Tyler Peck is a versatile, award winning Los Angeles based screenwriter, actor, director, designer and teacher. Born in Taos, New Mexico and raised in New Paltz, New York, Tyler started out by going to Architectural school at Cornell University, where he graduated in 2006. After college, Tyler worked as a designer at a large firm in Boston and taught design as a professor at the Boston Architectural College for three years. Realizing he needed to stretch other limbs, and taking a sabbatical from his career in Architecture in 2009, Tyler began seriously pursuing acting.
Tyler received training at the Stella Adler Academy and the Upright Citizens Brigade, and quickly began booking many film roles, predominantly leading roles on small indie projects. After getting an east coast agent and joining SAG, Tyler landed roles on ABC's "Body of Proof," TBS's "Men at Work," CBS's "Marry Me," Sony's "Chosen" and 20th Century Fox's "What's Your Number?", directed by Game of Thrones's Mark Mylod. Tyler is a huge fan of the sci-fi, fantasy, psychological thriller and horror genres, and his first short script, "Electric Blue" was produced in 2015, and screened at a number of festivals including the Williamsburg Independent, Atlanta Independent, Kansas City Film Fest and Roswell Film Festival, to name a few.
Although he currently writes, acts, designs, teaches and resides in Los Angeles, Tyler prefers to work on both coasts, when possible. His architectural designs and artwork have been built and sold domestically, and his screenplays and films have been selected and won awards at countless competitions and festivals throughout the world.