Kyland Young Biography
Kyland Young was one of the 16 contestants on CBS’s Big Brother 23. He is an account executive, an American Business Entrepreneur, a Creative Marketer, and a Strategist by trade. He grew up in San Bernardino County, California, but currently lives in Venice Beach. He is also a contestant in the upcoming season of The Challenge, and he was a major piece in the success of the “Cookout” alliance, thanks to his competition win and persuasion abilities. He was eventually surprised when he was evicted in fourth place by Xavier, sparking an aggressive set of personal statements to him on the way out.
Kyland Young Age
Kyland Young was born in San Bernardino County, California on July 13, 1991. He is 31 years old.
Kyland Young Height
Kyland stands at 5′ 11” tall
Kyland Young Education
Kyland chose to enroll in Victor Valley Community College after high school before obtaining his bachelor’s degree in communication from Pepperdine University. He has been quite involved in extracurricular activities all through college, participating in debates, model UN, and sports. He has been able to maintain his excitement and is still eager to take in all that the world has to offer in terms of unique and fascinating experiences.
Kyland Young Family
Young’s parents, whose names he has not yet revealed, gave birth to him and raised him in San Bernardino County, California. Along with his four sisters, Young was raised. Even though he is now a well-known reality television celebrity, Young chooses to keep his private life private, therefore more details about his family are not publicly available.
Kyland Young Girlfriend
Young and his girlfriend Kaitlin have reportedly been together for a long time, according to an Instagram post of his. He hasn’t, however, provided any other details regarding their relationship.
Kyland Young’s Net worth
He has an amassed net worth of between $100k- $1 million.
Kyland Young The Challenge
Kyland holds an executive position with an app company that provides scholarships to assist in paying for kids’ educations. Kyland held several part-time jobs while still a student and even served as a marketing intern for Dream Records. Kyland co-founded his own business, Slash My Fees, in 2015 after obtaining experience through several different internships. He was employed by the company, which assisted small-business owners in processing credit card payments, as the Head of Marketing.
He was a Business Development Manager at BeCore Experiential Marketing Agency, which he left at the beginning of 2018, in addition to working for his own company. The brilliant expert has since held a series of esteemed positions, including Director of Business Development at Ctrl Agency and Manager of Strategic Partnerships at Blavity Inc. Kyland finally started working at Scholly, Inc. in June 2020, where he is currently the Head of Business Development & Partnerships. Additionally, he is the presenter of his own podcast, “Conversations with Kyland,” which has grown in popularity ever since he was given the opportunity to compete on “Big Brother.”
The “The Challenge” universe is growing and blossoming. On Wednesday, October 25 at 8 p.m. ET, “The Challenge: Battle for a New Champion,” produced by Bunim/Murray Productions, will premiere season 39. The final season of “The Challenge” aired on MTV more than six months ago.
Over 165 nations will receive “The Challenge: Battle for a New Champion,” which was executive produced by Julie Pizzi, Emer Harkin, Dan Caster, and Leanne Mucci. Co-executive producers include Fred Birckhead, Micah Kehoe-Thompson, Skye Topic, and Irene Young. TJ Lavin is back to host. In “The Challenge: Battle for a New Champion: Countdown Begins,” a premiere special premiering on MTV on Wednesday, Oct. 18 at 8 p.m., the new cast will be introduced.