Tyler Labine is a Canadian actor and comedian. He debuted in 1991 with a one-episode role in Street Legal. His first starring role on the small screen was as Jimmy Farrell on the TV series Breaker High. Afterward, he made his big screen debut in the 1999 film Tail Lights Fade. He became more prolific in the 2000s, performing in such films as Mr. Rice’s Secret, Antitrust, Lone Hero, My Boss’s Daughter, Evil Alien Conquerors, Aurora Borealis, and Flyboys. During this period, he was also active on the small screen. He played Brandon Caine on Action Man, Scotty Sallback on Dead Last, and Dave Groves on Invasion. He became further known for starring as Bert “Sock” Wysocki in Reaper. In the 2010s, he gained more success on television. He starred as Larry Munsch in Mad Love, Dr. Doug Jackson in Animal Practice, Kevin Pacalioglu in Deadbeat and Sherlock Hobbs in Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency.