Actor, Motivational Speaker, Screen Writer, YouTuber, Entrepreneur and facilitator of Indigenous Youth Empowerment workshop Road To Freedom
Kyle Nobess, was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada where he found his passion for acting at an early age. He landed his first major role on APTN’S hit show Cashing in and has gone on to have great success in acting with various projects. Kyle has appeared in numerous cameo roles, including the television series Todd and the Book of Pure Evil, Curse of Chuck, Joy Ride 3, just to name a few. He was cast as a lead role in APTN’S new hit television show that has been running for four seasons, Mohawk Girls films in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Kyle has also become a well- known TV personality. He co-hosted the 2014/15 Indspire Awards along side both Tina Keeper and Lorne Cardinal, which was televised live across Canada. He also co-hosted the 2015/16 Aboriginal Day Live show at the forks in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Kyle has continued to diversify himself and has taken his film and creative knowledge to the nu media platform as he and his brother have created a youtube channel massholeh which is now partnered with Much Digital studios, more can be seen at much.ca./creators
Kyle has always wanted to write his family’s story as a Feature film, and working with Rebecca Gibson on the web series WindCity, Kyle decided to approach her to work with him and mentor him as they co write the screen play . The story focuses on the true story of Ron and Jean Nobess and how they challenged the government and the laws on placing Autistic children in institutions, the result is Vulnerable Persons which is currently in pre production being produced by oscar winning production company Eagle Vision.
Kyle Currently resides in Toronto Ontario and also is touring his Road To Freedom Workshops to First Nation communities across Canada. The workshop focuses on bringing hands on experience in film acting, addiction awareness and confidence building. Kyle shares his personal story of recovering from drugs and alcohol and finding success in sobriety. Kyle is celebrating ten years clean and sober and has made it apart of his life’s mission to share his journey and hope to give inspiration that anything is possible when you set your mind to it.
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Aboriginal Day Live, an annual celebration of Canada's National Aboriginal Day and the summer solstice, has been delighting audiences since 2007. The event features some of the most accomplished Aboriginal musicians, including award-winning and up-and-coming artists.