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Ryan Kwanten Biography, Age, Movies and Tv Shows

Ryan Kwanten

Ryan Christian Kwanten is an Australian actor and comedian who was born on 28th November 1976. He played Vinnie Patterson from 1997 to 2002 in the Australian soap opera Home and Away. After his stint ended, he joined the American teen drama series Summerland, portraying Jay Robertson. In 2008, he was cast as Jason Stackhouse in True Blood.

Ryan Kwanten appeared on several TV shows Down Under, including a five year stint on the popular series Home and Away. After graduating from business school at the University of Sydney, he came to Los Angeles for what was supposed to be a brief visit but decided to stay, quickly building a reputation as a leading man with roles in several films and TV shows, including Summerland (2003), before adopting a southern drawl and landing the lead role in HBO’s True Blood alongside Academy Award-winner Anna Paquin.

Ryan Kwanten

Ryan Kwanten

Ryan Kwanten performs many of his own stunts and has become a go-to for films on both sides of the Pacific, including The Effects of Blunt Force Trauma with Mickey Rourke, Kidnapping Mr. Heineken  and as the title character in the critically acclaimed Griff the Invisible. He also showed his lighthearted side in the rom-com Not Suitable for Children, satire Knights of Badassdom and on Fox’s hit comedy New Girl. Recently, Kwanten joined fellow Aussie Toni Collette in loaning his voice to the iconic Australian children’s character Blinky Bill in Blinky Bill the Movie.

Ryan Kwanten Age

Ryan Kwanten was born on 28th November, 1976 in Sydney, New South Wales.

Ryan Kwanten Movies and Tv Shows

  1. True Blood
  2. New Girl
  3. Griff The Invisible
  4. Dead Silence
  5. Flicka
  6. Summerland
  7. Tru Calling
  8. The Junction Boys
  9. Spellbinder II: Land of the Dragon Lord
  10. A Drop of True Blood
  11. Edge
  12. The Oath
  13. Iron Chef America
  14. Kickin’ It
  15. Jake and the Never Land Pirates
  16. The Eric Andre Show
  17. The Queen Latifah Show
  18. The Social
  19. The Martha Stewart Show
  20. The Kilborn File
  21. Chelsea Lately
  22. Jimmy Kimmel Live
  23. The Getaway
  24. ES.TV
  25. Entertainers
  26. VH1 Divas