-American parents. She has two known siblings. Her older sister, Chelsea Tavares who starred in the Nickelodeon series Unfabulous and her younger sister who has appeared in her YouTube videos.

Kylee Russell Boyfriend

Russell is in a relationship with Samuel Houser. The couple started dating since 2016.

Kylee Russell Jump In

Russell was cast as Karin Daniels, Izzy’s Double Dutch-crazy sister in the 2007 Disney Channel Original Movie,”Jump In!”

Kylee Russell Zombies

Russell was cast as Eliza, a zombie that is friends with Zed in the American musical and dance Disney Channel Original “Movie”

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Kylee Russell Songs

  • 2018; BAMM
  • 2016; Flower Girl
  • 2016; Rock ‘n’ Roll Reindeer
  • 2016; Make The Grade
  • 2016; Sleeping Beauty
  • 2016; Home For Christmas

Kylee Russell Girl Meets World

Russell was cast as Renee American comedy television series “Girl Meets World”

Kylee Russell Net Worth

She is making her fortune through her acting career, her net worth is estimated to be around $0.1 Million as of 2019

Kylee Russell Movies And Tv Shows

Year Movies | TV Shows
2018 Zombies
2017 The Sub
2016 Code Red
2016 Virtual High
2015 Where Children Play
2009 Mississippi Damned
2007 Jump In!

Kylee Russell Phone Number

Her contacts are personal and can not be found, you can still reach her through her social media accounts below;

Kylee Russell Twitter

Kylee Russell Instagram

Kylee Russell Singing- Hank Zipzer Song: Home For Christmas (featuring Kylee Russell)

Kylee Russell Interview

Exclusive: ‘Zombies’ Actress Kylee Russell Spills The Tea On Disney’s Latest Tv Flick And More


Why is this movie important to you and what positive messages do you hope kids and families will take away from the movie?

“ZOMBIES is so important to me because it has messages that remind me that I am worthy of self-love. I hope kids and families take home the message of LOVE and ACCEPTANCE. No matter how different we may appear on the outside, we are all the same on the inside and should all love and accept each other for who we are.”

What does it mean for you to have an African-American female as an executive producer on the Disney Channel Original movie?

“For me, it means change is happening. She (executive producer Effie Brown) is helping to open doors for women of color so that there will be more of us sitting in the big chairs. Being able to meet and work with her was an honor. Having an executive producer who I felt comfortable with, who always understood where I was coming from and had my back was a blessing.”

In the movie, your character Eliza is a rebel at heart. How are you similar or different from the character you play in the film?

Eliza and I are almost the same person. We both stand up for what we believe in and we want equality for all. The only difference is she hates cheer and I don’t. Oh, and she’s a computer genius and I’m not.”

What advice would you give to little girls that would like to follow in your footsteps?

“Do it because you LOVE it. Don’t do it for the fame or the money because you won’t be happy. But most importantly, never give up. In this industry you hear ‘no’ a lot but you can’t let that discourage you. It’s all about timing. Whatever role is meant for you, is for YOU. So there’s no need to compete and it’s always more than okay to lift and SUPPORT other women!”

In addition to acting, you are a singer, songwriter and dancer. Wow. Out of all those, would you say that acting is your first love? Would you like to pursue a singing career in the near future?

“Out of acting, singing, and dancing, I would actually say that singing is my first love. For some odd reason whenever I was in front of a camera I was fine but as soon as I had to sing I’d suddenly get stage fright. Now that I’m past that, I would absolutely love to peruse a singing career in the near future!”

What other projects do you have coming up?

“Right now I am working on my music. As far as acting goes, you’ll have to wait and see.”

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Note: This biography is based on the available information as of 2023, and real-time updates or developments are being updated by our editorial team.