Tyrone wears a dark brown vest over a white shirt, with a red bow tie and belt. He wears a dark brown hat and pants, and light brown shoes. He has brown hair with a mustache and beard.
Tyrone gives you the following puzzles throughout Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask:
Chapter 1: The Mask of Chaos
On their way into the Dromedary Hotel, Professor Layton and the group notice Tyrone getting heated towards two bunny rabbits, who he wanted to cast out of the show. Luke steps in and asks why he wanted to do so, and Tyrone tells him they wouldn't learn any new tricks. Luke decides he would take one of the rabbits to train, and Tyrone gives him one week to do so, or else both rabbits would be out of the troupe. If he was able to train it, however, he would keep both rabbits in the show. This gives access to the Rabbit Show mini-game.
Chapter 3: The Battle of Monte d'Or
Professor Layton and the group visit Tyrone at the One-Ring Circus, to ask him the reason he had hired out so many costumes from Madame Lapushka's store. Knowing he was under suspicion, he quickly dismisses this by saying he rented out the costumes for the performers to wear when they wanted to enjoy the celebrations with everyone else, as he didn't want them wearing their work uniforms. After Layton solves his puzzles, he recommends he could become a circus clown or animal trainer, and tells them they should see the resident circus tiger, Maurice. He becomes surprised when they say they were to "talk" to the tiger.
In a special episode, Alphonse Dalston visits the circus, and Tyrone welcomes him, telling him the show didn't start for another three hours. Dalston was interested in seeing Maurice, however, and had brought treats.
Chapter 5: Miracles Unmasked
Tyrone expresses his joy to Professor Layton that he had another sell-out crowd that night, but was worried about Alphonse Dalston being jailed, as he was their sponsor. He wished for the real criminal to be caught soon, as he would need enough paying customers to be able to run the circus without a sponsor.
In a special episode, Tyrone is telling Collette how they had another sell-out show, and it was all thanks to Maurice. He says that no one could guess from the posters that Maurice wasn't actually fierce, and Collette comments on Stumble's good efforts at putting them up. Tyrone is only concerned that he spread ludicrous rumors however, and owes the success to his hard-working troupe. He seems to think that Maurice was worth more than a hundred of his rabbits, but Collette has faith in the rabbits. Yukkles then comes up to Tyrone, asking him if he had eaten his food, as it wasn't in the food tent. Tyrone knew that Stumble was the culprit, which reminded Yukkles that he had seen him eating some pudding earlier.
Chapter 7: The Reunion Inn
Tyrone explains to Professor Layton that Monte d'Or was just a barren desert before the city was developed. His circus troupe would often cut through the desert, telling their stories of their blunders on stage around a fire. He wasn't able to do that so often these days however, due to television. He then explains that it was important to remember the ups and downs of your life, particularly the ups. Layton then explains that if it weren't for his past, he wouldn't be the person who he was today.
"Tyrone worked his way up through the One-Ring Circus troupe until he finally earned the title of Ringmaster! His friendly appearance belies a quick temper, but that doesn't stop the troupe from loving him to bits."