You may recall him from his early years as Daniel on ‘Moonlighting (1986)’ with Bruce Willis and Cybil Shepherd. It was in this hit TV show that he got his start and his career has shown no signs of slowing down since.
Or you may have seen him for his roles as Buddy Revell in ‘Three O’Clock High (1987)’, Cullen Crisp in ‘Kindergarten Cop‘ (opposite Arnold Schwartzenegger) or as the rugged carnival grifter Perry Tyson in Zeitman King’s ‘Two Moon Junction, (1988)” or as Busch in the Riddley Scott production of “Black Hawk Down (2001).” Or most recently in the award-winning director Harley Wallen’s “Betrayed. (2018)”as Mr. Stone.
Whether it is as a television actor, a feature film star or a theater performer (he regularly takes to the stage to perform Shakespeare), Richard Tyson has proven his versatility as an an actor in not only the different characters he plays, but on the different mediums he has performed.
Richard Tyson has appeared in 132 credited roles on both TV and in the movies. He is also credited as being a director, and a producer. He graduated with a Masters of Theatre Arts from Cornell University.
A veteran actor Richard Tyson has worked with some of Hollywoods biggest names including Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ben Stiller, Charlton Heston, Ridley Scott, and many more.
So, it is with excitement that Grosse Pointe Park, MI based Jon Tomus Talent, LLC has had Richard Tyson sign on and join their family of actors.
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Here Bennie Taylor, CEO of Jon Tomus Talent, LLC, guests on #DETROITLIFELIVE with Mr Ammar Nemo and mentions Richard Tyson.
How did Richard Tyson come to sign with Bennie Taylor and Jon Tomus Talent, LLC? He tells us here, “I was leaving out of the “Betrayed” Red Carpet and ran into Richard. We talked for a minute, exchanged numbers, and I left. Some people had come to Richard and told him about me. So, we worked some things out and Bam! the deal was done.”