‘Last Man Standing’ Wishes Actor Christoph Sanders Happy Birthday

by Jon D. B.
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“Hands up if it’s your birthday!” Actor Christoph Sanders‘ hand is absolutely up, as April 21 is the “Last Man Standing” star’s birthday! Join the show in wishing their Kyle Anderson a very happy day o’ birth!

Oh, Kyle. No one can rock that hair and goatee combo quite like you. The actor behind it all, Christoph Sanders, is a true “Last Man Standing” staple. He’s been with the show since the 2011 pilot and has appeared in nearly every episode since. IMDb credits Sanders with a whopping total of 179 “Last Man” episodes. And as fans are finding out in 2021, Kyle Anderson is with the family until the end!

As such, “Last Man Standing” is wishing their star a very happy birthday with their Wednesday tweet. Sharing a photo of the actor in character as Kyle from the final season’s “Jen Again” episode, the show tweets:

“Hands up if it’s your birthday! Happy birthday Christoph Sanders! #LastManStanding

Any other April 21 birthdays out there? If so, a very happy birthday to you, too!

‘Last Man Standing’s Christoph Sanders Turns 33 Today

April 21, 2021 marks the 33rd birthday of Sanders. He was born in Hendersonville, North Carolina in 1988.

According to IMDb, the Kyle Anderson actor grew up in western NC. He moved to Los Angeles in 2007 to begin his film career. Before making it big as part of the “Last Man Standing” pilot, Christoph Sanders was known for his work on the “Ghost Whisperer” television series as Ned Banks. His work began on “Whisperer” midway through Season 3, and he stuck with the production until its end in 2010 for a total of 49 episodes.

The following year, Sanders would land the part of Kyle Anderson in the “Las Man Standing” pilot (2011). He’s been with the show ever since, and fans have come to cherish his lovable, naive character. And as much as fans love Sanders on “Last Man,” he loves the work even more.

“If you’re able to do what you love and you’re able to go to work with people you actually want to work with, you’re incredibly lucky and blessed,” he told the Sioux City Journal upon the show’s renewal at FOX in 2018.

At the time, Sanders had nothing but glowing praise for his “Last Man Standing” leader and father-in-law, Tim Allen, too.

“He’s very generous with the laughs,” Sanders continued. “If someone else gets them, [Allen] believes it benefits every one of us that every character be dynamic and funny.”

Fans are currently saying their goodbyes to “Last Man Standing” as Allen, Sanders, and the full cast work through their final season. Where Christoph Sanders will be by his next birthday – we’ll just have to wait and see.


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