Tina Tyler Returns to Performing

Tod Hunter
LOS ANGELES — Performer-turned-director Tina Tyler is making a limited return to performing. She will be available for work through March 31.

Tyler started as a performer in the early '90s and has worked as a director exclusively for the last five years, shooting series for Mercenary Pictures including "SuperWhores," "Black Moon' Risin'," "Fresh Out the Box" and her male-solo series "HandyMan." She shot four scenes for her fans for Internet distribution in September, which are available on Clips4Sale.com.

Tyler said that while she enjoys shooting movies, her first love and passion is being on camera.

"I'm coming back for a limited time," Tyler told XBIZ. "I did the four scenes for my fans, and I had such a great time. I missed the kick of being in front of the camera, having people watch me. I'm an exhibitionist. I'm still firmly in my director's chair at Mercenary, this is just for a little extra fun.

"There are so many great-looking guys in this industry that I haven't had a chance to play around with, and I figured, 'Why not?'" Producers can book Tyler through Lisa Ann's Talent Management.