“Eyewitness” star Tyler Young turned a year older on Saturday, Dec. 17.

In a tweet confirming his birthday, Young shared that he was very much thrilled with all the birthday greetings he received from fans. He also asked his followers to do something kind for someone as a present to him.

In addition to his fans, Young’s “Eyewitness” costars also didn’t forget to greet him on social media. James Paxton, who plays Lukas Waldenbeck on the USA Network series, gave Young a birthday shoutout on Twitter. He shared a photo of him with Young and expressed a little frustration over not being able to celebrate his birthday with him.

Meanwhile, Julianne Nicholson greeted Young a happy birthday with a behind-the-scenes photo she shared on Instagram. The snapshot, which shows Young, Paxton and Gil Bellows, was taken by the actress during their first weekend in Ontario, Canada, where they shot “Eyewitness.”  The actress, who plays Helen Torrance on the series, also reminded fans that the show’s Season 1 finale airs tonight.

Bellows also gave Young a birthday shoutout on Instagram. The “Ally McBeal” alum, who plays Gabe Caldwell on “Eyewitness,” wrote that he’s honored to have gotten the chance to work with the birthday boy. Bellows also told Young that he deserves all the good things he has received this year.

It’s unclear how exactly Young celebrated his birthday. But based on his latest Instagram post, he spent his special day with his longtime girlfriend, Iliana Raykovski, together with their pet dog Oliver.

According to Famous Birthdays, Young is already 26. But some fans think that he could be a lot younger.

Before landing the role of Philip Shea on “Eyewitness,” Young played J.P on the children’s show “The Avatars,” which he filmed in Spain. His other notableTV credits include FOX’s “Empire” and NBC’s “Chicago Fire.” He will be next seen in the upcoming ABC miniseries “When We Rise” and is set to star in the horror film “The Mystery of Casa Matusita.”

“Eyewitness” Season 1, episode 10, titled “Mother’s Day,” airs on Sunday, Dec. 18 at 10 p.m. EST on USA Network. Check out the synopsis and the trailer for the episode below:

“Helen reels after learning the identity of the killer; when Lukas and Philip go missing, Helen races to find them.”