Tyler is currently an adjunct instructor of film and theatre at Tarrant County College Northwest. He holds an MA in Humanities from UT Dallas, an MJ in Journalism from UNT, and a BS in Strategic Communication from TCU.
He previously worked for nonprofits such as the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, Fort Worth Opera and Amphibian Stage Productions.
Tyler is also a member of AEA and has performed with Circle Theatre, Shakespeare Dallas, and Stage West among others.
Tyler’s short films, which he produced, directed, wrote and performed in, have been screened with the Fort Worth Indie Film Showcase and QCinema as well as numerous other festivals across Texas.
AEA --- SAG
University of Texas at Dallas
University of North Texas
Texas Christian University
Class Act Dallas
Texas Wesleyan University
Such A Voice
Sports: Swimming, Tennis
Dialects: British, Brooklyn, Cockney, German, Irish, Italian, Russian, Southern
Dick Monday, WaterTower Theatre
Garnett Bruce, Fort Worth Opera
Matt Betz, Grand Prairie Arts Council
Bruce Coleman, Uptown Players
Linda Leonard, Dallas Holocaust Museum
Kenny Green, Lewisville Community Theatre
Stefan Novinski, Shakespeare Dallas
Vickie Washington, Kitchen Dog
Melanie Mason, Theatre Arlington
Egla Hassan, Jubilee Theatre
Jim Covault, Stage West
Jerry Russell, Stage West
Dana Schultes, Stage West
Robin Armstrong, Circle Theatre
Deborah Jung, Kids Who Care
Andy Baldwin, Runway Theatre
Andy Baldwin, Theatre Arlington
Johnny Simons, Hip Pocket Theatre
Jason Leyva, Artisan Center Theater
BJ Cleveland, Theatre Arlington
Drew Hayes, Amphibian Stage Prodcutions
Porgy and Bess
Shout! The Mod Musical
The Legend of Georgia McBride
Magnum’s Opus (reading)
The Beauty Queen of Leenane
One Minute Play Festival
Miracle on South Division Street
Little Shop of Horrors
Thank You, Jeeves
Festival of the Kid
See How They Run
Once Upon a Mattress
The Musical Comedy Murders
A Crazy Love of Things
Our Last Night
The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.
Alderamin on the Sky
Sons of Brotherhood
Ori Evans, OME Network
Ayu Sakata, FUNimation
Brandon Potter, FUNimation
Chris Whalen, CMWHALEN
Ellen Locy, Boxcar Creative
"You get a flawlessly deadpan performance in the classic why-I-oughta mode, from Tyler Cochran."
- Ryan Maffei of The Column
Tyler Cochran is hilarious as Sir Andrew.
While playing Sir Andrew on stage, Cochran looks as if he is enjoying every moment of the performance.
He is actively and consistently engaged in the action.
- Joel Taylor of The Column
"Cochran really has a knack for comedic timing.
He manages to deliver a line that is one word repeated about a dozen times, and still managed to coax laughter out of the audience. It didn’t matter what the line was, Cochran delivered it well and kept the audience chuckling."
- Thomas Cook of The Lewisville Texan Journal
"There are a few moments of merciful levity provided by Tyler Cochran."
- David Novinski of TheatreJones
"Tyler Cochran makes the most of the role of the stagehand, making the audience laugh with his every single entrance and exit"
- Sarah Caldwell of Broadway World