In 1998 Kyte landed a role in the popular children's show replacing Jay Baruchel, Popular Mechanics for Kids.
The show ended, but is still shown on BBC Kids Canada.
The movie is based on the true story of Elizabeth Smart's kidnapping.
Later in 2004, Kyte took a role in a popular gay-themed movie, Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story.
Tyler also performs a song, "Remind Yourself", on the fourth season of Instant Star, which is featured on the soundtrack, Songs From Instant Star Four.
As well as singing an acoustic cover of the Degrassi: the Next Generation theme during the ending credits of season 9 And 10 Tyler's debut CD, Talking Pictures, is now available in stores throughout Canada.
Kyte was made famous amongst Canadian youth as a correspondent on the Canadian TV series Popular Mechanics for Kids alongside fellow Canadians Elisha Cuthbert, Vanessa Lengies and Jay Baruchel.
He later appeared on the TV series Goosebumps (1997) and Are You Afraid of the Dark? He appeared in the made-for-TV movie Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story in 2004, and had a recurring role on the Canadian drama Instant Star as Vincent Spiederman until 2008. The EP has 5 original songs, written and performed by Tyler Kyte.Instead, Kyte recorded the two songs and they were put on the soundtrack.The two songs are "Unraveling" and "Worth Waiting For".He is also currently playing in the band Blue Fox (with Nick Rose and Ryan O'Reilly), and in the band Sweet Thing (with Owen Carrier, Nick Rose, Alex Winter, and Morgan Waters).Tyler also toured throughout Europe with The Ryan O'Reilly Band.It was released in both the Canadian and American i Tunes stores.