It’s been awhile since we’ve heard from Teamiplier, a group of YouTubers who mainly created videos for Markiplier’s channel. While videos are still being regularly posted to Markiplier (as well as Unus Annus), Teamiplier disbanded around 2018.
Although Tyler and Mark are still close friends and create content together, it doesn’t look like Tyler is a regular editor for Markiplier, either. Mark and Ethen went on to create Unus Annus in late 2019.
In early 2016, Tyler moved out to Los Angeles to work alongside Mark, appearing in many of Fischbach’s videos and series, such as Markiplier Makes and Who Killed Markiplier?, and was a member of Mark’s You’re Welcome tour, later becoming a full-time Twitch streamer and a YouTube content creator.
As for the rest of the former Teamiplier squad: Kathryn has moved to other projects, and Tyler is big on Twitch. In 2018, Tyler let his fans know that his mom was diagnosed with cancer, and shaved his head out of solidarity. In June 2019, Mark posted a video titled “Some bad news,” which sadly announced the death of Tyler’s mom.
What is Tyler’s job?
Personal life. Tyler majors in Sports Administration and is an ambassador for Extra Life, an organization that helps raise money for children with health problems. In August of 2018, Tyler announced that his mother had been diagnosed with stage 4-B cancer.
In his early appearances on Markiplier’s channel, Tyler was jokingly referred to as “One-word Tyler” or “Stoneface Tyler,” due to his laidback persona and short responses. While working for Markiplier, Tyler’s official title, as given by Mark, was “Third Tsar of Research and Development at Markiplier Inc.”.
Show less info. Tyler Scheid, also known by his online alias Apocalypto12, is an online entertainer and a close friend of Mark Fischbach. He has appeared in several of Mark’s videos, the earliest ones being that of the Spore playthrough and was a core member of Mark’s You’re Welcome tour. In 2016, he moved to Los Angeles to work alongside Mark …
Tyler was born on January 25, 1989 in Milford, a suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio. He first met Mark in either 3rd or 4th grade (the actual answer is unknown since neither of the two remember). He later met Bob and Wade along the way via the public school system. In high school, Tyler wrestled with Mark and played water polo, winning a state championship at one point, but ultimately gave it up due to kidney failure. At the age of 20, Tyler’s older brother donated one of his kidneys in order to save his life.