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Full Name  Ryan Paul James
Name  Ryan James
Spouse  Melissa Disney (m. 2010)
Other names  Ryan James
Role  Actor
Movies and TV shows  MMC, The Profit
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Born  March 29, 1976 (age 39) (1976-03-29) Tampa, Florida
Occupation  Actor, writer, TV host, radio personality, director
People also search for  Melissa Disney, Peter N. Alexander, Louise Gallagher, Carl Femling

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Ryan Paul James (born March 29, 1976), also billed as Ryan James, is an actor, radio personality, writer, TV host and director born in Tampa, Florida. He debuted as an actor in 1994 with The Mickey Mouse Club and has gone on to act in television, stage and film. He directed a documentary on suicide called "What If" with Art Linkletter. He hosts a TV show on JC-TV called Rewind in Los Angeles, California. In more recent years, Ryan has been a critically acclaimed playwright. One critic noting that "Ryan is an American Playwright to watch" and another critic calling him "the Neil Simon of his generation". He has recently started writing for television. He has created a show called "The Comeback Kids" starring Gavin MacLeod, Bernie Kopell, Richard Horvitz, Dean Cameron, Keith Coogan, Scott Schwartz, Erin Murphy, Melissa Disney, Lark Voorhies, Aileen Quinn, Eve Plumb, Kathy Garver and Mariette Hartley. In October 2010 Ryan married actress Melissa Disney.

Contents

Writer of the Plays

  • Night Stories (2006)
  • Lost In Radioland (2009)
  • The World's Worst Play, Ever (2010)
  • Desperatley Seeking Love (2012)
  • What's So Funny? (2013)
  • Abstraction (2014)
  • Hitch (2015)
  • Writer of Television

  • Rewind (2008)
  • TX10 (2008)
  • Extreme Video Zone (2008)
  • The High Road (2014)
  • The Comeback Kids (2015) - Creator
  • Writer of Documentaries

  • What If? (2007)
  • And The Show Must Go On (2008)
  • Actor in Commercials

  • Chevrolet (1995)
  • Nike (1996)
  • Pepsi One (1999)
  • Dennys (1999)
  • Buzz On Books (2001)
  • Cox Cable (2002)
  • Food Lion (2002)
  • Universal Studios (2004)
  • NAPA Auto Parts (2004)
  • Doritos (2010)
  • Actor on Stage

  • Our Town (1993)
  • A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur's Court(1994)
  • Death Of A Salesman(1998)
  • Taming Of The Shrew (1998)
  • The Boys Next Door (1998)
  • A New War (2005)
  • Bar 5 (2005)
  • Bill W. and Dr. Bob (2006)
  • Chaim's Love Song (2006)
  • Night Stories (2006)-Director
  • Bent (2007)
  • The Howie Monologues (2007)
  • Arsenic And Old Lace (2007)
  • Resting In Pieces (2007)
  • Night Stories- A Christmas Special" (2007)- Writer and Director
  • Subway Series (2008)
  • Perfect Teeth For Crocodile Land" (2008)
  • "Lovers And Other Strangers" (2008)
  • "Night Stories- A 1940's Radio Play" (2008)- Writer and Director
  • Night Stories- A Christmas Special" (2008)- Writer and Director
  • A Lonely Impulse Of Delight (2009)
  • Lost In Radioland (2009–2010)- Writer and Director (Theatre 68)
  • Lost In Radioland (2010)- Writer and Director (Palisades Theatre)
  • The World's Worst Play Ever (Summer of 2011)- Writer and Director (Palisades Theatre)
  • Lost In Radioland- Hollywood's Christmas/Chanukah Spectacular (Christmas 2011)- Writer (Theatre 68)
  • The Adventures of Sherlatch Homes (1 Act) (January 2012)- Writer (Theatre 68)
  • Desperately Seeking Love (July 2012)- Writer & Director (The Palisades Theatre)
  • Actor on TV

  • Mickey Mouse Club (1994) (5 Episodes)
  • Emerald Cove (1994)
  • Florida Lady (1995)
  • Kenan & Kel (1996)
  • Second Noah (1996) (2 Episodes)
  • Extreme Video Zone (2004)
  • 50 Top Music Videos of 2005 (2006)
  • Top 3 (2006)
  • 50 Top Music Videos of 2006 (2007)
  • Rewind (2006 to Present)
  • Stage 4 (2007)
  • Real Videos From Knotts Berry Farm (2008)
  • Actor in Film

  • The Morning After (1997)
  • Vampyre Wars (1997)
  • The Rave (2000)
  • Ante Up (2000)
  • The Profit (2001)
  • Bleed (2002)
  • Attraction (2005)
  • T.H.E.S.P.I.A.N. (2007)
  • Lucky Leo. (2007)
  • Serial Dater (2008)
  • What If? (2008)- Director
  • Getaway (2008)
  • ... And The Show Must Go On" (2008)- Director and Writer [IN DEVELOPMENT]
  • L Opera (2008)
  • Where's Henry (2009)
  • Vibrations (2009)
  • Mark (2010)
  • Clash (2011)
  • Music Videos

  • 4 Him- Measure Of A Man (1996)
  • Sara Evans- True Lies (1998)
  • Radio

  • 100.7 Kiss FM (1996–1999) Tampa, FL
  • Star 95.7 (2000) Tampa, FL
  • 970 WFLA (1999–2001) Tampa, FL
  • 570 WTBN (2001–2004) Tampa, FL
  • Meltdown Radio Network (2002–2004) Tampa, FL
  • 99.5 KKLA Los Angeles, CA
  • 95.9 The Fish (2004–2010) Los Angeles, CA
  • References

    Ryan Paul James Wikipedia


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