Allan Kayser has a relatively uneventful career, but he has everything that makes a conventional Hollywood star – like participating in a successful television series or one or two divorces.
In the 1980s he was involved in the successful television series Mama’s Classic. This role won him awards and established him as a young actor to watch out for. After this success, he seems to have developed a preference for roles in horror movies.
Allan Kayser Biography, Age
Allan Kayser was born in 1963, on 18 December, in Littleton, Colorado. He began his high school education at Columbine High School in 1978 and graduated in 1982. Not long after graduating, Allan Kayser did something that most celebrities do today when they want to concentrate on their careers – he moved to Los Angeles and completely skipped university education.
In the 1980s he made good progress when it came to his career. His debut project was a 1985 comedy called Hot Chili, in which Kayser played the role of Jason, one of four boys who spent the summer in Mexico in search of adventure. This film was followed by the horror-comedy Night of the Creeps in 1986. He played the role of a character named Brad.
That same year, Allan starred in the most formative project of his career. He played the role of a teenager named Bubba Higgins in the family comedy television series “Mama’s Family”. The series aired for six seasons from 1983 to 1990, but Allan joined the cast of the film in 1986 and starred in 95 episodes. The series catapulted his fame and recognition. In 1989 he was nominated for a Young Artist Award in the category of Best Young Actor as a guest in a drama or comedy series. This prize was awarded to him for his portrayal of Bubba Higgins in Mama’s Family.
His growing status brought him into the famous TV game show The $25,000 Pyramid. In 1987 alone, he was a celebrity contestant in five episodes of the show. In 1989 he appeared in the special documentary Circus of the Stars. Allan Kayser also appeared in two episodes of the American panel game show The New Hollywood Squares in 1987 and 1989.
In terms of career, the 1990s were not a very busy time for Allan Kayser. He appeared in an episode of the popular television talk show Vicki! in 1992 and had another unacclaimed film role in the drama The Journey of the Heart in 1997.
In the 2000s, his declining career experienced a slight upward trend. In 2002 he fulfilled two film roles. The first role was that of the father of the character named Nicky in the drama Double Teamed. Then he played the leading role in More than Puppy Love as Tony. In 2006 he was Eric McKenzie in the movie Shimmer and in 2008 as Tobias in the movie All Roads Lead Home. The following year he played the role of Billy Bob Brown in the short horror movie Next Caller.
Four years later, in 2013, he had another double feature year. He played his first leading role in the horror-thriller “House of Forbidden Secrets” as a character named Brad. Then he appeared in another horror movie, House of the Witchdoctor, in which he played the character Cliff Rifton.
Family, Wife, Is He Gay?
After the success of the TV series “Mama’s Family,” rumors began to circulate about Allan Kayser’s sexual orientation. The reason for this was mainly because his character in the series, Bobby Higgins, had occasionally been seen in really tight jeans. However, there are no records to suggest that Allan is gay or bisexual.
The actor has been married twice before. His first marriage was to a woman called Lori Kayser. Not much is known about her dating history or the length of her marriage. However, the couple divorced sometime in the 2000s. Allan also had two children from his marriage to Lori. Their identities are not known.
His second marriage was to a woman named Sara Kayser. Their dating history is also unknown. Allan entered into the covenant with Sara on 23 August 2014. With Sara, he had two other children whose identities are also unknown. There are no rumors of infidelity or divorce regarding his marriage.
What is Allan Kayser’s Net Worth?
The actor of Hot Chili and Mama’s Family has not received many film roles or approvals since he was on location to justify a serious review of his assets and his total wealth. For this reason, there is no reliable source on the Internet that shows how much money the 80’s icon is worth. However, a few unreliable sources put his net worth at $1.5 million.