| Ryan Long|| Producer|
| February 26, 1979 (age 36) (1979-02-26) Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
Ryan Royce Long (born February 26, 1979), is an American event producer, entrepreneur and philanthropist, best known for his work with high profile charitable fundraisers in Hollywood, California. Long played a major role in the development of several major non-profit organizations throughout his career in event production.
Ryan Long (producer) Wikipedia
Long began his career in Los Angeles, California organizing and producing events at local nightclubs. After nearly a decade of organizing and publicizing these events, he arguably became one of Hollywood's most successful promoters, running celebrity fueled, high caliber events for various venues and clubs in Los Angeles and worldwide, including the House of Blues, The Hard Rock cafe, and others. During this time, Long also founded Live Music Showcase, a platform used by artists and music industry representatives to gain exposure and sign talent. Long has been quoted in saying that although this time in his life was very important, he had always wanted to do something with a more meaningful impact in the world. And after years of promoting talent and artists through Live Music Showcase, Long embarked to use his numerous connections in the entertainment industry toward more "philanthropic endeavors."
Following the success of his previous events, Long executive produced another high-profile charity gala on the evening of the 86th Academy Awards. The event, known as Fame and Philanthropy, played host to various celebrities and various leaders in business, entertainment, and politics. Fame and Philanthropy featured a keynote speech from Academy Award winning director James Cameron, and was attended by actresses Charlize Theron and Halle Berry.
Fame and Philanthropy 2014 was the milestone launch for Long's career and arguably his jump start into the world of large-scale event production. Guests at Fame and Philanthropy included:Grammy Award winner Ne-Yo
Long served a vital role in the development of Unite4: Humanity, an award ceremony and dinner on the week of the 2014 Oscars. Although not the producer of the event, Long helped organize and raise funds for the gala, which was executive produced by philanthropist Anthony Melikhov. The event included several high-ranking celebrity guests including former US President Bill Clinton, who was the keynote speaker at the event and an award recipient. Other attendees of the event include:Forest Whitaker
William H. Macy
In 2012, Long executive produced his first major fundraising event known as Fame at the Mansion. The event, which was hosted by Grammy Award winner Sean "Diddy" Combs, was held at the Los Angeles Playboy Mansion on the evening of the 54th Grammy Awards. Playboy's founding father Hugh Hefner was honored at the event as "Humanitarian of the Year" and all proceeds of Fame at the Mansion went to the Angelwish Foundation, which supports children and families with chronic illness. Following the event, Diddy was featured on the Jimmy Kimmel show, and was quoted as saying that it was the "best party he has ever thrown." Notable guests which attended Fame at the Mansion include:Craig Robinson
Ryan Long lives in Burbank CA.