Kyle Sampson (GL)

Kyle Sampson (GL)

Infobox soap character
series = Guiding Light
name= Kyle Sampson
first = December 31 1984


last = January 23 1987
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alias =
portrayer = Larkin Malloy
creator = Pam Long
residence = A medical clinic in Switzerland
gender = Male
occupation = Owner & President of Sampson Industries
parents = Cardinal John Malone (father, deceased)
Sally Gleason (mother, deceased)
siblings = Harlan Billy "Billy" Lewis, II (half-brother)
spouse= Maeve Stoddard (1986)
romances = Roxanne "Roxie" Shayne (lovers)
Melinda Sue "Mindy" Lewis (dated)
Reva Shayne (lovers/engaged)
children = Benjamin Reade (with Maeve Stoddard, given up for adoption)
grandchildren =
grandparents =
aunts/uncles =
cousins =
relatives = Dylan Shayne Lewis (half-nephew)
Melinda Sue "Mindy" Lewis (half-niece)
Harlan Billy "Bill" Lewis, III (half-nephew)
Susan "Daisy" Lemay (grandniece)
color = #F0E68C

Kyle Sampson was a fictional character on the CBS daytime soap opera "Guiding Light". He was played by Larkin Malloy from 1984 to 1987. Kyle was the result of an affair between Cardinal John Malone and Sally Gleason. He was the President of Sampson Industries which caused him to become an enemy to both Alan Spaulding and Billy Lewis. It was once believed that Kyle was the son of Lewis Oil founder, H.B. Lewis. Kyle was in love with and engaged to Billy and H.B.'s ex-wife Reva Shayne. Kyle Sampson was once believed to be the biological father of Reva's daughter Marah. But he was the biological father of Ben Reade with his ex-wife Maeve. In 1987 after having left Springfield Kyle had become engaged to Janet Mason-Norris (Ken Norris's ex-wife) who had become pregnant then miscarried. Later in that same year Kyle and Janet were involved in a plane crash that killed Janet and his father John Malone and left Kyle comatose.


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