Tyler Ryan started working the stage in junior high, playing the role of Phileas Fogg in Around the World in 80 Days, and from there, it was on.
Tyler trod the boards many times while growing up, and after landing a sweet gig on the radio at 16, was called on to work stages, host events, and present to groups of all sizes.
He continued to work on his live presentation skills, hosting events, working in the bar circuit, emceeing live concerts, and other appearances. Tyler quickly became a favorite host for private events, fundraisers, political functions, corporate training and other occasions, which he parlayed into a professional emcee service, which included management and booking of other live entertainers such as singers and DJ's, and the roots of the TR Syndicate were solidified.
In the late 2000's, Tyler became involved on the beauty pageant
circuit, emceeing well over 800 contests, including appearances
on TLC's Toddlers and Tiaras and A&E's The Week the Women
Over the years, Tyler has become a go-to talent in the southeast for
events ranging from small community presentations to area size
entertainment. Tyler has hosted everything from guitar pulls in the
famed Whiskey Bend Saloon on Broadway in Nashville, to ringing in the new year in the Famously Hot City with 25,000 close friends.
Tyler was the in-game host for the Columbia Inferno, a professional hockey team in the capital city for five seasons, and works with the University of South Carolina Athletics as an in-game host for SEC sporting events, as well as the Lexington County Blowfish.
In 2015, Tyler put his stage work to the test, serving as a Cruise Director for Carnival Cruise Lines, where he was the face and voice of Carnival Sunshine.
Since returning to the land, he continues to work closely with non-profits and serves as an auctioneer for fundraising projects. Tyler also is often called upon as a corporate presenter and hosting consultant.
Tyler is available to host your event, fundraiser, private function, corporate presentation and anywhere else there is a stage, microphone, and a need.