|Date of Birth||12 October 1974, Hot Springs, Arkansas, USA|
|Birth Name||Karmyn Sue Tyler|
|Height||5' 6" (1.68 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Karmyn Tyler was born in Hot Springs, Arkansas, and grew up in the Ark-La-Tex town of Texarkana. She was the youngest of 5 children.
Karmyn's interest in acting began when she performed in a children's theatre program in Texarkana playing a wolf. At the age of 5 she started signing in church. By her preteens she had performed all over the state of Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma in churches, festivals, and Opry houses. At 12, she opened for Cajun comedian, Justin Wilson and she competed on Ed McMahon's Star Search in high school. In 1995, she won the title of Miss Louisiana-America and after her year of service, she began her commercial acting career in Dallas, Texas with Ivett Stone.
Music has always been a huge part of Karmyn's life. Her mother, Suzie, played piano for southern gospel groups and country singers including Coleman McDuff, Connie Smith and appeared with the The Happy Goodman Family. Her cousin, Tony Edwards, is the Principal Timpanist for the Austin Symphony Orchestra.
In 2004, Karmyn released a solo album of American songbook songs that was played internationally. Her version of Summertime (from that album) was nominated for a Grammy and in 2005, her original song Drifting was nominated. Her musical influences are Ella Fitzgerald, Linda Ronstadt, Karen Wheaton, June Christy, Anita O'Day and Eva Cassidy.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Rita Edwards
|Christopher Cobb||(8 September 2012 - present)|