Tyson has been called an actor's, actor.  Learning stage at The Harlem School of the Arts under James Pringle.  His passion for the stage grew and later he was introduced to Rome Neal who gave Hall a residency at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe.  There he performed in plays written by Amiri Baraka and Ishmael Reed just to name a few.  Hall worked on several independent films during the early stages of his career.  The recognition from Susan Smith of Hopkins, Smith and Barden lead to him being casted in the movie "Paid In Full", Directed by Charles Stone lll.

While actively pursuing his career Tyson has been casted in HBO series "OZ" , for four seasons.  Later landing a lead role in "The Wire" and "Boardwalk Empire".  Tyson Hall is a student of the acting profession and will continue
to make appearances on Stage, Film and Television.




Tyson Halls love for acting has lead him to become more proactive with other endeavors of the movie business. Receiving a call from Hopkins, Smith, Barden casting agency, Mr. Hall was hired to assist with casting for the movie "Paid in Full" directed by Charles Stone III and Bad Boys 2 directed by Micheal Bay. He gained a passion for working behind the scenes. In 2001 he associate produced his first film entitled Kite. And has since produced five independent films and made his directorial debut in 2010 with the film entitled John's Last Call.



Tyson Hall's teaching career begin with privately coaching fellow actors. While developing the Sol Film Festival in 2004, Mr. Hall implemented a acting workshop which was a annual class that taught Auditioning, improvisation, scene study and the business of acting. This workshop continues to groom both new and seasoned talent. In 2009, Mr. Halls talent lead him to New York University. Were he was hired to mentor and teach Middle school and High School students the art of acting. CUNY then hired Hall to teach a continuing education course at Medger Evers. "Educating other has become a life long mission for me either in a class room or in doing my life work". Tyson Hall



"Tyson's artwork provokes the eyesight to look deeper. The work is multi layered with the history of our culture and insight into the future. His unabashed use of deep colors mixed with an aesthetic that hearkens back to the design quality of street art is crisp and edgy. He is an artist to watch as he continues to evolve and pushes his own boundaries".   Laurie A. Cumbo. Founder MoCADA Museum



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