|Life is Ruff||Actor||Calvin Wheeler||7|
|Dancing With the Stars||2013 2003 - 2013||Actor||n/a||20137|
|Fish Hooks||2013 2009 - 2013||Voice||Milo||20136|
|That's So Raven||2005 2001 - 2005||Actor||Cory Baxter||20057|
|Becker||2003 1997 - 2003||Actor||Kid||20037|
|Cory in the House||2007 2005 - 2007||Actor||Cory Baxter||20077|
|Fish Hooks||2013 2009 - 2013||Voice||Hall Monitor 1||20136|
|The Parkers||2003 1998 - 2003||Actor||Kevin||20037|
|Heroes Among Us: The 2009 Hero Awards||2008 2007 - 2008||Actor||Presenter||20087|
|The Gulf is Back||2009 2008 - 2009||Performer||n/a||1|
|The Practice||2003 1995 - 2003||Actor||Derrick Hayes||20037|
|That Was Then||2002 2001 - 2002||Actor||Kid #3||20027|
|The District||2003 1999 - 2003||Actor||Ronde||20037|
|Dancing With the Stars: The Road to the Finals||2010 2009 - 2010||Actor||Interviewee||20107|
|The 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards||2009 2008 - 2009||Presenter||n/a||1|
|The 38th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards||2010 2009 - 2010||Presenter||n/a||1|
|Life is Ruff||Song Performer||(("It's a Dog)||1|
|Cory in the House||2007 2005 - 2007||Theme Song Performer||n/a||1|
|Underdog||2007||Song Performer||("Underdog" Raps)||1|
|Reprised role of Cory for the "That's So Raven" spin-off, "Cory in the House"; also sang the theme song|
|Played Cory, Raven Baxter's stubborn younger brother on the Disney channels "That's So Raven"|
|Appeared on the PBS kids show "The Electric Company"|
|Appeared in the TNT movie "Passing Glory"|
|Starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie "Life Is Ruff"; also raps "It's a Dog" on the soundtrack|
|Joined the 11th season of "Dancing with the Stars" (ABC) as a contestant|
|Performed "Who Let The Dog Out" on the "Shaggy Dog" soundtrack|
Born in Atlanta, GA on Aug. 28, 1991, Kyle Orlando Massey and his older brother Christopher were discovered by a talent scout while visiting a local shopping mall. Roles in local theater productions preceded his first screen credit with a bit part for the Disney Channel TV movie, "Selma, Lord, Selma" (1999), which was filmed in his home state. By 2001, he had moved up to guest appearances on TV series like "The Parkers" (UPN, 1999-2004) and "The Practice" (ABC, 1997-2004) before landing his star-making turn on "That's So Raven," which was the highest rated series ever to air on the Disney Channel during its initial network run.
Massey's Cory Baxter on "Raven" was a classic TV sitcom foil - a wise-beyond-his-years pre-teen with a taste for get-rich-quick schemes and pranks on his older sister Raven (star Raven-Symone). Cory proved popular throughout the series' lengthy run, earning Massey two Young Artist Awards and a pair of Image Award nominations. It also allowed him to segue into work outside the series, including his first starring role in "Life is Ruff" (Disney Channel, 2005), a lighthearted, kid-friendly comedy about a spoiled boy (Massey) who learned the value of responsibilities through caring for an abandoned dog.
In 2007, Massey scored his own television series, "Cory in the House." A spin-off of "Raven" - and the network's first in its history - it sent his character to the White House, where his father was the head chef. The show's humor centered largely around Cory's schemes and their impact on the Commander in Chief, and if it proved less popular than its predecessor, it had little impact on Massey's popularity with pre-teen audiences. If anything, Massey's presence in that demographic grew even more substantial; after making his singing debut on the soundtrack for "Life is Ruff" and crooning the theme song to "Cory," he began contributing songs and raps for projects ranging from "Underdog" (2007) and the animated series "Ying Yang Yo!" (Jetix/Disney XD, 2006-09).
In 2009, Massey began making regular appearances on the revived "Electric Company" (PBS, 2009- ) as P.J. Watson, the eccentric cousin of one the show's main characters, Keith Watson (Ricky Smith). The following year, he was announced as a contestant on the 11th season of the popular reality competition show, "Dancing with the Stars" (ABC, 2005- ).
|Christopher Massey||Brother||Played Michael Barrett on Nickelodeon's "Zoey 101"|
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