Adam Irigoyen as Kyle Snow on ‘The Fosters’

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Instagram Adam Irigoyen plays Kyle on 'The Fosters'

Adam Irogoyen, a Cuban-American actor, singer, rapper, and dancer, will return tonight as Kyle Snow on The Fosters.

Irigoyen, 20, is perhaps best known for co-starring as Deuce Martinez, friend to CeCe Jones and Rocky Blue, on Disney Channel’s Shake It Up. He also portrayed Ray Diaz on the TV show The Last Ship.

Irigoyen began acting when he was just 11. He landed his first big gig as a guest-starring role on Wizards of Waverly Place. He also guest-starred in Charlie Shakes It Up, the crossover event of Good Luck Charlie and Shake It Up.

In 2012, Irigoyen received an ALMA Award for “Favorite TV Actor – Supporting Role in a Comedy” for his work in Shake It Up. He is active on social media, with 612k Twitter followers and 14k Instagram followers.

In “Forty”, the fifth episode of Season 4 of the show, Callie is convinced her former foster brother, Kyle (played by Irigoyen) has been wrongly convicted of murder. She and Aaron try and track down a witness who could help set him free. That, in true Callie style, involves breaking into the person she knows to be the real murderer, and stealing his toothbrush.

Check out the clip of Callie visiting Kyle in prison below.


The Fosters | Season 4, Episode 19: Callie Visits Kyle | FreeformDon’t miss all new episodes of The Fosters Tuesdays at 8/7c on Freeform! Watch Full Episodes of The Fosters on Freeform: freeform.go.com/shows/the-fosters SUBSCRIBE: youtube.com/freeformnetwork?sub_confirmation=1 About The Fosters: “The Fosters” is a compelling, one-hour drama about a multi-ethnic family mix of adopted and biological teenaged kids being raised by two moms. Stef Adams Foster, a dedicated…2017-04-05T04:06:13.000Z

There’s no saying what role Kyle will play in tonight’s episode. The main storyline this evening will revolve around a protest group that forms to oppose an activist. Callie wants to join the protestors, but Aaron doesn’t think that’s a good idea. In true The Fosters fashion, the episode will raise the issue of free speech.



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