Tyler Mane Biography
Birth Name: Daryl Karolat
A native of Canada, Tyler Mane has nine years of martial arts experience, is an avid kick-boxer and played semi-professional football.
A professional wrestler for over 11 years, Mane stands 6'10" and weighs 275 pounds. He has wrestled all over the world in association with the Universal Wrestling Federation and WCW (World Championship Wrestling). In 1994, he became Las Vegas' MGM Grand Champion for the UWF.
His television work includes a guest starring role in the series Son of the Beach, the popular "Baywatch" parody from the Howard Stern Productions. He has also appeared in the pilot Choppy and landed a guest starring role in Party of Five. For the television movie Bandit: Bandit Goes Country,he played the co-starring character Jake "Big Sky" Olson. Later on, he took the lead role of Dean Rebelin the production of Turbo Tanzi.
His role as the evil mutant Victor Creed/Sabretooth in the summer blockbuster, X-Men, provided Mane with worldwide exposure. He has since gone on to act in films such as Troy (2004) opposite Brad Pitt and Gunless (2010) opposite Paul Gross.