He rose to fame playing "hot doctor" Nate on Home And Away, before he departed the show in 2017.
And now, Kyle Pryor's surprising new side hustle has been revealed!
On Thursday evening, Kyle's former Home And Away co-star Georgie Parker took to Instagram to rave about Kyle's new business - eco soy wax candles.
"Kyle, or Kip as we sometimes call him, has created a beautiful business of Eco Soy Wax candles," Georgie, who plays Roo on the long-running soapie, explained.
"They are a great easy gift for Christmas, beautifully packaged and shipped from England 🙏🏼. I got Embers and Pine Cone, heavenly 😀Check out his page and enjoy this flashback shot of Jake, Kip and myself while you're at it 👋🏼 @kipcandleco," the actress explained.
Kyle's former co-star Emily Symons was quick to throw her support behind his new venture, too.
"Oh lovely, can't wait to try one of Dr Nate's candles. love this flashback darling," she wrote.
According to the Kip Candle Co, Kyle has launched the business alongside his girlfriend and Hollyoaks co-star Anna Passey.
"Hi, we are Kyle & Anna. Kip Candle Co. was born out of our passion for travel. Everywhere we went we would collect beautiful smelling candles and incense to bring back to relive our adventures in our home. It's amazing how quickly a scent can take you back to a moment or place," the couple explained on their website.
"We work with sustainable eco soy wax, using a hand poured, small batch approach. Every candle is hand made lovingly by us in our studio, making each one individual and of the highest quality."
Since leaving Home And Away, the 36-year-old British-born star went on to land a role as Laurie on British soap Hollyoaks for a year before he was killed off in August 2019.
Fans are still mourning the departure of his Home And Away character Nate Cooper. The hot doc was last seen riding off into the sunset on his beloved motorbike back in 2017.
Nate left Summer Bay, and his love Tori (Penny McNamee), for his dream job at CareFlight.
"I was a bumbling mess," he said of his last day on set. "But it was the right time to go."