BIO

TYLER GLODT graduated from the Department of Radio, Television, and Film at the University of Texas at Austin. While attending UT, he won the Schultze Screenwriting Scholarship for his feature-length script, A Capital Fellow.

 

Since locating to Los Angeles, he has become most known for his hit comedy Buck Wild (Millennium Entertainment), which won Director’s Choice at Sydney’s Fantastic Fest. Also in his roster is the feature The Eves, short films Stray which won the Audience Choice Award at the Hill Country Film Festival, Want and Jack and Jill, as well as the independent television comedy pilot Merryland. In addition, Tyler directed and edited the commerical Swipe for Doritos that placed in the top 3 out of 5400 entries in the 2016 Doritos Crash the Superbowl contest. Most recently, Tyler wrote and directed the horror/thriller, The Tooth Fairy that premiered on the horror/thriller channel, Alter. 

 

In addition to directing, Tyler has produced several feature films, most recently A.J. Edwards' 2nd feature film, Age Out staring Tye Sheridan, Imogen Poots and Jeffery Wright. In addition, Tyler produced a docu-series for AMC with award-winning director Rodney Ascher (Room 237) titled, Primal Screen and recently wrapped Rodney's third feature, A Glitch in the Matrix with Ross Dinerstein's, Campfire that premiered at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival.