Tyrone, a native born kiwi, ventured to Australia in 2014 to continue his work in the Hotel Management sector. Though 2 years later he found himself living out one of his childhood dreams and performing as a professional wrestler in Adelaide. This spurred a love and passion for story telling and thus transitioning into the film and television world.
Tyrone’s first on set experience was in the Netflix series Pinegap as a featured basketball player, filmed in Alice Springs, Northern Territory.
He then moved to Melbourne to enter a larger market and pool of opportunity.
From here Tyrone has trained under actor Paul O’brien, former Home and Away staple, Greg Aps, one of Australia’s most renown casting directors and attended TAFTA studios in Melbourne as well as workshops at Sydney’s TAFTA studios with Thea Mcleod.
Tyrone then sought after more training and has been working with Los Angeles coach Anthony Gilardi throughout all of 2020.
Tyrone has a commanding screen presence and demands the attention of viewers with his powerful prowess and matching physical stature.
Though Tyrone isn’t your typical one dimensional bad ass action star, he brings forth a side of empathy and vulnerability to his roles that create compelling characters and story telling.