Upon completion of her classical training in Film and Television at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, Tyler has starred in emotionally demanding roles such Blanche in Tennessee William’s A Streetcar Named Desire, Ophelia in Shakespeare's Hamlet, and Harper Pitt in Tony Kushner’s Angels In America, as well as countless others.
Recently, Tyler has wrapped shooting three different short films. Inspired is a heart wrenching story about a high school basketball player who is struggling with depression. In Saturday Afternoon she played a sweet, ignored young bride, in addition to the love interest in the comedy India’s Son Discovers a United States of America.
Tyler is an athlete through and through. She enjoys playing competitive Basketball, volleyball, and running long distance. She hopes to complete her first marathon within the coming year. She also enjoys classical music and recently fell in love with the violin. As a beginner violinist, she entertains at family holiday parties and for self-indulgence at home. Mrs. Kipp looks forward to one day co-starring in a feature opposite Jim Carrey or Sandra Bullock, or in any Emmy winning USA series.
The Glass Slipper
Theater by Rhino Theater / Ed Bailkin Mistress Haughty
Film (short) by LIU/Melanie Coffee lead
India's Son Discovers USA
Film by Joker Productions/Nishant Tanwar Supporting
Film (short) by FDU/Maggie Kaszuba Lead
What's Wrong With This Picture
Film (short) by Brainsplinter Productions/Dennis Mason Supporting
Film by Manta Ray Pictures/ Terry Wickham Featured
The Smoker and The Blue Haired Chick
Theater by Roy Arias Theater/ Thomas Michael Quinn Lead
Satire Off Broadway
Theater by Producer's Club Theater/ Michael Horn Lead
Best Actress / Brightside Tavern Film Festival
Best Actress / Hang On To Your Shorts Film Festival
The New York Conservatory For Dramatic Arts