Kevin McHale Bio, Age, Wife, Gay, Glee, Girlfriend, Movies and Net Worth

Kevin McHale Bio

Kevin Mchale born Kevin Michael McHale on June 14, 1988 is an American actor, singer, dancer and radio personality. McHale, formerly of the boy band NLT, is known for his role as Artie Abrams in the Fox comedy-drama series Glee. He hosted the British panel show Virtually Famous on E4, from 2014 to 2016. Currently he is one of the four hosts of Sick of My Own Voice on Dash Radio.

Kevin McHale Age | How Old Is Kevin Mchale

Born on 14th June, 1988, Kevin is 30 years old as of 2018.

Kevin McHale Height

He is 1.73 metres tall.

Kevin McHale Wife | Girlfriend

He is openly gay and currently in a relationship with actor Austin McKenzie.

Kevin McHale Daughter

He has no children yet.

Kevin McHale Gay

McHale came out as gay in April 2018, with a tweet. He is in a relationship with actor Austin McKenzie.


McHale joined the American boy band NLT, which stands for “Not Like Them”, before becoming an actor. The group was discovered by Chris Stokes in 2006, who subsequently signed them to his label, The Ultimate Group. They released their first single, “That Girl”, on March 13, 2007. The month that followed, they opened for The Pussycat Dolls, with Chantelle Paige. They also made a guest appearance in the film Bratz: The Movie as an auditioning band. While in the group, McHale, along with Timbaland and his bandmates, co-wrote the song “She Said, I Said (Time We Let Go)”. On April 30, 2009, Travis Michael Garland a member of the band announced that NLT had split.

In his spare time, McHale, who has a record deal with Universal Music Group, writes original music . While in an interview with Mario Lopez, McHale stated that he plans to pursue solo music post-Glee. McHale, Chris Moy, and Justin Thorne , in 2015, co-wrote the song “Heartless” which was featured on the latter’s debut EP The Heartbreaker. That same year, he was featured in the music video for Thorne’s song “Summer Nights”.

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Kevin McHale Actor

Kevin McHale The Office

In 2007, McHale guest appeared on NBC’s comedy series The Office in the season four episode “Launch Party”, portraying a pizza delivery boy who is taken hostage by Michael Scott, played by Steve Carell.

He made a guest appearance in three episodes of Nickelodeon’s teen drama series Zoey 101 as Dooley Fibadoo. McHale starred as a guest in two episodes of HBO’s dark fantasy drama series True Blood, in 2008, appearing as Neil Jones, a coroner’s assistant.

Kevin McHale Glee

He landed his breakout role in 2009, as Artie Abrams in the Fox musical comedy-drama series Glee. Artie who uses a wheelchair after a car accident, joins the McKinley High glee club in the first episode. He was given a chance for his first solo performance on the show when he sang “Dancing with Myself” in the episode “Wheels”. He danced in a fantasy sequence to “The Safety Dance”, and sang “Dream a Little Dream of Me”, in the episode “Dream On”. McHale, was nominated , along with the main cast of the series, for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series four times, winning in 2010.

In 2010, he briefly , appeared , in One Call’s music video “Blacklight” alongside former NLT bandmate Justin Thorne, who was a member of One Call. He appeared in Katy Perry’s music video for her song “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)” as the character Everett McDonald, in June 2011. McHale co-hosted the 2012 Teen Choice Awards with Demi Lovato, on July 22, 2012 . It was reported, in January 2014, that McHale would host a comedy panel show, Virtually Famous, for the British digital television channel E4. Comedian Seann Walsh and radio presenter Chris Stark were also featured as series regulars and team captains.

It was announced, on February 24, 2014, that McHale had signed on to play a supporting role in the Kathy Bates and Dustin Hoffman led independent film Boychoir. His character, Wooly, is a young music teacher who helps a troubled young boy at his school. It was announced in July 2014, that he and Aaron Tveit had signed on to star in the comedy film They Might Be Kennedys. McHale will play one of the leads, Teddy Mulligan. He joined the cast of Dustin Lance Black’s drama miniseries When We Rise as AIDS activist Bobbi Campbell, in April 2016.

Kevin McHale Movies and TV Shows







Neighbor Neil


Bratz: The Movie

Boy Band Member


Glee: The 3D Concert Movie

Artie Abrams




TV Shows





All That



The Office

Delivery Kid


Zoey 101

Dooley Fibadoo


True Blood

Neil Jones



Artie Abrams


2010 Teen Choice Awards



2012 Teen Choice Awards



Virtually Famous



The Numberlys

Task Master (voice)


We Bare Bears

Barry (voice)


When We Rise

Bobbi Campbell


Nailed It



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