Tyler Hoechlin Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Tyler Hoechlin Net Worth $800 Thousand Dollars
Tyler Hoechlin net worth: Tyler Hoechlin is an American actor who has a net worth of $800 thousand dollars. Tyler Hoechlin was born in Corona, California, and began playing when he was in elementary school. He went to appear in such projects as “Family Tree”, “Train Quest”, “Road to Perdition”, for which he won multiple playing honors — including the Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor, “Grizzly Rage”, “CSI: Miami”, “Solstice”, “My Boys”, “Castle”, “Open Gate”, “Hall Pass”, and “Melvin Smarty”. He’s most widely recognized for his co starring role as Martin Brewer on the hit show, “7th Heaven”, as well as for his performance as Derek Hale on the hit MTV show, “Teen Wolf”. An accomplished athlete who began playing baseball when he was seven, Tyler Hoechlin also went to play college baseball for Arizona State University along with the Battle Creek Bombers of the Northwoods League. He also played for the University of California — Irvine.
September 11, 1987
Corona, California, United States
Actor, Baseball player
University of California, Irvine
Lori Hoechlin, Don Hoechlin
Tanner Hoechlin, Carrie Hoechlin, Travis Hoechlin
Saturn Award, Young Hollywood Award for Best Ensemble Cast, Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Male Scene Stealer
Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actor - Drama/Action Adventure, Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Breakout Star Male, Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Young Performer
Stratton: First into Action, Undrafted, Everybody Wants Some!!, Melvin Smarty, Open Gate, Hall Pass, Solstice, Grizzly Rage, The Rapture of the Athlete Assumed into Heaven, Road to Perdition, Train Quest, Family Tree
He has transferred to UCI and will be on the baseball team as a red-shirt freshman. [October 2007]
Currently playing as an infielder on the baseball team the Battle Creek Bombers out of Battle Creek, Michigan. [July 2007]
Playing baseball for a Collegiate Summer team, The Maxim Yankees, in Santa Clara, California. [June 2008]
Is currently on 7th Heaven playing the character of Martin. [January 2004]
Son of Don and Lori Hoechlin.
His father is of one quarter Swiss-German and three quarters German descent. His mother has English, German, Norwegian, Scottish, and Irish ancestry. Tyler's patrilineal line can be traced back to his great-great-grandfather, Conrad C. Hoechlin, who was born, c. 1839, in Switzerland.
He was offered the role as Emmett Cullen in the "Twilight" saga, but turned it down to play college baseball.
Hit into the last out ever at LSU's Alex Box Stadium during the 2008 NCAA Baseball Super-Regional as a member of the UCI Anteaters.
Recently received a college scholarship to play baseball at Arizona State University (2005)
Tyler has big plans to play professional baseball in a few years.
Owns a red Hummer H2
Has 2 brothers (Tanner and Travis) and a sister (Carrie).
[on suiting up as Superman for Supergirl (2015)] The first couple of times it definitely took longer to get into. I started to think that Superman's greatest power was actually being able to just jump into [the suit] as quickly as he does, because it's not quite as smooth the first couple of times you do it.
[on his portrayal of Superman on Supergirl (2015)] I never try to compare and contrast performances because it's such an iconic character already. Superman is Superman so I'm just going to try to carry on the tradition of that and play that part.
I'm a mama's boy.
If I'm in the gym I'll stay for a while, and I'm not usually in a hurry to leave.
I love going to movies by myself.
I played baseball my entire life, up through college and everything, so working out and being physically active was always a huge part of my life. I'll spend at least a couple of hours in the gym a day.
For me, as an actor, one of the biggest fears on a TV show is getting stuck in something where you end up feeling like you're doing the same thing, every single year.
My girlfriend and I never let each other forget how much we love each other. It's all about reminding the other person how important and special she is to you.