Life & Career
Tyler was born Steven David Green in Brookline, Massachusetts. He lives in Los Angeles, California where he is an active participant in the city's artistic, political and philanthropical communities. He was the national spokesman for Big Brothers of America, Governor appointed board member of the California Council for the Humanities and Board of Governors of GLASS.
As an actor, Tyler has appeared in King Pin, Me, Myself & Irene, Starred as Matthew Haines in The Journey of Jared Price a coming-of-age 2000 film written, produced and directed by Academy Award winner Dustin Lance Black. Black won the Oscar award for Best Original Screenplay for Milk . Tyler also appeared in There's Something About Mary, Shallow Hal, Stuck On You. Other roles include A River Made to Drown In, Boys Life 3 and recurring Guest Star as the Minister of Fairview on Desperate Housewives and as Gino in Days of our Lives. He has numerous acting awards for his theatrical work in Los Angeles, where he has appeared in First Couple, The Cat's Meow, Rubicon, Self Help, and Carla. He has more than forty theatrical productions from New York to Los Angeles to his credit.
Early in his career he was a model and appeared as the Kool cigarette man in a worldwide media campaign. Tyler also appeared in over 200 television commercials. He had a regular hosting gig on P.M. Magazine.
As a producer Tyler credits include the stage play and television pilot C.L.A.S.S. and The Body Kick. He has produced over twenty theatrical stage productions, including Valley of the Dolls. Tyler is co-founder of Playwrights' Arena, a non-profit theater on Los Angeles dedicated to producing original plays.