- Full Name Kyle Baugher
- Occupation Financier
- Nationality American
- Birthplace New York, USA
- Birth Date Jul 18, 1977
- Age 44 Years, 2 Months
Kyle Baugher | BiographyBaugher's wife Kelly Reilly played Beth Dutton in the Paramount Network’s drama series 'Yellowstone'
Kyle Baugher met actress Kelly Reilly in 2010 in Marfa, Texas. They eventually started dating, got engaged, and finally exchanged wedding vows in 2012 in Somerset, England. Baugher is incredibly low-key about his personal life as he barely has a presence on any social media platform.
Kyle Baugher is a financier and husband of British actress Kelly Reilly.
Who is Kyle Baugher?
Kyle Baugher is a financier. He is better known as the life partner of Kelly Reilly, an English actress famous for her role as Beth Dutton in Paramount Network’s drama series Yellowstone (2018 to present).
Early Bio, Education, and Career
Kyle Baugher was born on 18 July 1977 in Southampton, New York. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in History from Princeton University in 2002. He then pursued his career as a financier.
Marriage with Kelly Reilly
Baugher met actress Kelly Reilly in 2010 in Marfa, Texas. They eventually started dating, got engaged, and finally exchanged wedding vows in 2012 in Somerset, England.
Baugher is incredibly low-key about his personal life as he barely has a presence on any social media platform. His wife, Reilly, also prefers to keep her married life out of the spotlight. However, Reilly occasionally posts photos of Baugher on her Instagram account.
The couple did not have any children. The couple has a dog whom Kelly describes as her “hairy baby.” She also posts pictures of her dog on her Instagram.
Where do they live now?
Baugher and Reilly currently reside in New York City.
Former Relationship of Kelly Reilly
Before starting her relationship with Baugher, Reilly was engaged to an Israeli actor Johan Lotan from 2007 to 2009.
Wife Kelly Reilly
Jessica Kelly Siobhán Reilly, a.k.a. Kelly Reilly, was born on 18 July 1977 in Chessington, Surrey, England, to a police officer father and hotel receptionist mother. Her grandparents were Irish. She attended Tolworth Girls’ School in Kingston, where she studied Drama for the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE).
In her teenage, she wrote a letter to the producers of the British police procedural television drama series Prime Suspect to ask for work. Six months later, she was granted an audition and earned a role in one episode of Prime Suspect 4: Inner Circle, which aired on 7 May 1995 on ITV.
After her first professional role, Kelly started appearing on the British stage. She has performed in the productions of Elton John’s Glasses in 1997 and The London Cuckolds in 1998. Kelly also appeared in plays The Graduate in 2000 and Piano/Forte in 2006, alongside dramatist Terry Johnson. After a long interval, she returned to the stage in the mid-2010s. She made her Broadway debut in 2015 in Harold Pinter’s play Old Times at the American Airlines Theatre.
Reilly appeared in multiple television movies, series, and mini-series in the 1990s, before landing a significant role as Young Amy in Fred Schepisi’s 2001 drama film Last Orders based on Graham Swift’s 1996 novel of the same name. The following year, she played the role of an English Erasmus student, Wendy, in the romantic comedy-drama film The Spanish Apartment, alongside Audrey Tautou and Romain Duris. She reprised the role of Wendy in the 2005 sequel The Russian Dolls and the 2013 follow-up Chinese Puzzle.
In 2005, she also had notable roles such as Caroline Bingley in the romantic drama film Pride & Prejudice and Maureen in the musical comedy-drama film Mrs. Henderson Presents.
In 2008, Reilly earned her first lead role in the horror-thriller film Eden Lake, appearing in the role of a nursery teacher named Jenny.
She then appeared in three major films such as Me and Orson Welles (2008) as Muriel Brassler, Triage (2009) as Diane, and Sherlock Holmes (2009) as Mary Morstan. She reprised the role of Mary Morstan in the 2011 sequel Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows.
From 2009 to 2012, she starred in a high-profile role as DI Anna Travis / DC Anna Travis in the British crime drama series Above Suspicion, based on Lynda La Plante’s series of Anna Travis novels.
In 2014, she starred as Dr. Catherine Black in the short-lived ABC drama Black Box. She then appeared as Jordan Semyon in the second season of the HBO mystery crime drama series True Detective in 2015. From 2017 to 2018, she appeared in a recurring role of Kerra in the historical drama series Britannia.
In 2018, she landed a breakout role of Beth Dutton in the Paramount Network’s drama series Yellowstone. The series completed its third season on 23 August 2020, and its fourth season is scheduled to premiere on 7 November 2021.