Dyllon Burnside

TV Actor

Dyllon Burnside was born in Pensacola, Florida, United States on January 27th, 1989 and is the TV Actor. At the age of 35, Dyllon Burnside biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, TV shows, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 27, 1989
United States
Place of Birth
Pensacola, Florida, United States
35 years old
Zodiac Sign
Actor, Singer, Television Actor
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Dyllon Burnside Career


Burnside got his first break at age 12 when he appeared in "3D" with 2 of his cousins and managed by his mother, touring with the likes of Stevie Wonder and Rihanna, and appearing in venues including Madison Square Garden and the Nokia Theater. After ten years of being a man, he felt restricted by fronting a boy band and wanting to investigate arts that weren't traditionally feminine: "The things that attracted my attention didn't necessarily fit with my family's or society's conception of what it meant to be a man." ... I can still be a male and perform Mozart or take a ballet class, but it does not have to do with anything other than I wanted to attend a ballet class." As a result, he joined the CAP21 conservatory for a vocal major, moved to New York City, and took acting and dance classes, as well as writing from The New School.

Burnside appeared in the Tupac-inspired musical Holler if Ya Hear Me on Broadway in 2014, where he appeared as Anthony, as he appeared as Burnside on CAP21. Burnside was also a member of NBC's High Maintenance, HBO's High Maintenance, and BeBe Winans' musical Born For This in both Atlanta and Washington, D.C., while learning Burnside.

Burnside has also appeared on award-winning short The Jump and as a theatrical director on Hold Up The Light at the non-profit Arena Stage in Washington, D.C. He has also taught performing arts workshops and spoken at colleges about how studying the performing arts can be enriching and aiding young people in discovering their own way of self-expression.

Burnside co-founder Billy Porter and Ryan Jamaal Swain performed at a benefit concert on July 23, 2018, raising funds for GLSEN, learning about his coming out story and speaking with former Vibe editor Emil Wilbekin about the benefits of safe spaces for LGBTQ people.

The musical single Heaven, starring British singer Daley, was released in July 2021 as a symbol of LGBTQ love in the same period as the final episode of Pose was broadcast. Burnside was included in the fourth episode of the anthology TV series American Horror Stories by Murphy&Falchuk in the same month. He appeared on Broadway for the seventh Afroamerican leads of the show Thoughts of a Colored Man in Fall 2021.


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22 Jul 2022

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21 Jul 2022

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