• Kylie Bunbury

    Last updated: November 7, 2016

    Kylie Bunbury is a Canadian-American actress. She was born in Canada on January 30th, 1989 and spent nine years of her childhood in Europe (two in England and seven in Portugal). Her adolescent years took place in Prior Lake, Minnesota. Kylie has broken through as the star of the new Fox drama series, Pitch. She is also recognized for her roles in Tut, The Sitter, Twisted, and Disney’s Prom. She also played the role of Eva Sinclair in Under the Dome. 

    Kylie Bunbury religion political views

    Kylie Bunbury Religion

    It is likely that Kylie is a Christian. She posted to her Twitter, “Your worst day with God will be better than your best day without Him- Joyce Meyer #Truth :).” Joyce Meyer is a hardcore Christian author and speaker.

    Kylie Bunbury Political Views

    Bunbury hasn’t had enough coverage to reveal her politics. She has announced how she values the importance of young women seeing strong, complex female characters in positions capable of making a difference. This could be an implication that she supports Hillary Clinton.

    Kylie Bunbury Hobbies

    Kylie’s hobbies include working out and watching projects on the HGTV channel. She also had this to say about her first acting job, “I did this film called Prom. It was a Disney movie. And at that point, I didn’t know what the hell I was doing. I had no idea how to act. It was purely instinctual. I just remember the first scene I did and the first take, it feeling so right. That’s when I knew that I wanted to do this forever and that my purpose was instilled in it.”

    Who is She Dating?

    She is currently in a long term relationship with boyfriend, Ashton Moio. He is three years younger than she is.

    Random Facts

    Kylie’s father, Alex Bunbury, is a retired professional soccer player. He had an 11 year career with Portugal’s Maritimo. Before being cast for Pitch, she had never played baseball her entire life and hardly knew anything about it. She read books and watched a ton of baseball to prepare for the role. She is good friends with her co-star in Tut, Avan Jogia. They had a romantic scene together that ‘made things awkward.’