Alexandra Kyle
Birth Date:
November 11, 1988
Birth Place:
Los Angeles, California, USA
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Eye for an Eye


An actress hailed from Los Angeles, CA, Alexandra Kyle first came to the attention of public playing the six year old daughter Megan McCann on John Schlesinger's “Eye for an Eye” (1996). She has since acted in the films “A Time to Kill” (also 1996), “In Quiet Night” (1998), “13 Going on 30” and Funky Monkey” (both 2004). She has also guested in such television series as “JAG,” “The Practice,” “ER” and “Without a Trace.”


Childhood and Family:

Alexandra Kyle was born Alexandra Ingrid Kyle on November 11, 1988, in Los Angeles, California. Her nickname is Alex.

13 Going on 30


Alexandra Kyle had her first taste in front of the cameras when she appeared as Megan McCann, the younger daughter of Sally Field and Ed Harris, in the crime/drama film “Eye for an Eye” (1996), directed by John Schlesinger. Later that same year, she had a small role in the big screen adaptation of John Grisham's 1989 legal thriller novel, “A Time to Kill,” which was helmed by Joel Schumacher and starred Sandra Bullock, Matthew McConaughey, Samuel L. Jackson, Kevin Spacey, Ashley Judd and her “Eye for an Eye” costar, Kiefer Sutherland. In between the movies, Kyle made her television debut with a guest spot in the legal drama series “JAG.”

Kyle resurfaced in 1998 when she starred in the lead role of Dinah Wolcott in “In Quiet Night” (1998), a drama/thriller from director/writer H. Anne Riley. Costars in the film included Claire Rankin, Julian McMahon and Tom Irwin. Three years later, she had a recurring role in the David E. Kelley-created show “The Practice” (2001), where she was cast as Amanda McGowan, and she followed it up in the next year with a guest performance in “ER.”

It was not until 2004 that Kyle made her next film, “13 Going on 30.” A well-received romantic comedy starring Jennifer Garner and helmed by Gary Winick, the film saw the actress portray the young Tom-Tom, the younger version of Judy Greer's character Lucy. Still in that same year, she appeared with Matthew Modine and Seth Adkins in the Harry Basil family/comedy “Funky Monkey.”

In 2006, Kyle played Jamie Asher in “All for One,” an episode of CBS's “Without a Trace.”


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