More Ryan Reynolds Bios & Profiles
Biography #2 (for Blade: Trinity)Ryan Reynolds is quickly emerging as one of Hollywood's most sought-after leading young men. With a unique flare for comedy, Reynolds received critical acclaim for his comedic performance as the title role in Artisan Entertainment / Tapestry Film's National Lampoon's Van Wilder.
Reynolds recently completed production on the Lion's Gate feature Waiting for writer/director Rob Mckitrick, as well as MGM's The Amityville Horror, a remake of the classic cult horror film.
Reynolds' other feature film credits include the comedic drama The Alarmist, which received critical acclaim at the Sundance Film Festival, as well as the features Buying The Cow, Finders Fee, Dick, Coming Soon, Ordinary Magic, Foolproof and the Warner Bros. remake of The In Laws.
Biography #3 (for The In-Laws)Ryan Reynolds is quickly emerging as one of Hollywood's most sought-after young leading men with a unique flair for comedy. He received critical acclaim last year for his comedic performance in the title role in Artisan Entertainment/Tapestry Film's National Lampoon's Van Wilder.
Reynolds recently wrapped production on two independent features: Foolproof, an action/heist film produced by Atom Egoyan and School of Life, with David Paymer, a humorous story about the friendship between two teachers.
Next, he will begin shooting Robert McKittrick's indie feature Waiting, revolving around a group of 20-somethings wasting their lives in dead-end jobs at a chain restaurant.
Reynolds' other feature film credits include a co-starring role opposite Kate Capshaw, Stanley Tucci and David Arquette in the comedic drama The Alarmist, as well as Buying the Cow, Finders Fee, Dick, Coming Soon, Ordinary Magic and Teen Monster. Reynolds also appeared in several made-for-television movies including Truman Capote's In Cold Blood and The Magarethe Cammermeyer Story, starring Glenn Close. He received a Youth in Film Award nomination for Best Young Actor for his work in the Nickelodeon series Fifteen.
Reynolds is fondly remembered for his hysterical portrayal of medical student Michael Berg in ABC's Two Guys and a Girl. The show was a comedic success for four seasons.