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Kyle Dilman
Copy King manager.jpg
Portrayed by Brian Kimmet
First appearance Four Months Later...
In-story stats
Known ability None
Home San Jose, CA,
Costa Verde, CA (formerly)
Occupations Former manager of Copy Kingdom,
Former corporate official at Copy Kingdom Headquarters
Significant other formerly Lauren Shapiro

Kyle Dilman was Noah's manager at Copy Kingdom. He has since been promoted to a corporate position at Copy Kingdom Headquarters.

Character History

Four Months Later...

When Noah arrives late for work, the manager decides to give him a hard time about it. He eventually gets Noah to call him "sir". Later, when Noah is five minutes late from returning from his break, the manager yells at him again even though the shop is virtually empty. Noah grabs his finger, flips him onto his back, and threatens him. The manager agrees to let Noah work how he wants, when he wants.

Webisode:Nowhere Man, Part 1

At Copy Kingdom Headquarters, Kyle arrives at Jason Tyminski's workstation, and chastises him for getting some batches of paper mixed up. He mentions that he used to work at Copy Kingdom, Costa Verde. Kyle then walks away.

Later, when Jason and Lauren are chatting, Kyle walks in and tells Lauren to stop talking to Jason, mentioning that the person with whom she is sleeping is Kyle. Kyle then starts putting papers into a shredder while insulting Jason.

Webisode:Nowhere Man, Part 2

At work, Doyle approaches Kyle Dilman, his boss. He makes a final attempt to appear professional and expresses his hope that Kyle will write a statement of character for his case. Kyle, however, infers that he may help him out, but Doyle must now complete a long list of errands by the end of the day.

At night, Doyle has finally completed the list of tasks. He enters Kyle's office to show he completed the list and interrupts an argument between his boss and Lauren Shapiro. When his boss tells Doyle to get out (saying that it's "not a good time"), Lauren tells Kyle to stay calm. However, Kyle lashes out at Lauren and tells her to shut up. Doyle's power consumes him and he makes Kyle hit himself in the head with the golf club. Kyle slumps onto the floor, and Lauren watches in shock.

Webisode:Nowhere Man, Part 3

Kyle, with a bandage on his face, arrives from the operating room and asks what is this. Lauren tried to explain, but Kyle tells her to shut up, saying he spend the night at the hospital due to some injury and wakes up to find his girlfriend holdings hands with Eric. He takes Lauren by the arm, dragging her out of the hospital. Eric tried to stop him, saying that Kyle doesn't deserve her. But Kyle dares him to say something to him. He also adds that Eric should give up and that he's worthless. Eric asks him about his letter and Kyle replies that he should forget it and that’s he’s fired. Kyle and Lauren got out of the hospital. Eric is pretty upset.

Outside the hospital, Kyle says to Lauren that if she dates trashes, she'll become trash. Having enough, Lauren tells Kyle this is over between them. But Kyle says that only him can say when it is over while brutalizing her. Eric uses his powers to stop Kyle brutalizing Lauren, making his arms look up. Lauren took her chance to escape. Kyle tried to call Lauren's name, but to no avail. Eric goes to Kyle, make Kyle shut up and says that they need to talk.

Webisode:Nowhere Man, Part 4

"Jason" comes knocking on Lauren's door, holding a coffee mug. She tells him of a video message Kyle has sent her, and shares her fears of it being threats or other unpleasant slurs from Kyle. Jason suggests to her that Kyle might try to apologize. Lauren agrees, and watches the video, only to see a remorseful Kyle asking for forgiveness for his actions, and reveals to her that he quit his job. Lauren then asks Jason about his coffee mug, and he explains that he did not get the statement of character from Kyle. Lauren says she herself has friends in the office that asked for the statement, and declares they both have reasons to celebrate.

As he turns off the camera and files the tape in his closet, he summons out Kyle, who he has kept in his closet. Eric instructs him to get out of his house, go on a bus and leave town. He threatens that if Kyle ever mistreats a woman, he will find him, and reminds him that his name is Jason. As Kyle walks out, Eric shuts the door using his power, turns around and smiles.

See Also

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Claire BennetNoah BennetElle BishopMonica DawsonMaya HerreraAndo MasahashiAdam MonroeHiro NakamuraMatt ParkmanNathan PetrelliPeter PetrelliMicah SandersNiki SandersMohinder SureshSylar


Lyle BennetSandra BennetBob BishopCaitlinDamon DawsonNana DawsonDetective FullerThe HaitianAlejandro HerreraDebbie MarshallMr. MugglesKaito NakamuraAngela PetrelliRickyWest RosenTukoMolly WalkerWhitebeardWillYaekoMr. Zern

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