Tyler Mane constantly breaks boundaries and defies expectations.
Certainly the man with undeniable physical powers, in 247F Tyler unleashes the powers of dramatic acting that are even more impressive. The actor imbues a tangible humanity into every role he plays, even he's donning the mask of Michael Myers in Halloween and H2 or the crown of King Ajax in Troy. He can be the villain or the hero, and that versatility is what makes each one of his performances memorable.
After hanging up the wrestling boots, Tyler fully immersed himself in acting, realizing his childhood dreams. As Sabretooth in 2000's big screen adaptation of X-Men, he finally ripped right through pop culture in a big way. This breakthrough got even deeper when Tyler sunk his teeth into classic Greek Mythology alongside Brad Pitt and Eric Bana in the 2004 blockbuster Troy.
Soon after Troy, Tyler formed a bond with Rob Zombie with his turn as Rufus in The Devil's Rejects. That relationship inspired Rob to pen his take on Halloween with Tyler in mind for Michael Myers. Together, they created a darker, deadlier and deeper character. It became much more intricate in Tyler's deft hands, but he still conjured a viable darkness on screen.