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Kyle Isao is an actor who appeared as an Akaali citizen in the Star Trek: Enterprise first season episode "Civilization". As a background actor he received no credit for this appearance and was identified by the call sheets of the episode.

Isao appeared in the television action comedy Partners (2000, with Nina Magnesson), the television action thriller Chain of Command (2000, with Tom Wright, John Putch, John Beck, and Jayne Brook), the fantasy comedy Monkeybone (2001, with Whoopi Goldberg, Scott Rogers, Cris Thomas-Palomino, Mary Stein, Kristopher Logan, Scott Workman, Ted Rooney, Rex Reddick, Rachen Assapiomonwait, Doug Jones, and Randall Bosley), the science fiction adventure Clockstoppers (2002, with Scott Thomson, Gina Hecht, Billy Mayo, Jenette Goldstein, Jeff Ricketts, Judi Durand, and Brian J. Williams, written and produced by Rob Hedden, and directed by Jonathan Frakes), the action comedy Martial Science (2013, with Grainger Hines), the television comedy Hustle Fresh (2015), and the short films George Lucas Strikes Back {HD Trailer} (2011), The Rising Cost of Cosmetics (2011), Doomed Love (2011), Carpe Diem (2012), The Bey and Jay Riots (2014), Dream Girl (2015), Runaway (2016), Carry Me (2016), and Plea (2017).

He also appeared in episodes of The Amanda Show, The Division, The Andy Dick Show (2001, starring Andy Dick), Everybody Loves Raymond (2002), Servitude (2011, with Carol Abney, Stephen Davies, and Aaron Haedt), My Roommate the (2011), MIx (2017, with David Ghilardi), and Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2018).

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