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Tyler Cameron Spotted In New Netflix Film – Good On Paper

Just when we thought we wouldn’t see Tyler Cameron in the spotlight again he makes an appearance in a New Netflix film, Good On Paper!


Since day one on Hannah Brown’s season of the Bachelorette everyone was rooting for him and fell in love with his personality. However, during the finale Brown breaks things off with Cameron, deciding to choose Jed Wyatt instead.

After leaving the Bachelor franchise Cameron has been active on his social media, making a big move to NYC, and even dating but is now making bigger moves when it comes to his acting career.


Cameron has also appeared as an actor in other projects in the past. In 2020, he played the character of Danny on the ABC comedy series Single Parents starring Taran Killam and Leighton Meester. 

While it’s not easy for an up-and-coming actor to break into the industry, Tyler is definitely moving his way up in the ranks and getting his name out there.

Good On Paper

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The new Netflix film Good On Paper aired on June 23, 2021. The film is about a stand-up comic (played by Iliza Shlesinger) who meets a guy who seems perfect: smart, nice, successful… and possibly too good to be true.

Cameron plays an unnamed character that is described as a “ruggedly handsome man.” Tyler’s scene is mostly just a short interaction between his character talking to Andrea (played by Iliza Shlesinger) at a bar.

The scene involves his character and Iliza’s character chatting back and forth about the drinks they’re ordering.

Netflix – Good On Paper

Although he is briefly shown on the Netflix film it’s good to see him outside the Bachelor franchise!

Check out his new book, You Deserve Better.

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