• Today
    March 18

  • 10:34 AM

Kyle’s a funny guy

TRE GREAVES, tregreaves@nationnews.com

Added 09 March 2018


19-year-old comedian Kyle kyKycc Cozier may be the youngest cast member of Laff-it-Off Size Round, but he has big Hollywood dreams. (Pictures by Tre Greaves)


Comedian Kyle Cozier has given the term fun-sized a whole new meaning.  He is no class clown, but admittedly playing mind games comes easy to him, just as putting smiles on faces. At 19 years old and almost 6 feet 4 inches tall, he is the youngest member of the 2018 production of Laff-it-Off.

He goes by the stage-sounding name kick ice which is cleverly and explicitly spelt kyKycc. And if you find yourself tongue-tied, it’s Ice for short.

Despite his having no recollection, he said his parents Vaughn Cozier and Colvin Cozier have vivid memories of him jumping around on chairs, “slinging webs” after he had seen Spiderman as a child. This, he said, ignited his interest in the arts.

He described himself as the most understanding human being you will ever meet and he is an avid gamer.

His career in entertainment began after his English literature teacher at the St Michael School, Gloria Haynes, noticed how expressive and well spoken he was.

She then introduced him to Carl Alff Padmore who also saw the youngster’s potential; he was instrumental in Kyle’s opportunity to become the master of ceremonies for the Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch.

“I believe I was always quiet, but if anybody needed a good laugh. I wouldn’t do it in the class, I would wait until lunch or break, he told WEEKEND BUZZ.

He first completed the theatre arts programme at Barbados Community College (BCC) and is second Associate degree –  three-year psychology pursuits.

In the meantime he continues to juggle entertainment gigs and planning for a soon-to-be YouTube gaming channel. (TG)

Read the full story in today’s WEEKEND NATION in the BUZZ Entertainment package of the newspaper or read the e-paper online.


Dos and Donts

Welcome to our discussion forum here on nationnews.com. We encourage lively debate, but we also urge you to take note of the following:

  • Stay on topic – This helps keep the thread focused on the discussion at hand. If you would like to discuss another topic, look for a relevant article.
  • Be respectful – Meeting differences of opinion with civil discussion encourages multiple perspectives and a positive commenting environment.
  • Do not type in capitals – In addition to being considered “shouting” it is also difficult to read.
  • All comments will be moderated – Given the volume of comments each day, this may take some time. So please be patient.
  • We reserve the right to remove comments – Comments that we find to be abusive, spam, libellous, hateful, off-topic or harassing may be removed.
  • Reproduction of comments – Some of your comments may be reproduced on the website or in our daily newspapers. We will use the handle, not your email address.
  • Do not advertise – Please contact our Advertising Department.
  • Contact our Online Editor if you have questions or concerns.
  • Read our full Commenting Policy and Terms of Use.
comments powered by Disqus


Should the Barbados Secondary Schools' Entrance Examination (11+) be abolished?