Who is Ty Doran?
Ty is an American actor, probably best known to the world as Cal Stone in the TV series “Manifest” (2021-2023), in addition to several other notable roles he’s had so far in his career.
Ty Doran Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education
Ty Doran was born on 29 October 1997, in Houston, Texas, USA. Raised in a Christian family, he is of Caucasian ethnicity, the son of actor-director Justin Doran and Robin Schreyer Doran. Ty has two siblings, a brother named Jackson Doran and a sister named Caleigh Doran. His journey into acting began at the age of 11, and after finishing high school locally, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Theater from Northwestern University in 2020.
Ty Doran’s early foray into acting began at the age of eight when he took the stage in a production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, portraying the changeling child over whom the characters Titania and Oberon fiercely contest.
Ty Doran initiated his career as a voice-over artist debuting in 2011, by lending his voice to the character Yuma in the English version of the anime series “Eternal Quon”. Directed by Umanosuke Iida and Takeshi Mori, it follows Quon, a mysterious and powerful boy, as he navigates a future in which certain individuals with dormant powers are hunted by a secret organization.
The series features stars such as Leraldo Anzaldua, Greg Ayres, Jessica Boone, Marcy Bannor, Elizabeth Bunch, and Shelley Calene-Black across its various episodes, including “The Ephemeral Petal” and “The Complicity of Dreams” in which Ty also featured.
Following his debut, Ty continued his career in a number of diverse roles. In 2015, he starred in the short film “Brushstrokes”, directed and written by Jaymes Julian Wilson. The 15-minute film revolves around Liam (played by Ty) and an amnesic ghost named Mason as they embark on a futile search for Mason’s real name.
Transitioning to television, Ty joined the cast of the acclaimed TV series “American Crime” in 2015, playing Peter Tanner. Created by John Ridley, the series featured stars such as Felicity Huffman, Regina King, and Timothy Hutton.
In 2018, Ty continued to make his mark on the small screen by featuring in the TV series “All Night”, created by Jason Ubaldi. The show centers around a lock-in graduation party at which the class of 2018 gathers to celebrate their last night together. Ty played Bryce in this 10-episode series, sharing the screen with Brec Bassinger, Tetona Jackson, and Jenn McAllister, among others.
In 2018 and 2019, Ty Doran made several one-time appearances in popular TV series, displaying his talent alongside established stars. In 2018, he appeared in an episode of the TV series “Bull”, sharing the screen with Michael Weatherly in his role as Jacob.
The same year, Ty had a one-episode stint in the critically acclaimed TV series “Queen Sugar”, portraying the character Justin.
Continuing his television journey in 2019, Ty featured in an episode of “The Blacklist” as Theo Wolf, sharing the screen with the show’s ensemble cast, which included James Spader, Diego Klattenhoff, and Harry Lennix, among others.
In another one-episode appearance in 2019, Ty joined the cast of “Chicago Fire”, working alongside David Eigenberg, Christian Stolte, Eamonn Walker, and others.
Rise to Stardom
Continuing his journey with one-time appearances, Ty took on the role of Jake in the 2021 TV mini-series “Chill Girl”; the series follows three recent graduates navigating life in Los Angeles, balancing self-discovery, relationships, and new friendships. Ty shared the screen with stars such as Jessie Vane, Julian Larach, and Jordan Moore.
The same year, Ty featured in the TV series “Launchpad” in the episode entitled “The Ghost”, joiningd stars such as Otmara Marrero, Keyla Monterroso Mejia and Melba Martinez for this episode, which revolves around the story of Gabriel, a 7-year-old Chinese boy who loves ballet, and his friendship with Rob.
However, it was the TV series “Manifest” and the pivotal role of Cal Stone that launched Ty to stardom. The show, created by Jeff Rake, revolves around the passengers and crew of Montego Air Flight 828, which reappears after being missing for five and a half years. The cast of the series includes stars such as Melissa Roxburgh, Josh Dallas, Luna Blaise and J.R. Ramirez.
As Cal Stone, Ty Doran portrayed the son of Ben (Josh Dallas) and Grace Stone (Athena Karkanis), a key figure in the mysteries surrounding the plane’s disappearance and reappearance. Cal was one of the passengers on Flight 828, and is one of the central figures in unraveling the supernatural events that began. The series follows passengers as they start experiencing guiding voices and visions of future events, known as “callings”.
Despite the show’s cancellation after three seasons on NBC, the addition of “Manifest” to Netflix brought it newfound success and a surge in viewership. The series’ popularity on the streaming platform led to Netflix renewing it for a fourth and final season, solidifying Ty’s place as a rising star in the world of television.
According to authoritative sources, Ty Doran’s net worth is estimated at $1 million, as of late 2023.
Personal Life, Dating, Girlfriend, Single
Ty Doran has been in a romantic relationship with actress Harley Kirchhoff since February 2020.
Beyond his professional life, Doran likes to spend his free time reading books.
Another aspect of his personal life is his passion for traveling and discovering new places.
Appearance and Body Measurements
Ty Doran has brown hair and hazel eyes. He stands at a height of 5ft 10ins (1.77m), weighs approximately 155lbs (70kgs), with vital statistics of 44-32-19.