KILE ATWATER is a proud LGBTQ artist, actor, comedian, and writer based in New York City. Originally from Texas, Kile moved to New York to explore their creative talents, and since then has worked with some of the top influencers in the industry. Kile is a multi-dimesional artist with many skills under their belt. Their main canvas is performance art, which includes comedy, acting, and music. Their work has gotten plenty of buzz, their musical project Trak Joy was ranked 25 best songs of the week by CMJ for their debut single Skin. They were recently named a finalist at YAAAS FEST: an LGBTQ comedy competition in New York. Kile’s work is currently featured on Hunger Magazine, Teen Vogue, Redbull.com, Buzzfeed, and Afropunk, to name a few.
As an actor, Kile trained at NYU and The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, they’ve been featured in shows like The Get Down (Netflix) and Pose (FX). You can see Kile performing stand up comedy for diverse audiences around NYC where they tackle issues ranging from gender identity to race, and everything in between. Currently they are a correspondent for Buzzfeed’s new show “Did You See This.” where they talk news and pop culture while breaking out of gender binaries. Kile is rapidly expanding their professional and personal brand and breaking barriers with numerous projects in the works.
Kile won’t stop anytime soon.