|Portrayed by||Tony Discipline|
|First Appearance||27th June 2011|
|Last Appearance||6th August 2013|
|Occupation||Market stall holder|
Tyler is one of those cheeky chappies who you can't help but like. He’s a confident geezer who's set to be a sure fire hit with the ladies and a popular fixture in the Queen Vic but will his testosterone fuelled swagger rub Walford’s lads up the wrong way? Time will tell…
This naughty bloke loves a good barney and will take on any challenge going. But beware, Tyler has a very short fuse and cause a ruckus at the drop of a hat. He’s a newbie in the boxing ring, and is pleased as ‘punch’ to be following in his old man, Eddie’s, footsteps.
Tyler works for the family business and him and his dad are as close as father and son can be but of all of the Moon clan, it’s Anthony that Tyler dotes on the most. There's simply nothing in the world that he wouldn't do for his big brother.
Tyler used to work for the family business, alongside brother Anthony, in an antiques/junk shop called The Emporium. There was nothing in the world that Tyler wouldn't have done for Anthony... it's a pity this wasn't reciprocated when Anthony lost The Emporium to Derek in an poker game! Left on his own, Tyler had to work for Derek... but due to his untimely death, Tyler started calling the shots again. His relationship with his other brother, Michael, is more unsettled. Though this has more to do with Michael's inability to bond with anyone (except baby Scarlett), than Tyler.
Tyler had changed his ways, becoming strictly a one woman man when he met Whitney Dean. They seemed like they were going to go the distance and even planned to get married... but when the past came back to haunt Whitney, she realised that Tyler would never be able to understand her like she wanted him to. The pair decided to call it a day, and Tyler left Walford to meet brother Anthony who had a nice little job on a cruise ship.
Though in the main, Tyler's was an easy-going geezer, he had a short fuse and wasn't averse to throwing the odd punch where he deemed it necessary. He once followed his old man into the boxing ring, but ended up in hospital.