Working Actor Now Homeless in Los Angeles
Working Actor Now Homeless in Los Angeles

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"What hurts the most is the friends and family that used to be there, that when you get into this situation, everybody just chucks it up to drug abuse or bad choices...that's not always the case. Sometimes it's just the choice is made for you and you don't have any choice." ~ Dennis "Through an avalanche of unfortunate events" is how Dennis ended up homeless in Los Angeles. Dennis is a working actor. He moved to New York City into an apartment he couldn't afford. After three years his partner split and wiped him out financially. Dennis had to start over. Dennis's elderly mother is in an assisted living home. He tried to live at the facility but that did not work out. He ended up living in a broken-down car for over a year. Dennis says homelessness used to be that person you didn't know. Now, homelessness is your sons or your daughters, your sisters or your fathers. ________________________________________________ Subscribe here: Invisible People’s website: Support Invisible People: On Patreon: Invisible People’s Social Media: Mark Horvath’s Twitter: About Invisible People: Since its launch in November 2008, Invisible People has leveraged the power of video and the massive reach of social media to share the compelling, gritty, and unfiltered stories of homeless people from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. The vlog (video blog) gets up close and personal with veterans, mothers, children, layoff victims and others who have been forced onto the streets by a variety of circumstances. Each week, they’re on, and high traffic sites such as YouTube, Twitter and Facebook, proving to a global audience that while they may often be ignored, they are far from invisible. Invisible People goes beyond the rhetoric, statistics, political debates, and limitations of social services to examine poverty in America via a medium that audiences of all ages can understand, and can’t ignore. The vlog puts into context one of our nation’s most troubling and prevalent issues through personal stories captured by the lens of Mark Horvath – its founder – and brings into focus the pain, hardship and hopelessness that millions face each day. One story at a time, videos posted on shatter the stereotypes of America’s homeless, force shifts in perception and deliver a call to action that is being answered by national brands, nonprofit organizations and everyday citizens now committed to opening their eyes and their hearts to those too often forgotten. Invisible People is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to changing the way we think about people experiencing homelessness.


Dave Chappelle : When you're down on your luck, you'll find out who your true friends are.

uttaradit2 : If this guy is on the streets it could happen to anyone.

Lissandra Revuelta : Can we get in update on this guy.

culturalcrowns : "bad relationship that wiped me out financially" is a very long way to say divorce.

Hanapi Hamdan : Money is relative. When you have money, you will have a lot of relatives

Asura Pain : They are not invisible, we are blind.

zyxwut321 : Notice how none of his three wishes were about himself directly but others as well. :)

Michael Wightman : Dennis, I am sorry for the bad luck.. Come to Honeoye NY, I can put you up and working.. "God bless"

NomanTHE Snowman : They are not invisible, we are just blind.

Rick James : Bro, you couldn’t give the man a ride after he missed his bus?

Walking Trails 777 : "Everyone deserves a 2nd chance, sometimes a 3rd or 4th etc.. " so true. Thank you God for forgiveness!

Host Mo Berry : "Go catch your bus. " Sir u could have given him a ride or $20 for his time 🤔😢

Vagabonder : He missed his bus but he was probably just glad someone was talking to him. I'm homeless in Dublin and I've kicked my crack addiction while sleeping outside and I use the samaritans gym and read in the library for hours. I live in hope things will get better. Hope is all I've got left

Jessica Moore : Dennis Kyle I've seen you in Back Stage West! This video is so true! People steal anything from you & put you in deprivation...It's true they blame it on drugs & bad choices & it's NOT always the case! Bless you Dennis Kyle!

The House that Jack Built : Do you know how to get in touch with this man? I have a job i can offer him working with IATSE local 5 out of LA working with stagehands and show sets if he has a trade. I can even get him a ride to work to wherever he needs to go. We also have people working out of state here in LA who rent big houses for many workers while here and I can possibly find him a home there for temp. until he gets him own place. If you want to get in touch PM me here on youtube.

Susan : This makes me sad to see someone with a beautiful heart living this way. We need more love and compassion in this world. No one should sleep on the street. Sending love and prayers to this man.

Lauren xoxo : Statistically, most people are 2 paychecks away from being homeless. I pray he get’s his second chance. 🙏🏻

david aware : Unless you’re illegal or rich get out of California.

Serene Greene : I recognize him! My God, Hollywood is a cruel place and people are so money hungry. Hope it works out for him.

Targheezin : "What hurts the most is the friends and family that used to be there, that when you get into this situation, everybody just chucks it up to drug abuse or bad choices...that's not always the case. Sometimes it's just the choice is made for you and you don't have any choice." This hit me right in the feels

Sheila Outside & Travel !! : I absolutely believe this man is telling the truth. There are times in your life if you are not prepared, that the worst possible thing can happen at the worst possible time.... And there you are

Merkius L : U can see how lovely and kind he is from his answer to the "3 wishes" question. Most other homeless people interviewed answer wishes mostly for themselves, like having a home and having money, which by all means normal and understandable. But this man's wishes are for the wellbeing of the whole world. I am deeply touched by his selflessness and positivity. Even i would've wished for things for myself.

