Tyler Fischer

Tyler Fischer

Name Tyler Fischer
Profession Comedian
Date of Birth 1987-02-28
Place of Birth Branford, CT
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Birth Sign Pisces

About Tyler Fischer

Creator of viral comedy videos such as “Pretending to be Humans of NY,” “Pretending to be IKEA couples’ therapist” and “Pretending to work at Apple” who also performs as stand-up comedian. He has performed on America’s Got Talent.

Early Life of Tyler Fischer

He was born on the kitchen floor of his home in Branford, Connecticut.

Trivia

He did a sketch for Elite Daily called “If Netflix was the only thing keeping your relationship intact.” He auditioned to be on Saturday Night Live.

Family Life

He is one of three brothers.

Associated With

He impersonated Woody Allen in a video called “Woody Allen tries Tinder for the first time!”

Tyler Bray

Tyler Bray

Name Tyler Bray
Profession Football Player
Date of Birth 1991-12-27
Place of Birth Fresno, CA
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Birth Sign Capricorn

About Tyler Bray

Quarterback who began his NFL career with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2013 after a solid college career at the University of Tennessee.

Early Life of Tyler Bray

He led Kingsburg High School to a 13-0 season, throwing for 3,321 yards with 41 touchdowns.

Trivia

He set a Tennessee single game record with 530 passing yards against Troy on November, 3, 2012, breaking Peyton Manning’s previous record of 523, set in 1997.

Family Life

He was born in Clovis, California.

Associated With

He became a backup quarterback to Alex Smith on the Chiefs in 2013.

Tyler Matakevich

Tyler Matakevich

Name Tyler Matakevich
Profession Football Player
Date of Birth 1992-12-22
Place of Birth Connecticut
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Birth Sign Capricorn

About Tyler Matakevich

Linebacker who became the Big East Rookie of the Year during his freshman season at Temple University. He received First-Team All-Conference honors the following season in 2013.

Early Life of Tyler Matakevich

He attended St. Joseph’s High School, where he won two consecutive state championships.

Trivia

He led the NCAA with 8.8 tackled per game in 2013.

Family Life

His older sister, Ashley, was a track and field star at Sacred Heart.

Associated With

He and NFL player Junior Galette both played linebacker for the Temple Owls.

Tyler Boyd

Tyler Boyd

Name Tyler Boyd
Profession Football Player
Date of Birth 1994-11-15
Place of Birth Clairton, PA
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Birth Sign Scorpio

About Tyler Boyd

6’2″ wide receiver who began his collegiate career with the University of Pittsburgh in 2013. He would begin his career with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2016.

Early Life of Tyler Boyd

He played running back, quarterback and defensive back in addition to wide receiver during his career at Clairton High School.

Trivia

He set freshman records at Pittsburgh in receptions (85) and yards (1,174). He was a First-team All-ACC selection in 2014.

Family Life

He was born in Clairton, Pennsylvania to Tonya Payne and Brian Boyd and raised with a brother.

Associated With

Pittsburgh’s previous freshman receiving records were held by star NFL wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald.

Tyler Lockett

Tyler Lockett

Name Tyler Lockett
Profession Football Player
Date of Birth 1992-09-28
Place of Birth Tulsa, OK
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Birth Sign Libra

About Tyler Lockett

Wide receiver and special teams player who became a First-Team All-Big 12 selection in 2013 and 2014 while playing at Kansas State University. In his freshman and senior seasons, he was a Consensus All-American. He was selected in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks.

Early Life of Tyler Lockett

He attended Booker T. Washington High School in Oklahoma, where he led the football team to its first OSSAA title in 24 years.

Trivia

He was also a star basketball player in high school, winning the State Championship in 2011 and being named to the All-Tournament Second Team.

Family Life

His father, Kevin Lockett, played football at Kansas State and became the leading receiver in school history. His mother is named Nicole Edwards.

Associated With

He and Robert Griffin III were both selected to the 2011 College Football All-America Team.