Hi I'm KC Clyde
My name Is KC and I am an Actor. I live California. I have been in over 20 films. I was in a very popular Mormon movie call "The Best Two Years" I love Motorcycles and own a Harley Davidson that I ride almost everyday. I love old Cars, movies, and being an actor. I am not married. I went to school for Acting and then I did a trade program as an EMT. I am a normal person who get's extraordinary opportunities because of what I do for a living. I have been very blessed to do what I love as a career. I come from a large family. I have 1 full brother 2 half brothers a half sister and 2 bothers that are not biologically related. We all grew up together and are one big family. I did not know our family dynamic as a bit different growing up. I just thought this must be how most people are. both my parents were married prior to meeting one another. But the love that was and is in our home is because of the Gospel and what it teaches. I believe it brought us together and made us whole.
Why I am a Mormon
I am a Mormon because I don't know how not to be. I believe in the Gospel with all my heart. I was born into the Church. But my father was inactive most of my life growing up. My Mother was the person that took me and my siblings to church. My father was raised in the church and served a mission. He always believed in the church and its teachings but he had his struggles. As we all do. No one is perfect. My father now and for the last 15 years is a very active and strong member of the church. Something what was very powerful for me to watch is the change in my fathers life, one with not having the Gospel of Jesus Christ and then then change now in him with the Gospel. That for me has been a huge testimony builder. I know I want this in my life I know that I believe it and I know and have seen first hand the wonderful and amazing things this Gospel provides. My family is what it is to this day because of the teachings for the church. There is nothing I want more then to raise my future children in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and his teachings. I Served a mission to Guatemala and learned some amazing things while I was there and was able to see many lives changed because of the message of the church, but the biggest life that was changed was my own. My mission was cut short due to a car accident. I had to come home and have 2 reconstructive knee surgeries. It was a challenging time in my life but looking back one of the most rewarding. I would not change it for the world. I know this Church is true I have had a special witness of that and I will never be able to deny the feeling I have. I wish more then anything if you read this you will know the convection of my testimony and how special it is to me.
How I live my faith
I have the opportunity to work with the men of my church as an advisor. I help with our home teaching, I plan the lessons every week. I believe my calling is to help the men or our ward/church grow closer to our heavenly father. To be better fathers, husbands, and men them selves. I taught our youth for 5 years prior to this calling. I was a sunday school teacher for the ages of 15 through 18 years old. I grew to love those kids and that class so much. It was really hard when they asked me to do another job inside our ward/ church. But I know that the lord needed me in another position and so here I am. And I must say I have grown so attached to the men that I help in our ward/church I can't imagine having another calling. But All things will change and soon it will be someone else's turn to lead the men and I will be need somewhere else. I have always been a teacher in some capacity in my ward/church. I think its because our Heavenly father knows that is the best way for me to learn is to be the one having to prepare a lesson and to serve other people. My calling in the church has always been something I feel that has ultimately brought me closer to my fellow man and to my heavenly father. I believe that by doing what the lord has asked in our callings in the church we will be blessed and there is something that each and everyone of us is to gain specifically through our callings.