Tyler Labine is a Canadian performer that has a net worth of $2 million dollars. Produced April 29, 1978 in Brampton, Ontario, Canada, he’s famous for his parts in television series Breaker High, Invasion and Reaper, along with for his part in the film Tucker & Dale vs. Evil. Early in youth his family moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, also it was there that he started his performing career in an area theatre. Labine was featured in smaller parts on several television series and films of the week before getting among the lead characters on the show Breaker High, alongside Ryan Gosling.
From that point Tyler Labine went to work in a few important feature films, including Marine Life with Cybill Shepherd, and Antitrust with Tim Robbins. He also worked opposite musician David Bowie in the movie Mr. Rice’s Secret. Labine’s reputation and fan base grown when he got the lead character of Scotty on the show Dead Last. During his down time, the Los Angeles-based celebrity plays music along with his brother and his companion in the hip hop group Figures of Speech. Labine is a gifted turntablist and MC at the same time. An avid snowboarder, Labine loves the resorts of Whistler/Blackcomb and likes to spend some time in the family cottage in Ontario.
I spend a lot of time on TV doing the same sort of thing. I found a niche in TV where people are willing to steadily employ me to do this one thing, which I put spins on and change.
I've made a career out of playing the id: the guy that says whatever pops into his head.
I thought I would be a teacher; I think my eventual goal was to be the principal of my old high school.
I'm hoping that maybe I'll start getting a reputation for being a guy who can be pretty versatile. That's the challenge and the fun of being an actor. I love getting to play and do different things.
I'm 'That Guy.' That's what most people call me, and I'm fine with that.
It's hard when you put a year of good work into something and someone at the top says no, and they pull your show's title off a bulletin board and chuck it in the trash.
I think there's this new kind of character; it's a sidekick-slash-leading man role. People like Zach Galifianakis and Seth Rogen have been really successful in those roles. You don't have to be this square-jawed, chiseled, deep-voiced Superman; you can be funny and normal and put in the leading man category.