Who is Tyger Drew-Honey?
Tyger Drew-Honey, is an English actor, TV presenter and musician. He is mostly popular for his role of Jake Brockman in the British sitcom ‘Outnumbered’. The show aired for five seasons between 2007 and 2014, and Tyger appeared in all five. The show was appreciated by most critics and audience. For his performance in the series, Tyger was also nominated for the British Comedy Awards, in ‘Best Male Newcomer’ category. Other important works in his career include ‘Friday Download’, a children’s entertainment TV program, where he was a segment presenter. He also had a regular role in the British sitcom ‘Cuckoo’. Tyger has appeared in two films as well, which include ‘Horrid Henry: The Movie’, and ‘Up All Night’ in 2011 and 2015, where he played supporting roles.
Tyger Drew-Honey began his career on television in 2007, with his role in the British-French children’s TV series ‘The Large Family’, where he played the role of Lester Large, one of the important characters. The series was based on a book series of the same name which was written by Jill Murphy. Between 2007 and 2010, he was seen in the sketch comedy television show ‘The Armstrong & Miller Show’.
In 2007, he also started playing one of the main characters Jake Brockman in the British sitcom ‘Outnumbered’. The show aired for five seasons till 2014. The series revolved around a father and a mother who are outnumbered by their three children. The show received critical acclaim, and also won a few awards, including the ‘British Comedy Guide Editors’ Award’, at the Comedy.co.uk Awards 2007, as well as the Royal Television Society Award in the ‘Scripted Comedy’ category. The show also earned four BAFTA award nominations. For his performance, Tyler was also nominated for the British Comedy Award in the ‘Best Male Newcomer’ category.
Between 2011 and 2013, he was a segment presenter in the children’s entertainment program ‘Friday Download’. In 2011, he was also seen in a supporting role in the 3D children’s musical adventure comedy film ‘Horrid Henry: The Movie’. The film was directed by Nick Moore.
He was next seen in the British sitcom ‘Cuckoo’, which began airing on 2012. It aired for five seasons till 2019, and Tyger appeared in all five. The series has received generally positive reviews. Between 2012 and 2013, he also had a role in the series ‘The Ministry of Curious Stuff’.
In 2015 and 2016, he had a guest role in the British sitcom ‘Citizen Khan’. In 2015, he was also seen in the British comedy film ‘Friday Download: The Movie’, in a supporting role. The film was directed by John Henderson. Between 2015 and 2017, he also had a main role in the animated horror show ‘Scream Street’.
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Family & Personal Life
Tyger Drew-Honey was born on 26 January 1996, in Epsom, Surrey, England. His parents were Ben Dover and Linzi Drew, who were both pornographic actors. He studied at Danes Hill School, in Oxshott, after which he studied at Epsom College. Tyger Drew-Honey is currently known to be single.