Apr. 30th, 1978
Brampton, Ontario, Canada
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Tyler Labine is known for his recent turn on “Reaper” as “Bert ‘Sock’ Wysocki,” the quintessential slacker who enthusiastically aided his best friend in the hunt for escaped souls from hell. Labine’s other credits include “Invasion” and “Boston Legal.”
Labine was born in Brampton, Ontario, Canada, but grew up in Vancouver. He began his acting career in local theater before moving on to a number of television roles in series such as “Breaker High” and “That Was Then.” His film credits include “Flyboys,” “Trixie,” “Marine Life,” “Antitrust,” “My Boss’s Daughter,” “Mr. Rice’s Secret,” “The Zero Sum” and the made-for-television movie “Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of ‘Mork & Mindy.’” His upcoming films include “A Good Old Fashioned Orgy” and “Tucker & Dale vs Evil.”
In 2004, Labine produced the film “Everyone,” which won the Best Film Award at the Montreal Film Festival. He also executive-produced, starred in, wrote and co-directed the mockumentary “Extreme Walking.”
Labine enjoys music as much as acting. He and his brother Kyle, as well as friends Jeff Gustafson and Ryan Robbins, comprise the hip-hop band, “Self-Dep.” Labine is also an accomplished music producer and emcee.
Although he splits his time between Vancouver and Los Angeles, Labine remains close with his family, often enjoying snowboarding in British Columbia and vacationing at the family cottage in Ontario.
- Writes plays and short stories. He also draws and paints.
- Tyler says his worst job was probably being a pizza delivery guy. Once, a customer flicked a nickel at his nose and fractured it.
- Brother of actors 'Kyle Labine' (qv) and 'Cameron Labine' (qv).