Actor – the riveting Tyler Cook surprises audiences with his magnetism & fierce performance presence. Tyler bestows a creative, edgy & dynamic quality to his characters. He is as soft-spoken leader with a burning intensity for originality. Whether immersing in a role or modeling the latest fashion trends, Tyler is known for shattering archetypes. This winter he is starring in award-winning filmmaker Charles Bailey’s feature film, “The Down Effect” as a man with terminal cancer.
In 2009, Tyler studied acting at Kent State University and later at The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. Since then, he is growing professionally in the industry. In addition to acting Tyler helped produce the documentary, “The Microlending Film Project” shot worldwide, focusing on global microfinance in impoverished nations. He is presently writing his own screenplay – and his own rules. This original feature-length screenplay is called, “Ball.”
The demand for Tyler – from industry players – continues to soar. Upon receiving valuable experience working as background in movies: “Promised Land” & “Underdogs,” Tyler decided whole-heartedly to make a career out of acting. Subsequent to playing a Doctor in the inspirational Rock n’ Roll film, “Hall of Fame” he is only moving forward. Furthermore, he is in commercials for Be The People & Serpentini Chevrolet. And Tyler plays lead role Sgt. David Hack; purple heart winner in Erica Lane’s music video, “The Ballad of Sergeant Hack.”