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Kyle Secor
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Actor
    (May 31, 1957- )
    Born in Tacoma, Washington
    Birth name is Kyle Ivan Secor
    Had a semi-recurring role on the soap opera, 'Santa Barbara'
    Played Brett Johnson in 'St. Elsewhere'
    Best known as Detective Tim Bayliss on 'Homicide: Life on the Street' (1993-1999)
    Acted in 'Heart of Dixie,' 'Shootdown,' 'Sleeping with the Enemy,' 'Delusion,' 'City Slickers,' 'The Doctor,' 'Late for Dinner,' 'Untamed Heart,' 'Drop Zone,' 'Endsville,' and 'Beat'
    His real life 'Homicide' counterpart apparently wasn't a fan.
    He was overshadowed by his 'partner' on 'Homicide,' Andre Braugher.
    He was rejected military service due to his near-sightedness.
    His near-sightedness also cost him a career in basketball.
    His career stunted after he ended his six-year 'Homicide' run.
    He decided to go into acting after seeing 'Hello Dolly' on the stage.
    He helped pull a 'Rescue from Gilligan's Island' by taking part in 'Homicide: The Movie.'
    He was Geena Davis' First Gentleman in the disappointing 'Commander in Chief.'
    He looks like John Ritter.
    He is a Jack Kerouac enthusiast.
    He frequently works with Jill Hennessy.
    He is a skilled instructor of Yoga, Karate, and Kung-Fu.
    He made a crossover guest appearance on Law and Order as Tim Bayliss.
    He was nominated for a TCA Award for Individual Achievement in Drama for his work in 'Homicide' (1998).
    He was nominated three times for a Q Award for Best Supporting Actor, but never won (1997-1999).
    His portrayal of Tim Bayliss was an early breakthrough for representation of bi-sexual characters on television.
    All of his property kept in storage during his move from Los Angeles to Baltimore was stolen.
    He had small but memorable role in a TV movie playing a victim of the real-life Korean Air Lines Flight 007 plane crash.

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