By Robert Waldman:Often not much is known about young stars. Consider Tyler Nelson to be a rare diamond in the rough. Biographical details on this newcomer are sparse. Good looks and raw talent will leapfrog him into the mainstream leagues of Hollywood celebrity in a hurry. Odds are good the paparazzi (and girls) will flock to him in droves once his resume and visibility expands, which will come in a hurry as new potential blockbusters hit the screen.
Currently in the public eye with the ambitious and raucous A Very Harold & Kumar 3-D Christmas, gift presents seem to have come early for our upstart. No flash in the pan, Nelson’s first claim to fame is an athletic prowess and a winning form on the dance floor. As an accomplished dancer, no gig seems to be outside this dynamo’s range. Notice of that fine form helped earn Tyler a spot in the big dance flick Stomp the Yard 2: Homecoming as well as screen time in Honey 2.
Community minded, our novice has recognized where he came from and his roots. Twice has he performed in NCAAP talent feasts and was actually a medalist at the world dance competition where all those break dance moves resonated well with impressionable judges. Driven to succeed, it’s not difficult to see this eager performer to gain more practice and knowledge as the years go by. Through participation in music videos and live performances its not difficult to see how those theatric skills were honed. Whether its ballet, jazz, break dance or hip hop our subject here has mastered them all. Add on effective use of martial arts such as jiu jitsu and tae kwon do and it’s easy to see here is represented one well-turned out physical specimen whose natural charisma seems a good fit for the big or small screen.
Keep an eye out for more good things to come out of Tyler Nelson, whether they be singing, dancing or acting. Why it’s not hard to imagine this fellow bringing all those diverse talents together for an unstoppable revue.