Posey at the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con
Tyler Garcia Posey
October 18, 1991
Santa Monica, California, U.S.
Posey has worked steadily in film and television. In February 2002, he appeared in the film Collateral Damage; in December of that year, he played the main character's son in the romantic comedy Maid in Manhattan. He auditioned for the role of Jacob Black in the Twilight film series in 2007 but lost the role to his friend Taylor Lautner. The two regularly auditioned for the same roles as child actors.
That same year, Posey voiced a character in the pilot of the Disney original cartoon SheZow, which aired on May 4 as a part of the Shorty McShorts' Shorts miniseries. In 2012, he co-starred in the film White Frog. In 2011, Posey was cast in his breakout role as the lead in the MTV television series Teen Wolf, which is based on the 1985 film. Posey plays high school student Scott McCall, who is bitten by a werewolf and must keep this fact secret while protecting his loved ones from a host of supernatural threats and beings. In 2015, he also became a co-producer for the fifth season of Teen Wolf.
On September 25, 2017, it was announced that Posey would join the third season of the VH1 slasher television series Scream, starring in the role of Shane. The season premiered on July 8, 2019.
On February 20, 2019, it was announced that Posey would star as Michael Emerson in The CW's television reboot series of The Lost Boys. On July 29, 2019, it was announced The CW was unhappy with the pilot and that Posey, along with most of the rest of the cast, would be recast.
Posey used to front and play guitar in the band Disappearing Jamie, formerly known as Lost in Kostko. Their first performance was at The Roxy in Los Angeles in 2012. Lost in Kostko released their eight-track EP You're Going to Need a Towel in 2011. Posey announced the band's breakup via Instagram on July 17, 2013.
In December 2016, Posey was a guest DJ at Emo Nite LA's second anniversary at the Echoplex in Los Angeles.
Posey played guitar and contributed vocals in the pop punk band PVMNTS along with guitarist/bassist/vocalist Freddy Ramirez and drummer Nick Guzman. The trio released the song "Standing (On My Own Two Feet)" on June 14, 2018, on which Posey wrote about the passing of his mother in 2014. The band self-released their six-track EP Better Days on August 17, 2018. In April 2019, it was announced that Posey had left the band and was pursuing another music venture, which became the band Five North.
Five North is a pop-punk rock band formed by childhood best friends Posey and Kyle Murphy. Posey and Murphy originate from just off "The 5" (Interstate 5 in California) in Santa Clarita, California, hence the origin of the band's name Five North. The two recruited Makeout drummer Scott Eckel after being introduced by music producer and close friend John Feldmann. Five North's debut single "This Mess" was released on October 4, 2019, and their debut eight-track EP Scumbag was released on March 6, 2020, via Big Noise Music Group.
In October 2020, Posey revealed that he has been with men previously and does not like to label his sexuality. In an interview on Sirius XM, Posey said "I was hit with wanting to come out myself and be honest about it. I know a lot of kids look up to me and I want to get rid of that stigma."
|2000||Men of Honor||Boy||Uncredited|
|Maid in Manhattan||Ty Ventura|
|2007||Veritas, Prince of Truth||Mouse Gonzalez|
|2011||Our Deal||Lucky||Short film|
|2013||The Giving Tree Movie Trailer with Tyler Posey||Himself||Short film|
|Scary Movie 5||David|
|2016||Yoga Hosers||Gordon Greenleaf|
|Truth or Dare||Lucas Moreno|
|2019||The Last Summer||Ricky Santos|
|2001–2004||Doc||Raul Garcia||Main role|
|2002||Without a Trace||Robert||Episode: "Silent Partner"|
|2005||Into the West||Young Abe Wheeler||Episode: "Dreams and Schemes"|
|Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye||Danny Abas||Episode: "Boy Meets World"|
|2006||Smallville||Javier Ramirez||Episode: "Subterranean"|
|2006–2007||Brothers & Sisters||Gabriel Whedon / Gabriel Traylor||Recurring role|
|2007||Shorty McShorts' Shorts||Jose||Episode: "She Zow"|
|2009||Lincoln Heights||Andrew Ortega||Recurring role|
|2011–2017||Teen Wolf||Scott McCall||Main role; also director (season 6 episode 13: "After Images")|
|2013||Workaholics||Billy Belk||Episode: "Fourth and Inches"|
|2014||The Exes||Eric||Episode: "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle"|
|2014–2015||Wolf Watch||Himself||Correspondent and guest|
|2015||Ridiculousness||Himself||Season 6, episode 21|
|2016||Lip Sync Battle||Himself||Episode: "Gigi Hadid vs. Tyler Posey"|
|2016–present||Elena of Avalor||Prince Alonso (voice)||Recurring role|
|2017||Hell's Kitchen||Himself||Guest diner and Leukemia & Lymphoma Society contributor; Episode: "It's All Gravy"|
|Jane the Virgin||Adam Eduardo Alvaro||Guest role (season 3); recurring role (season 4)|
|2018||Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors||Dante Pertuz / Inferno (voice)||Television film|
|Sideswiped||Griffin||Episode: "Baby Steps"|
|2019||Fast & Furious: Spy Racers||Tony Toretto (voice)||Main role|
|Marvel Rising: Battle of the Bands||Dante Pertuz / Inferno (voice)||Television special|
|Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts||Dante Pertuz / Inferno (voice)||Television special|
|Marvel Rising: Heart of Iron||Dante Pertuz / Inferno (voice)||Television special|
|Now Apocalypse||Gabriel||Recurring role|
|2011||"Our Deal"||Best Coast|
|2015||"Young & Stupid"||Travis Mills|
|2017||Teen Wolf||Episode: "After Images"|
Awards and nominations
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|2002||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series – Supporting Young Actor||Doc||Won|
|2004||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Supporting Young Actor||Doc||Nominated|
|2005||Movieguide Awards||Most Inspiring Television Acting||Doc||Won|
|2011||Teen Choice Awards||Choice Summer TV Star: Male||Teen Wolf||Nominated|
|Choice TV: Breakout Star||Teen Wolf||Nominated|
|2012||Teen Choice Awards||Choice Summer TV Star: Male||Teen Wolf||Won|
|ALMA Award||Favorite TV Actor – Leading Role||Teen Wolf||Won|
|Imagen Awards||Best Actor/Television||Teen Wolf||Won|
|2013||Young Hollywood Awards||Best Ensemble (shared with Holland Roden, Crystal Reed, Dylan O'Brien and Tyler Hoechlin)||Teen Wolf||Won|||
|Teen Choice Awards||Choice Summer TV Star: Male||Teen Wolf||Nominated|
|2014||Teen Choice Awards||Choice TV Actor: Fantasy/Sci-Fi||Teen Wolf||Nominated|
|Choice Summer TV Star: Male||Teen Wolf||Nominated|
|2015||Saturn Awards||Best Performance by a Younger Actor in a Television Series||Teen Wolf||Nominated|
|Teen Choice Awards||Choice Summer TV Star: Male||Teen Wolf||Nominated|
|2017||People's Choice Awards||Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actor||Teen Wolf||Nominated|||
|Teen Choice Awards||Choice Summer TV Actor: Male||Teen Wolf||Won|
With Lost in Kostko
- You're Gonna Need A Towel [EP] (2011)
- Better Days [EP] (2018)
With Five North
- Scumbag [EP] (2020)
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