Tyler Lee Hoechlin is an American actor. Born on 11 September 1987 in Corona California, Hoechlin is best known for his roles as Tom Hank’s son in Road to Perdition (2002), Everybody Wants Something!! (2016) and Supergirl (2015). In the upcoming season of “Superman and Louis”, Tyler is expected to get a facelift as Clark Kent. The 34-year-old actor showed off his new Superman suit while shooting a few scenes in Vancouver, Canada on Wednesday (December 9).
It is also rumored that he will be back in the upcoming Teen Wolf: The Movie alongside his co-stars Arden Cho, Daniel Sharman and Michael Johnson. We didn’t get to see him as Batman in Batman v Superman but we will definitely see him in his red cape in the second season of Superman and Louie. In an interview with Empire, Hoechlin revealed that working on “Road to Perdition” helped him realize that he really liked acting and that if his baseball dream didn’t come true, he would become an actor. Will become
Apart from acting, Tyler has also been a baseball player. He started playing the game at the age of seven. He played in Area Code Games in 2004 and 2005. He also earned a scholarship to Arizona State University, played infield for and the team made it to the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska.
Arizona After the year, he was transferred to the University of California, Irvine. He played as an infield second baseman for the UC Irvine Antears. He also played in the Collegiate Summer League during this time.
At one point, he aimed to pursue a career in baseball, prioritizing it over his acting skills. Due to this, he turned down several auditions and meetings and even turned down the role of Emmett Cullen for the Twilight series.
He pulled his hamstrings which limited his ability to play and practice during his junior year in college. This prompted him to attend several auditions and finally decided to take acting as a full-time job on the advice of his coach.
Tyler appeared in the media before playing baseball and that was when he was just a kid. Due to this he was able to audition successfully in an acting school and also made himself an agent. Her first role was in Happy Hunting, a Disney sing-along song video at the age of 11. He was cast to play the role of Michael Sullivan Jr. in the film Road to Perdition (2000), in which he co-starred with Tom Hanks. For this role, he was nominated for several awards such as the Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Young Actor and the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film.
He also got the role of Martin Brewer in the show 7th Heaven, 2003. He was initially booked for two episodes, but became a recurring character in the series.
He was nominated for a Teen Choice Award in 2004 for Breakout Male Star. He was further nominated for the Teen Choice Award and Young Artist Award. The show’s schedule was set around his baseball schedule and was filmed during his first year of college.
He has also had several minor roles including CSI: Miami, My Boys, Castle. He returned to the film world with his role in David DeCotto’s Grizzly Rage.
In 2005, he was awarded a college scholarship to play baseball at Arizona State University. Due to an injury he had to take a detour from the sport for show business.
Family life and marital status
His father, Don Hoechlin, is of Swiss-German descent, while his mother, Lori, has German, English, Irish, and Scottish ancestry. Tyler’s patrilineal line is traced back to his great-grandfather, Conrad C. Hoechlin, who was born, c. 1839, in Switzerland. He has two brothers named Tanner and Travis and a sister named Carrie.
Tyler has an athletic body type. He is six feet tall and weighs 86 kg. She has beautiful dark brown hair and bright brown eyes. She is into fitness maintenance and has followed a very healthy diet.
|film actor, assistant director
|Date of birth
|11 September 1987
|Corona, California, United States
|5 feet 6 inches
|father: Don Hoechlin
Mother: Lori Hochlin
Brothers): Tanner Hoechlin, Travis Hoechlin
Sister’s): Carrie Hoechlin
|Santiago High School
|University of California Irvine, Arizona State University
|USD 4 million (approx)
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