- Richest Celebrities › Actors
- Net Worth:
- $7 Million
- Date of Birth:
- Oct 18, 1991 (31 years old)
- Place of Birth:
- Santa Monica
- 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
- Actor, Musician
- United States of America
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Tyler Posey is an American actor and musician who has a net worth of $7 million. Tyler Posey began his acting career as a child on the television series “Doc” and in the films “Collateral Damage” and “Maid in Manhattan.” As an adult, he had his breakthrough starring as Scott McCall on the MTV television series “Teen Wolf,” and had roles on such other shows as “Jane the Virgin” and “Scream.” Posey has also lent his voice to various animated programs, including the “Marvel Rising” series of television specials.
Tyler Posey was born as Tyler Garcia-Posey on October 18, 1991 in Santa Monica, California to Cyndi Garcia and actor John Posey. He is of Mexican descent on his mother’s side, and has two brothers named Derek and Jesse. Posey grew up in Santa Clarita, California.
Posey began acting as a child. He landed his first major role in 2001, playing orphan Raul Garcia on the medical drama series “Doc,” which ran for five seasons through 2004. Following that, he appeared in episodes of such shows as “Without a Trace,” “Into the West,” and “Smallville.” From 2006 to 2007, Posey had a recurring role on the ABC series “Brothers & Sisters.” He had another recurring role in 2009 in the fourth and final season of the ABC Family series “Lincoln Heights.” In 2011, Posey reached a new level of fame when he began starring as Scott McCall on the MTV supernatural teen drama series “Teen Wolf,” based on the 1985 film. The show, which ran for six seasons through 2017, also featured Crystal Reed, Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden, Arden Cho, and Shelley Hennig, among others. During the run of “Teen Wolf,” Posey made guest appearances on “Workaholics” and “The Exes,” and began voicing the recurring role of Prince Alonso on the Disney animated series “Elena of Avalor.” In 2017, he played Adam Eduardo Alvaro in the third and fourth seasons of “Jane the Virgin.”
In 2018, Posey voiced Dante Pertuz and his alter-ego Inferno in the Marvel animated superhero television film “Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors.” He went on to reprise the role in the subsequent “Marvel Rising” specials “Battle of the Bands,” “Chasing Ghosts,” “Heart of Iron,” all in 2019. That same year, Posey played drug dealer and party promoter Shane in the third season of the anthology slasher series “Scream,” dubbed “Scream: Resurrection.” That season aired on VH1, and also starred RJ Cyler, Jessica Sula, Giorgia Whigham, and C. J. Wallace, among others. Posey also had a recurring role on the short-lived 2019 Starz comedy series “Now Apocalypse.” Returning to voice acting, he voiced the main role of Tony Toretto in the Netflix animated series “Fast & Furious Spy Racers,” based on the “Fast & Furious” film franchise. His character was the younger cousin of Dominic Toretto, played by Vin Diesel in the films. The series ran for six seasons through 2021.
As a child actor, Posey had his first roles on the big screen in 2002. That year, he played Mauro in the action thriller “Collateral Damage” and Ty Ventura, the son of Jennifer Lopez‘s protagonist Marisa, in the romantic dramedy “Maid in Manhattan.” Posey’s next film credit was in 2007, when he voiced the character Mouse Gonzalez in the animated romantic fantasy film “Veritas, Prince of Truth.” Three years later, he played Billy Barrow in the wrestling drama “Legendary,” starring Devon Graye, John Cena, Patricia Clarkson, and Danny Glover. Posey was subsequently in the 2012 dramedy “White Frog” and the 2013 sequel parody film “Scary Movie 5.” In 2016, he played Satanist Gordon Greenleaf in Kevin Smith‘s horror comedy “Yoga Hosers,” a spinoff of his film “Tusk.” Posey went on to star alongside Lucy Hale and Violett Beane in the supernatural horror film “Truth or Dare,” released in 2018. The following year, he played rookie Chicago Cubs player Ricky Santos in the romcom “The Last Summer,” about a group of recent high school graduates navigating their personal issues during the summer before college.
In 2020, Posey starred in the horror film “Alone” as Aidan, a young man who has barricaded himself inside his apartment in the midst of a zombie apocalypse. He appeared in the film alongside his real-life father, as well as such actors as Donald Sutherland and Robert Ri’chard. In 2023, Posey returned to the world of “Teen Wolf” for the reunion film “Teen Wolf: The Movie,” featuring most of the cast of the MTV series in their original roles. The film was released on Paramount+ early in the year. In addition to reprising his lead role as Scott McCall, Posey produced “Teen Wolf: The Movie.”
As a musician, Posey previously served as the frontman and guitarist of the band Lost in Kostko, which released its EP “You’re Going to Need a Towel” in 2011. The band performed at the Roxy in Los Angeles in 2012, and broke up in the summer of 2013. Later, Posey played guitar with the pop punk trio PVMNTS. The group released its EP “Better Days” in the summer of 2018. The following year, Posey left the band.
After leaving PVMNTS, Posey formed the pop punk group Five North with his childhood best friend Kyle Murphy. The pair soon recruited drummer Scott Eckel, from the band Makeout. In 2019, Five North released its debut single “This Mess,” and the following year released its debut EP “Scumbag” through Big Noise Music Group.
In 2013, Posey got engaged to his childhood sweetheart Seana Gorlick. However, the couple broke off the engagement the same year. Later, in 2020, Posey revealed that he had had relationships with men, and in the summer of 2021 he came out as queer.
In early 2016 Tyler paid $1.32 million for a home in Studio City, California.