Ryan Reynolds

Ryan Reynolds, (born October 23, 1976, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada), Canadian actor known for being charismatic, quirky, and a quick-witted smart aleck.

Reynolds’s father was a food wholesaler, and his mother was a retail salesperson. He grew up the youngest of four brothers in an Irish Catholic family in Vancouver. He began acting at age 13 after attending an open casting call and landing a lead role in Nickelodeon’s teen soap opera Hillside (in the United States, Fifteen, 1991–93). After returning to Vancouver, he appeared in several TV movies and played a recurring role in the CBC fantasy series The Odyssey (1993–94) before graduating from Kitsilano Secondary School in 1994.

Reynolds subsequently started his own improv group, Yellow Snow. He also appeared in TV series such as Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years (1995), The Outer Limits (1995), and The X-Files (1996) while working nights as a grocery store clerk to make ends meet. In hopes of finding more reliable and steady work, he dropped out of Kwantlen Polytechnic University after only a few months and moved with a friend to Los Angeles when he was 19 years old.

After moving to Hollywood, Reynolds played a few supporting roles in TV series and movies. He was offered the role of Xander in Joss Whedon’s series  Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997–2003) but turned it down because he did not want to play a teenager anymore. Instead, he landed the role of medical school student Berg in the ABC sitcom  Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place (1998–2001). The series helped Reynolds develop his gifts for mimicry and imbecilic bumbling, qualities that were also showcased in his lead role in National Lampoon’s Van Wilder (2002). The screwball college comedy became a cult hit.

That role brought Reynolds work in a variety of genres. He starred in the Canadian heist flick Foolproof (2003), which was a box-office disappointment, and voiced the sidekick of Leslie Nielsen’s bumbling crime fighter in the Teletoon animated comedy series Zeroman (2004–05). He made the jump to big-budget Hollywood fare with a supporting role opposite Michael Douglas and Albert Brooks in the comedy  The In-Laws (2003) and starred with Wesley Snipes in the action movie  Blade: Trinity (2004), for which he trained for three months and gained 25 pounds.

His status as a Hollywood star firmly established, Reynolds starred or costarred in the comedies Waiting (2005), Just Friends (2005),  Adventureland (2009), and The Change-Up (2011); the romantic comedies  Definitely, Maybe (2008) with Rachel Weisz and  The Proposal (2009) opposite Sandra Bullock; and the action movies  Smokin’ Aces (2006),  X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009),  Green Lantern (2011),  R.I.P.D. (2013),  Self/less (2015), and  Deadpool (2016). The latter film was a blockbuster hit, and Reynolds subsequently starred in and cowrote the sequel,  Deadpool 2 (2018). He later appeared with Will Ferrell in Spirited (2022), a musical comedy inspired by Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol.

Reynolds also appeared in the action comedies  The Hitman’s Bodyguard (2017),  The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard (2021), and  Red Notice (2021). His thrillers included  Buried (2010), in which he played an American contractor entombed in a coffin in Iraq;  Safe House (2012), about a CIA agent trying to protect a criminal (played by Denzel Washington); and  6 Underground (2019), about a billionaire who recruits a team to overthrow a dictator. In 2021 he starred in the sci-fi comedy  Free Guy, portraying a bank teller who learns he is a character in a video game. In  The Adam Project (2022), Reynolds took the role of a time traveler who joins forces with his preteen self and late father to save the future, making peace with his past along the way.

Reynolds also lent his voice to the family films  The Croods (2013) and its  sequel (2020),  Turbo (2013), and  Pokémon Detective Pikachu (2019). Exhibiting his skill for self-mockery, he played himself in an episode of  Seth MacFarlane’s series  Family Guy (2011) and made memorable cameo appearances in MacFarlane’s feature comedies  Ted (2012) and  A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014).

Current Projects
Imaginary Friends
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Plot kept under wraps.
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Deadpool 3
2024Ryan as Deadpool
Wolverine joins the "merc with a mouth" in the third installment of the Deadpool film franchise.
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Dragon's Lair: The Movie
2024Ryan as Unknown
Dirk the Daring, a knight who sets out to rescue Princess Daphne from the evil dragon Singe and a wizard named Mordroc.
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Boy Band
2024Ryan as Unknown
Plot are under wraps
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Untitled Red Notice Sequel
2024Ryan as Nolan
Plot under wraps
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2025Ryan as Unknown
Based on the Hasbro board game, a band of strangers frantically try to figure out who is the murderer among them.
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Everyday Parenting Tips
2025Ryan as Unknown
Comedy that follows the challenges of raising kids during an ongoing Monster Uprising.
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Futha Mucka
2025Ryan as Ryan
Ryan helps take care of Sam, but when a minor mishap causes Sam to become Ryan's primary caregiver, things get weird.
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