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Overview (2)

Birth NameStevie K. Ryan
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (2)

Actress and writer Stevie Ryan was born and raised in the small town of Victorville, California. She made the move to Los Angeles at the age of 19 to pursue her dreams in the entertainment industry. An innate go-getter equipped with a tenacious work ethic, she hit the ground running, booking and scheduling her own photo shoots for head shots, scouring the internet for casting calls, and submitting herself for auditions. All it took was securing an audition for Hillary Duff's music video "So Yesterday" for Stevie to know she had found her calling. Throughout 2006 and 2007, Stevie continued to book various commercial projects on her own while also delving deeper into her true passion: writing, filming, editing, and acting in her own videos which she posted online. The videos soon became a phenomenon and when the characters she was bringing to life began developing a cult like following, industry executives from New York to Los Angeles began to take notice.

In 2010, Stevie was contacted by New Wave Entertainment [NWE] after they saw an online parody Stevie made of one of their shows. Blown away by Stevie's talent and impressive body of work, NWE had a vision to develop a TV series to compliment the online empire Stevie had already built for herself. Together they came up with "Stevie TV", a sketch comedy format parodying top pop culture personalities and phenomenon with Stevie as the star. It didn't take long for the network offers to come in and Stevie and NWE soon found a home for "Stevie TV" at VH1.

When not working on "Stevie TV" and other projects, Stevie is a self-described homebody. She enjoys hanging out with her two dogs, doing crafts [like decoupage], making videos, drinking tea, and of course, watching all kinds of TV.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: NWE

Actress and writer Stevie Ryan was born and raised in the small town of Victorville, California. She made the move to Los Angeles at the age of 19 to pursue her dreams in the entertainment industry. An innate go-getter equipped with a tenacious work ethic, she hit the ground running, booking and scheduling her own photo shoots for head shots, scouring the internet for casting calls, and submitting herself for auditions. All it took was securing an audition for Hillary Duff's music video "So Yesterday" for Stevie to know she had found her calling. Throughout 2006 and 2007, Stevie continued to book various commercial projects on her own while also delving deeper into her true passion: writing, filming, editing, and acting in her own videos which she posted online. The videos soon became a phenomenon and when the characters she was bringing to life began developing a cult like following, industry executives from New York to Los Angeles began to take notice. In 2010, Stevie was contacted by New Wave Entertainment [NWE] after they saw an online parody Stevie made of one of their shows. Blown away by Stevie's talent and impressive body of work, NWE had a vision to develop a TV series to compliment the online empire Stevie had already built for herself. Together they came up with "Stevie TV", a sketch comedy format parodying top pop culture personalities and phenomenon with Stevie as the star. It didn't take long for the network offers to come in and Stevie and NWE soon found a home for "Stevie TV" at VH1. When not working on "Stevie TV" and other projects, Stevie is a self-described homebody. She enjoys hanging out with her two dogs, doing crafts [like decoupage], making videos, drinking tea, and of course, watching all kinds of TV. As of February 2014 Stevie is dating Bruce Marshall Romans. Bruce is a Writer/Co-producer for the show Hell Wheels and met through mutual friends. he can be seen at times on her instagram.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: SKR

Trivia (1)

Stevie Ryan is best known online for her roles as Little Loca and Sceney Sceneable. Each character had a fully developed online social network presence that the viewers interacted with. By doing so, the viewers influenced the development of the narrative in the same manner as a modern alternate reality game (ARG).

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