Kylie Erica Mar
Kylie Erica Mar is now in her 9th season as segment reporter for Made in Hollywood, and Host of the Emmy-nominated Made in Hollywood: Teen Edition.
As a reporter for Made In Hollywood, Kylie has interviewed all of the BIGGEST names in Hollywood.
Kylie has traveled around the world to cover movie junkets and premieres for films such as “Rio” in Rio De Janeiro, “Letters to Juliet” in Verona, Italy, “Turbo” in Barcelona, Spain, and “Transformers: Age of Extinction” in Hong Kong. She has also traveled the country reporting on many set visits to feature films, and sitcoms. Kylie frequently travels to London and New York City to cover all of the latest, biggest films.
In addition to her hosting and reporting duties, Kylie often appears live on “KCAL 9 News” as a Made In Hollywood correspondent, to talk about the latest films being released in to theaters that weekend. All of her segments are also available online at MovieTickets.com.
Kylie has recently been seen co-hosting “Mark at the Movies” with Mark S. Allen. “Mark at the Movies” is a three-time Emmy award winning weekly television series about wide release movies and what’s new on Blu-ray, seen around the world in 38 million homes on REELZ channel.
Kylie is an official member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association. The BFCA is the largest film critics organization in the United States and Canada, representing over 250 television, radio and online critics. Founded in 1995, the BFCA presents its Critics’ Choice Movie Awards each year to honor the finest achievements in filmmaking. A portion of the proceeds from the awards presentation ceremony is donated to the Starlight Children’s Fund.
In 2013, Kylie was honored as the “Mistress of Ceremonies” as she hosted the Center for the Pacific Asian Family’s 35th Anniversary Gala, a charity event to raise money and recognize the organization’s supporters. CPAF was founded to help address domestic violence and sexual assault in the Asian and Pacific Islander communities. Their mission is to build healthy and safe communities by addressing the root causes and the consequences of family violence and violence against women.
For the past two years, Kylie served as an emcee as she led the 710 freeway initiative, “Close the Gap”, in the city of Alhambra.
Kylie started her career in show business when she was just 4 years old. As a professional child actress, she booked national commercials, voice-over, print work, as well as acting roles, co-starring in episodes of hit television series such as “ER”, “Wayans Brothers”, “7th Heaven”, and “The Parent ‘Hood” for which she received a Young Artist Award nomination.
Born and raised in Southern California, Kylie attended the prestigious Troy High School, a math and science technology magnet school. After high school she went on to receive a bachelor’s degree in Business Marketing from California State University, Long Beach.
Now in its 10th season, MADE IN HOLLYWOOD is a nationally syndicated, weekly TV series in 107 million homes. MADE IN HOLLYWOOD also has an exclusive partnership with MovieTickets.com where 15 million people buy their movie tickets online.
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