On June 14, 1987, Tyler Johnston was born in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada. The actor is most known for playing Cal Ragg in the science fiction space drama “Grand Star” (2007–2008).
|Full name||Tyler Johnston|
|Date of birth||June 14, 1987|
|Place of birth||British Columbia, Canada|
|Occupations||Actor, Tv personality|
|Famous for||Grand star (2007- 2008)|
Early life and education
Tyler Johnston grew up with his parents in his hometown of New Westminster during his formative years.
Tyler graduated in 2004 from Pinetree Secondary School in Coquitlam, British Columbia.
parents and family
Regarding his family or his siblings, Tyler Johnson has not made any public disclosures. Their identities and occupations are unknown.
Tyler Johnston began pursuing his ambitions as a professional actor in 2004, when he made his television debut as Blake in the episode “A Matter of Principal” of the Nickelodeon sitcom “Romeo!” he landed his first significant role as Markko in the YTV science fiction series “Zixx: Level Two.”The following year.
In the critically acclaimed Bravo! comedy-drama series “Godiva’s,” he played the supporting character of Adrian in 2006. He then made brief appearances as a student in the made-for-TV fantasy comedy movie “Totally Awesome” in 2006 and as Sam Compton in the sci-fi horror movie “Decoys 2: Alien Seduction,” a follow-up to the movie “Decoys,” in 2007. He also appeared in a few TV shows at the period, including “The L Word,” “Reunion,” and “Blood Ties.”
When Tyler Johnston joined the cast of the space science fiction series “Grand Star,” where he played Cal Ragg from 2007 to 2008, he landed his breakout role. Both Gorrall and Shane Mayfield starred in 2008 disaster thrillers for the Sci-Fi Channel, “Polar Storm” for the channel and “Slap Shot 3: The Junior League” for the sports film franchise. He rose to fame after being cast as Danny Lubbe in the comedy-drama series “Less Than Kind” on HBO Canada from 2010 to 2012.
He appeared as Tyler in the Canadian-American anthology horror-fantasy series “R. L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series,” which showed on Hub Network and Discovery Channel, both in 2011, and as Jesse in the crime thriller movie “Pressed” same time.
The next year, Tyler received roles in two factual sports series for CBC called “Wrath of Grapes: The Don Cherry Story I” and in the Netflix murder thriller “The Killing” as Alexi Giffords. In the fantasy scary film “Forever 16,” Tyler Johnston played the character of Connor. He also made a guest appearance as Tom Caron in the episode “Creeping Tom” of the CTV criminal drama series “Motive.”
Then, in 2014, he played TJ in the American made-for-TV disaster movie “Christmas Icetastrophe,” which was shown on Syfy, and Kris in the adventure drama horror movie “Feed the Gods,” opposite Shawn Roberts and Emily Tenant. In the made-for-TV crime mystery movie “The Julius House: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery,” which was broadcast on the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channel, he subsequently played Harley Dimmoch. He portrayed Edward K. Wehling Jr. in the short science fiction drama “2BR02B: To Be Or Naught To Be” that same year.
Later that year, he joined the cast of the Canadian comedy “Letterkenny,” where he was cast as Stewart through 2020. This was his next important role. Jared Keeso was the series’ creator. His performance garnered him a Leo Award for the Outstanding Performance or host in a Music, Comedy, or Variety Programmes or Series. The series was created by Jared Keeso and broadcast on Crave.
Tyler Johnston took home the Best Supporting Actor Leo Award for the second time.
Male Performance in a Television Movie for his depiction of Tommy in the 2017 drama television movie “Story of a Girl,” which was adapted from Sara Zarr’s book of the same name. He then had appearances in the drama films “The Age of Adulting” and “Rabbit” in 2018, playing the roles of Blake and Matthew, respectively.
Tyler Johnston prefers to keep all of the specifics of his private life hidden from the public. His present relationship status is unknown, as he has never been seen in public with any girls.
However, a lot of people think that he isn’t dating anyone right now and that he prefers to concentrate on his acting career.
Tyler Johnston’s net worth has been estimated to be above $5 million by the middle of 2021.