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RETURNS JANUARY 4 | TUESDAY 10/9c
DR. IGGY FROME Played By Tyler Labine

DR. IGGY FROME

Played By Tyler Labine

Actor Bio

Tyler Labine plays Dr. Iggy Frome on the NBC drama "New Amsterdam."

Labine's Dr. Frome is an attending child psychiatrist who likes to think outside the box but is continually beaten down by the hospital system. Labine can also be seen on the BBC America series "Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency" as Sherlock Hobbs, the overly enthusiastic small-town sheriff, starring opposite Elijah Wood and Samuel Barnett.

Previously, Labine starred on the Hulu comedy series "Deadbeat" for three seasons. Prior to that, Labine was a series regular on NBC's "Animal Practice," CBS' "Mad Love," FX's "Sons of Tucson," ABC's "Invasion" and The CW's "Reaper." Labine is also the voice of Hunk on "Voltron" for Netflix.

On the big screen, Labine has starred alongside Alan Tudyk in the horror-comedy "Tucker and Dale vs. Evil." His additional credits include "The Boss," "Little Evil," "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," "A Good Old-Fashioned Orgy" and "Super Troopers 2." He can also be seen in the independent films "Little Star," "Someone Marry Barry" and "Killing Winston Jones."

Labine's most recent film was "Escape Room," produced by Neal H. Moritz and Ori Marmur, starring opposite Logan Miller, Deborah Ann Wall and Taylor Russell.

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