I'm a professional SAG Eligible actor that worked in SAG National Commercials, National Commercials, SAG and Non Union Films, Television, a Music Video and Theatrical Productions including working for Broadway Across America and Radio Disney. Resume available on http://KitDeZolt.actorsite.com
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Kit was born in Kowloon, Hong Kong on August 2nd 1989. When Kit was adopted from Hong Kong at the age of two, he was singing his heart out on the plane and when his parents adopted him from Hong Kong. Kit enjoyed singing at a young age but it wasn’t until his eight grade year when he found his passion for performing. Kit was a Visual Arts major at BAK Middle School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, Fl. Being surrounded by creative people like himself it was there he could experiment with his creative mind. In his eighth grade year he attended the Actors TV and Film Inc. This training institute was Kit’s first ever experience with acting. Kit took Acting for TV and Film class and in the end of the course won the most prized award at that school as Best Male Actor as well as winning Best Scene. Kit also was allowed to take an exclusive Musical Theatre class for free. From there, Kit audition for the prestigious and internationally recognized arts school called Alexander W. Dreyfoos Jr. School of the Arts. A.W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts is recognized as one of Newsweek’s Top 20 public high school in America. The International Network of Schools for the Advancement of Arts Education has awarded Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr. School of the Arts the 2005 International Exemplary School Award, The award which recognizes one arts school each year for an outstanding record of overall excellence. There he auditions to be Musical Theatre major. This is where Kit developed his skills and started to work professionally. Kit graduated Dreyfoos in the top ten percent in his class winning award such as Most Outstanding Senior Thespian, Most Outstanding in Dance Career Preparation Course, Excellence in Musical Theatre 1, Highest GPA in Introduction to Drama, Critics Choice for Student Directing at the International Thespians Society District X Competition, Critics Choice for Large Group Musical at the International Thespians Society District X Competition, recognized as an Honor Thespian with over 700 hours devoted to theatre, and straight superiors for Large Group Musical and Student Directing at State Level.
Kit has performed in a number of local commercials as well as a SAG National commercial for Florida Citrus Orange Juice as well as National promotional media for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, SONY, and Wal-Mart. Kit has been on Channel 56 Manhattan Neighborhood Network , It’s Your Turn as a Co-Host on one of the episodes; as well as It’s Your Turn, Kit was a featured performer doing an original monologue as a part of education awareness in the Education Network’s/ITV’s Foundation of Education. Kit is a triple threat as an actor, singer, and dancer. Kit has performed in over twenty theatrical performances including professional and non-professional productions. One of Kit’s stage performances was when he played the role of Chad Danforth in the Broadway Dance Corporation’s performance of Disney’s High School Musical. Kit was also a performer with the Radio Disney Mousecapades Performing Troupe with the Walt Disney Company. The performing troupe performed at various Radio Disney events and was a blast for the kids in the audience. Kit has performed in a number of productions at Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in downtown West Palm Beach, Florida. Kit has performed two times on the main stage: the Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr. Concert Hall which holds 2,193-seat, and performed other times on one of Kravis’s studio theatres. Kit’s performances at the Kravis Center include Broadway Showcase Project, Pro Bono Awards-Studio 54, and the Spot Light on Young Musicians. Kit was a performer with Florida Theatrical Associations (in partnership with Broadway Across America) Broadway’s Class Act. Broadway Class Act is a regional tour around the state of Florida. Kit has performed in a number of unprofessional theatre productions including but not limited to Annie Get Your Gun (Jessie), Once Upon a Mattress (Wizard), The Magic Lamp of Aladdin (Chop Chop), The Adventures of Tom Sawyer ( Jim Hollis), Theatre in the Raw (Father Flynn), Tides of Change (Jason), Actors Academy Showtime 2004 (Scott/Golem), Les Misérables (Claquesous/Pimp/Convict), Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Feet’s to Big Duet), Hundred Years of Broadway (Feature Singer/Ensemble), Blood Brothers (Multiple Speaking Roles), Cabaret (Sailor/Waiter), Peter Pan-The Circus (Pirate-High Flyer on the Cradle) and other Theatrical Productions (see resume).
Kit started out his film career by doing an independent feature film entitled ZEN where he played the staring role of Zen, a young samurai warrior who is fighting to save his family’s sacred sword while in the midst of leaning of the trials and tribulation of love. Kit revived his role as Zen in the sequel Count Osaka. Kit also played the role of Oswald McFarling III, the best friend who helps his friend Robbie in various situations and is a huge Jack Bauer wannabe, in the short film P-Dubbed. Kit brought to life the role of Charlie, a radical Vietnamese soldier, who ends up blowing up everything, in the film There’s Always a Girl. Kit played the role of a drug addict in Playing the Tape, a SAG short, which premiered at the Palm Beach International Film Festival. Kit also played in another short SAG film called Common Thread playing the role of the Child of the Future. Kit auditioned for and landed the part of Chinese Boy in the SAG feature film, Reno 911! Miami, a movie based off of the internationally acclaimed Comedy Centrals hit TV show: Reno 911! Kit also played in an AFTRA Feature Film Pauly Shore’s Natural Born Komics, where he played a party guest in one of the comedy sketches. Kit performed in 2 professional films shot during the summer of 2008 including the lead role of Nathan Farris in Unlikely Prophets. Kit will also be shooting the lead role of Chin Li in the Indie Feature Film the Golden Buddha in the summer of 2008 as well as being a featured dancer in B.I Bad Influence's music video "I Love My Swag". Kit also performed in other films (see resume) as well as the ones listed above. Kit will be attending the Boston Conservatory as a musical theatre major starting in the fall of 2008. Now, as a SAG eligible actor, Kit hopes to further his career a pursue jobs in SAG/AFTRA screen work and Actor’s Equity staged performances.
Hey, no problem. Thanks for the request! Boston Conservatory? Nice! Yeah if you go to school in Massachusetts, Boston/Cambridge is definitely the place to be. I took a quick look at your experience and you've really done some amazing work. I've personally only participated in a little independent work with a friend, but I hope to expand my skills and gain more experience through ourfilmspace.com. Thanks again! Hope to see you around!
Kit wow what a great resume! Impressive. Your pictures are outstanding. I use to live in Miami and went ot highschool there for one year. I love it. I heard Miami has a great commercial industry. I plan to travel to Ft Lauderdale as my parent have a condo there and try to get some work. Any agencies you suggest?
In Boston you should sign up on Boston Casting emails and free Agency Pro, CP Casting, Maura Tighe Casting and Rhode Island LDI Casting. I would suggest going to Maggies Models for print work Keep in touch txs for the add