|Full Name||Kyle Soller|
|Birth City||Connecticut, USA|
|Spouse||Phoebe Fox (2010 to present)|
|Awards||Evening Standard Awards-won, Olivier Awards-nominated|
|Filmography||The Fifth Estate, Marrowbone, Anna Karenina,|
|Education||Royal Court Theatre|
Best known for his major role as Francis in the British-American drama series Poldark, Kyle Soller is an American actor. He won the Evening Standard Theatre Award for his outstanding performance in The Glass Menagerie and The Government Inspector at the Royal Court Theatre.
Kyle Soller was born in 1983 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, the United States of America. He is American by nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
For his education, he studies History of art at the College of William & Mary which is located in Williamsburg. He then moved to London and enrolled in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art graduating in 2008.
To begin with his relationship status, Kyle is a married man. He tied the knot to his longtime girlfriend Phoebe Fox in 2010. She is an American actress known for her role in Lady In Balck.
The duo first met while studying in Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. They became close friends and eventually started dating each other.
Kyle reside in London with his wife, however, has no children at present. The pair are often seen together in public and award functions.
Soller often shares pictures of him and his wife on his Instagram account and expresses his love for her.
Kyle Soller’s net worth is around $500 thousand at present. Although he has not disclosed his exact net worth, as per sources, the average salary of an American actor ranges around $54,313 to $60,480 annually.
Besides, he also earns a nice sum of money from his paid partnerships, endorsements deals, and sponsorship.
His notable tv work includes Poldark, Bad Education, Silent Witness, Counterfeit Cat, An Inspector Calls, and others. Likewise, his film work includes The Keeping Room, Anna Karenina, The Fifth Estate, Marrowbone, and many more.
Talking about his awards, he was nominated for the WhatsOnStage Awards for Edward II, Olivier Awards for Long Day’s Journey Into Night.
Similarly, he won the Evening Standard Awards for his performance in The Government Inspector in 2011.