Tyler will be appearing Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Combo Autograph/Selfie: $70
Professional Photo Ops: $60 (On Sale Now)
Tyler will have a Q&A panel (Date and time TBD)
Autographs and Selfies will be cash only at artist’s table.
Professional Photo Ops are on sale now!
You must have a valid entrance ticket in order to redeem a photo op.
Tyler Hynes was born in Toronto and raised in Ottawa Ontario with the artist gene in his veins. He is an accomplished actor, director, producer, editor, writer and musician, and he is constantly striving to create and star in new and innovative projects. Hynes got his professional start at the age of eight performing on stage, touring Canada in the role of young Tommy in the rock musical The Who’s Tommy. From there he went on to television and films. By age 13, Hynes was on television screens everywhere starring as a main character in “Amazon” and he hasn't stopped since. Some of his greatest accolades and achievements include a Best Actor Gemini nomination for “Tagged: The Jonathan Wamback Story,” which told the real-life tragedy about a Canadian high school student who was beaten and left for dead.
At age 18, Hynes landed in movie theaters everywhere starring alongside Andie MacDowell and Tim Roth in The Last Sign. He then transitioned from teen actor to adult actor flawlessly, and in his 20s he worked alongside James Franco and Sienna Miller in Camille. Shortly thereafter, Hynes captivated audiences everywhere in NBC’s “The Firm” based on John Grisham’s novel, in which he portrayed the smug and overly intelligent Ivy Leaguer Patrick Walker, who was about to stand trial for first degree murder. He also appeared in “Betty and Coretta” opposite Mary J. Blige.
Most recently, Hynes starred in Hallmark Channel’s original movie “Winter in Vail”, “My Boyfriend’s Back: Wedding March 5,” which aired in June, and previously starred in Hallmark’s “Flip That Romance,” “It’s Christmas, Eve,” and “Falling for You.” In addition, he can be seen in a recurring role in the TV series “UnREAL,” as well as a lead role in the feature film Peace, starring opposite Alexander Ludwig. Hynes cultivated a huge following as a series regular on “Saving Hope” for his portrayal of Luke Reid, the paramedic brother of the main character. Other notable recurring roles include “Transporter: The Series” and the critically acclaimed Canadian series, “19-2”, and “Letterkenny”.
While his acting portfolio continues to prosper, Hynes's directing career is coming to forefront. Having directed, produced and written 7 worldwide released music videos and 4 short films to critical acclaim.