Tyler Ambrose Harlow was born in Westminster West, Vermont. Harlow is a 10th generation Vermonter and comes from a long lineage of outdoorsman. After graduating from the University of Vermont in Burlington, Harlow dove into his passion for the outdoors. Working with Wilderness Ventures, Harlow led kids aged 12-16 throughout Wyoming, Fiji, Hawaii and across California to help them build foundational outdoor skills and appreciate the beauty of nature through immersed education and lots of stories around a campfire.
After riding his bicycle across the country for charity, Harlow knew he wanted to make the west his home. Harlow spent almost eight years living among the beauty of the Tetons in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. As Harlow’s modeling career began to blossom, he remained an avid camper, hiker, ice hockey player and fisherman, and contributed to his community by becoming a trained
EMT and firefighter. When a production of Water by the Spoonful came to Jackson, Harlow knew it was time to make the leap from his modeling career to pursuing his long-time passion for acting. He landed the role of Fountainhead and was hooked. Harlow moved to Los Angeles less than a year later working as a full-time model and actor. He has represented several brands such as Old Spice, Engelbert-Strauss, and LG. He has modeled for international photographers and appeared in Taylor Swift’s “The Man” music video.