|Date of Birth||18 June 1980 , Wilmington, Delaware, USA|
|Birth Name||Ryan Christopher Spahn|
|Height||5' 10" (1.78 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
While attending Juilliard, Ryan wrote, produced, and starred in three feature films. "He's Way More Famous Than You" is co-written by Halley Feiffer, directed by Michael Urie, and stars Ryan, Feiffer, Urie, Natasha Lyonne, Jesse Eisenberg, and Ben Stiller. The film received theatrical and VOD distribution through Gravitas Ventures, Archstone, and Warner Bros. Digital. "Grantham & Rose" is directed by Tony-nominee, Kristin Hanggi, and stars Ryan, Marla Gibbs, and Jake T. Austin. "Woven" is co-written by Haile Selassie's great-granddaughter, Salome Mulugeta, and stars Ryan, Mulugeta, and Ryan O'Nan. Ryan also produced and starred in two short films, "The Hyperglot," which was directed by Michael Urie, and "The Thao of Thom," also directed by Michael Urie and penned by Spahn. Nobody in the history of The Juilliard School has created five films while attending the program. For this, Ryan was recognized by "The Advocate," which singled out forty "accomplished leaders in politics, sports, science, religion, and the arts... the architects of the next decade."
For his stage work, Ryan won the LA Weekly Theatre Award, and was nominated for the LA Drama Critics Circle and Stage Scene LA.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Emkago