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Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick is a writer and television producer, sometimes performer, and general person living in Los Angeles. He has written for various publications, from Los Angeles Magazine to Four&Sons, from the blog for Pacific Standard Time to the blog for Vanity Fair. He also founded and maintained lauded lifestyle property Los Angeles, I’m Yours for several years. His television producing credits include Top Five Live for AwesomenessTV & Go90, TakePart Live, Fashion Star, Does Someone Have To Go?, Styled To Rock, Style Pop, Mario Lopez: Full Court Wedding, and more. He is currently a producer and writer at ATTN:. Find a select collection of my work there here.

That’s all the “business” that you want to to know about him, AKA what his “day job(s)” are (AKA how he makes money). Outside of this, he is a hispanic homosexual former military brat who is obsessed with dogs. He only wears (short) shorts and is unable to decipher if he does or does not have body odor issues despite the size of his nose. He formerly wrote exclusively in ALL CAPS for nearly ten years but recently gave it up in the hopes of appearing as less abrasive online, in particular to people who may want to hire him.

His interests include Internet and popular culture oddities, performance studies and queer studies, contemporary art from Los Angeles, dogs with spots on them, imitating what he considers current fashion trends, riding bicycles on the street (not the sidewalk) while wearing a helmet, horror movies involving possessed dolls, and champagne and rosé. He lives with and is intimately involved with Bobby Solomon and they are the semi-proud owners of Dottie—an English Setter—and Scooter—a Rat Terrier.

If you would like to contact him to write for you, to talk on a television show about things, to maybe buy him a glass or bottle of wine, or simply to say hello, please send an email to hello [at] 1234KYLE5678.com or give him a ring at 1-234-755-CHAT.

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