Theresa Dalrymple : I am so sorry. I ask the Lord Jesus to open doors of opportunity for you and grant you favour. I ask that He supply all your needs according to His riches in Glory spiritually and physical. God bless you.

mrcumbria : I know this man, he is someone i have worked with. He is a beautiful human being. One the world should be very proud of. He is an amazing singer and actor but more importantly a friend. I am gutted i live on the other side of the world and only have enough money to get by on week to week myself. door is always open to you and i can get you weekly work over here. All my love X

Asbed Sarian : I am in the Los Angeles area , anybody know how I can get in contact with him or where he stays at. I need to find him and help him get on his feet

Michael Walsh : Instead of constant questions. JUST HELP THE GUY!!!!! Where has humanity gone?

Erik MOB-ALOT : They arent invisible, we are just blind.

J.F. D. : This breaks my heart. Especially the part where he was slightly starting to get a leg up working for Lyft when they bastard stole his rental car. May they burn in hell whoever they are! Life always knocks us down just when we think we’re back on our feet it’s a cruel bastard! I pray this guy gets discovered as an actor like Geoffrey Owens in Trader Joe’s and gets a movie role or two and can get back on his feet again. God bless him. He sounds like a nice guy.

RenegadeTimes : I have a homeless friend living with me since November 2017. I saw him on the street emaciated and dirty. He was sleeping in a garage. I have a sun room back of my house so with a twin bed, a new shaver, food and a place to shower he is surviving and thriving now. He has a small job at a good restraunt here. It's not easy as my personal space has changed but I could not in good conscious left him where he was. Human beings were meant to demonstrate love and compassion, to love. Put your money where your mouths are folks. Stop talking a good game and live a good game. Help someone up. Sorry Dennis damn hard I know.

Angelo berlecio : 90 percent of homeless young people out here in L.A are people that came out here in L.A and thought they'll be actors and models. don't get brainwashed by television. there's very little room for stardom. most of you will end up on the streets not having your own sitcom. get an education and find a real job and face the reality.

Jessica Moore : I would love to see a follow up video on Dennis Kyle! Can anyone look him up & see how he's doing? Such an honest beautiful human being!

all4one together4all : Really feel sorry for this dude i hope he gets back on his feet , never live beyond your means .

damon waring : I have been in his situation more than once before. The uncertainty, the depression, and lack of access to basic human needs is stifling. It can bring a person to the edge. I lost my faith in God during those trials only to realize that I was covered and protected the entire time. You are too, my friend. It will get better.

dachicagoan : It's sad that everyone in his life turned their backs to him. Meanwhile, the only person that can help (his mom) is in no position to help.

Tim Kitchen : This series in incredible. Homelessness can happen to anyone.

Paul Guy Casper Manzanares : Everyone need a home we should make it the law

Hutch black : This man could live comfortably working at McDonald’s in Kansas but hey 🤷🏾‍♂️

staci kent : He really said go catch your bus at the end🤦🏾‍♀️

muslim faith : You speak the truth my friend, never lose hope.

Dark Horse : This is an ad for MGTOW and conservatism. Make sure you're very cautious in your decision-making or you'll regret it for the rest of your life.

Arian Goleh : My heart goes out to this guy. I hope that one day very soon he can get back on his normal life again. Life is very hard and cruel sometimes 😔🙏🙏

mineragua : los angeles is a disgrace, man

#1 ON TRENDING : We are all one life event away from homelessness

vonheimlerstrudel : At the end I was saying "say world peace". When he finally said it, my heart melted. If I hit this Powerball lottery, I'm gonna help him or if I cant find him, people that are in similar situations. God please help this guy get on a different track, a track of good and blessed experiences. Thank you God.

Tomy Jenkins : 3 wishes he said,did you notice he didn’t wish anything for himself,God bless you my Friend ❤️

Aaron D : We need to help. I am going to start seeing and doing what I can to help others. This can not be the future.

John Park : He is one true kind human being~!! I am really touched by his honesty and explain how the world is an awful place for men sometimes...:(( God bless you and hopefully he can overcome through difficulties he has been facing up until now~^^

Will Vandermeer : No one deserves this . I just became homeless about 2 weeks ago from a divorce at the age of 24, and I'm living in my car. Im not able to see my son, I was cheated on multiple times and came back to be there for him. At the end of the day she did what she wanted and screwed me over. No I don't do drugs etc. This is the worst. Praying for ever out there. I'm to embarrassed to ask for help

Tonyagets Real : Wow I remember him. What can happen in this life. Scary real.