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KC Clyde: Mormon Actor

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KC Clyde Mormon Actor

KC Clyde is an actor, director, and producer who has appeared in many films and television series. He is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and is well-known to a Latter-day Saint audience as Elder Rogers in The Best Two Years. Clyde noted that The Best Two Years remains a unique project in his career. “It was the first time for me, where I was able to combine what I personally believe with what I do for a living. That has never repeated itself since, so for me it was great.”[1]

Clyde was born on May 2, 1980, and is the son of writer/director Craig Clyde. He has appeared in such films as The Long Road Home, Stranger than Fiction, Firestarter 2: Rekindled, Everything You Want, The Derby Stallion, Friends with Money, I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer, The Wild Stallion, Waiting for Forever, Once Fallen, Heber Holiday, Dance, The Cyclist, and A Christmas Wish. He had supporting roles in the direct-to-video movies Dumb Luck, The Long Road Home, Walking Thunder, Heaven Sent, and Wind Dancer, all of which were directed by his father. He appeared in the Lifetime movies Christmas Angel (2009) and Anatomy of Deception (2014) and the web series Match. He has a role in the forthcoming movie War Pigs. He also appeared in the television series "Veronica Mars."

He and his father own the production company Seerstone Entertainment. He has produced Stay Ride and Heaven’s Door.

KC Clyde on I’m a Mormon