All That’s Kyle Sullivan Quit Acting & Became a Corporate Big Shot

By RahulPublished on: March 19, 2024 Updated on: June 13, 2024
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The revelations emerging from the documentary series Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV have shed light on the distressing experiences encountered by former Nickelodeon child stars. Among those who have come forward with their accounts is former All That star Kyle Sullivan.

In a disturbing recollection shared in the series, Sullivan recounts an unsettling encounter at the home of Nickelodeon dialogue coach Brian Peck.

I remember, at the time, I think it was about two-and-a-half years in, everyone went to Brian’s house for a barbecue. And his house was a little off.

Sullivan said.

He vividly describes discovering a painting gifted to Peck by none other than notorious serial killer John Wayne Gacy, known infamously as the “Killer Clown” for his heinous crimes. Brian also told Sullivan that he and Gacy were pen-pals.

He kept, like, this pile of letters and photos from John Wayne Gacy in his nightstand next to his bed. And he pulls them out, and starts showing them to me…it was one of those classic, like, failures of group psychology.

The unsettling nature of these revelations casts a shadow over the past experiences of those involved in Nickelodeon productions, including Sullivan. His co-stars Drake Bell, and Bryan Hearne, among a few others, have also come out with their stories related to past abuse.


Beyond these disturbing episodes lies a curiosity about the present whereabouts and endeavors of individuals like Sullivan. In this article, we delve into his current status, exploring whether he has a wife, and shedding light on what’s he doing now.

He Relationship Status Is As Secretive as Himself

Based on available information, Kyle appears to be single, a status that seems to align with his current online behavior. He last updated his Facebook in 2017 and at that time he didn’t mention any partner. It’s reasonable to conclude that he’s not dating anyone, at least not publically.

His lack of online activity suggests that Kyle has turned into a more secretive individual in recent years. So far, Sullivan, now 35, has not married anyone either.

The Former All That Star Works In Corporate Today

A graduate of Columbia College, Columbia University with a Bachelor of Arts in Film/Cinema/Video Studies in 2011, after quitting acting, Kyle moved to New York and started working as a Manhattan bike messenger. This unique job not only honed his resilience and adaptability but also led him to cross paths with Ron Rofé, the co-founder of Rainfall Ventures, a meeting that turned his world upside down.

In January 2014, Kyle joined Rainfall Ventures, marking his journey into the corporate world. While working, his dedication and performance in conducting due diligence on potential investments did not go unnoticed.

A photo of Kyle in a park
Kyle worked as a Partner at Rainfall venture. Source: Facebook

Soon, Kyle, who initially joined as a Research Analyst, ascended through the ranks within the company. After four years of consistent effort and contribution, he became a Partner at Rainfall Ventures.

After working for over 10 years, He left the company in October 2023.

Thanks to his work as a general partner, he earned a lot of money, making his net worth around $1 million, as of 2024. While he also earned as a child actor, it was nothing compared to what he made at Rainfall.

He Quit Acting in 2014

Surely, you are asking, why did Kyle Sullivan quit acting?

Well, he had a fruitful acting career from 2000 to 2014. Born in Los Angeles, California, Sullivan is best known for his work on the TV series All That and the Fox sitcom The War at Home.

In addition to these notable parts, Sullivan portrayed the recurring character Dabney Hooper on the critically acclaimed series, Malcolm in the Middle from 2000 to 2003.

His talents were not limited to live-action performances; he also lent his voice to characters Danny O’Farrell and Everitt Konquist on the Disney animated series Fillmore!

Despite his successful career, Sullivan decided to step away from acting in 2014, with his last role being in the TV series The War at Home. He remained reclusive from the world until the release of Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV.

About Author: Rahul

Rahul has been diving into the world of entertainment in niches like celebrity, anime, and health articles since 2016. As a passionate writer, he combines personal experiences with thorough research to create content that's not only informative but also relatable and engaging.