Tyler Hollinger is an up and coming actor both off-broadway and in the indie film world.

In the past few years, Hollinger has proven himself to be one of the most vital presences on the New York stage" - off off online
Best known for his work on four seasons of the hit ABC hidden camera show "What Would You Do?" hosted by John Quinones, he routinely appears off-Broadway and regionally in some of America's best theatres.

TV: What Would You Do?, How to Make it in America, Dateline NBC, All My Children, Colors (directed by Joel Schumacher)

FILM: Excuse Me For Living, King Lear Documentary with Paul Sorvino, Fishers of Men, Witches of OZ (with Christopher Lloyd), Slavery By Another Name (Spike Lee PBS), Miracles of the Misfitted, The Devoured, Girls Named Pinky, Jezebel, Beds Made & Sweaters On and many more.

Tyler's films have become Official Selections and award winners at such film festivals as SXSW, PALM BEACH, TORONTO, MONACO, DERBY CITY and many more. Tyler is the recipient of 2 IRNE awards, 1 mustache award for BEST ACTOR, and is a member of "Ensemble Studio Theater." He currently resides in NYC.