Tyron Leitso

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Tyron Leitso
Born (1976-01-07) January 7, 1976 (age 41)
North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Years active 1998-2015

Tyron Leitso (born January 7, 1976) is a Canadian actor.

Life and career[edit]

Leitso was born in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He entered the acting industry when he worked as an extra on several Vancouver-based television productions, including The X Files and Millennium. Leitso's first speaking role was for an episode in 1998 in the series Breaker High for UPN. He was cast as a lead, Derek MacMahon, in season one of the CBC teen drama Edgemont in 2000. He was also featured in Snow White: The Fairest of Them All a 2001 live-action remake of the tale of Snow White playing Prince Alfred, as well as a TV biography of singer John Denver and the miniseries Dinotopia.

In film, Leitso has appeared in My Life Without Me, starring Sarah Polley, and played one of the leads (Simon) in House of the Dead.

Leitso was featured as the romantic lead in the 2004 short-lived dramedy Wonderfalls, where he plays a husband whose wife cheated on him. In 2006, he starred in three episodes in the Canadian ensemble drama Whistler. Starting in 2009, he became part of the cast of Being Erica, where he plays the main character's friend and eventually boyfriend.


Leitso has also appeared in commercial campaigns for "Salon Selectives", "Haggar Slacks", "The Florida Board of Health", "GTS Communications" (in Europe only), and "B.C. Tel/Telus", amongst others.[1]



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