Tyler Coppin

Tyler Coppin's solo play LyreBird (Tales of Helpmann) was a sell-out hit at the Adelaide Festival of Arts, Sydney Opera House (STC), City of London Festival, and toured Nationally and Internationally. Praise for this play: “a triumph” (Sydney Morning Herald); “outshines any system of star ratings. Go.” (Glasgow Herald); Scotsman Fringe First Award (Edinburgh); “Five Stars” (Time Out, Scotsman); “an absolute theatrical treat” (Sir Barry Humphries); “hundred-carat one-liners… a theatre junkie’s dream” (London Evening Standard); “Spellbinding” (Time); and “a classic of the Australian stage” (The Australian).

Other plays include UnAmerica (shortlisted for 2004 Rodney Seaborn Playwrights Award); Buzz// by Warren Coleman and Tyler Coppin (Belvoir Theatre, Upstairs); The Minutia of Inertia, a solo play by Tyler Coppin (2005 Melbourne Fringe Festival); Happy Feet, contributing writer (directed by George Miller); Strictly Ballroom and Haircut, contributing writer (Sydney Theatre Company); The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, (additional material written by) (Helpmann Award, STC and MTC); Flabbadadabbadadaddy-o!, written by Mark Little and Tyler Coppin (Inaugural Melbourne International Comedy Festival); Death of Cook///, contributing writer (The Performance Space).

Tyler Coppin is a versatile and multiple award-winning actor in films, plays, operas and musicals.