Biography of Ryan Knowles
Ryan Knowles is an actor, singer, comedian, writer, television host, speech coach, and motivational speaker from the United States. In 2006, Knowles was named host of Nickelodeon’s daily live show ME: TV.
Age of Ryan Knowles
He turns 44 in December 2022. Ryan was born on December 12, 1978 in Whittier, California, United States of America.
Wife of Ryan Knowles – Married
Ryan has not made his relationship public. His marital status, whether married, engaged, divorced or single, is unknown.
Ryan Knowles net worth
Ryan has an estimated net worth of $4 million.
Ryan Knowles Career
Knowles is a motivational speaker, speech and performance coach, and consultant to students, politicians, and business leaders. Knowles made her Broadway debut in The Lightning Thief on October 16, 2020, for a limited 16-week engagement at the Longacre Theater. The New York Times named her performance to its “Best Of Theater 2019” list after playing nine characters with 25 quick transitions. Off-Broadway, Knowles starred alongside Christine Pedi, Michael West, Christina Bianco and others in the award-winning themed revue NEWSical: The Musical at the Kirk Theater in Theater Row. Knowles appeared on the Radio City Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall, as well as other Rockettes projects. Knowles composed and performed “DIG & BE DUG: The Gospel of Lord Buckley” as a solo performance for the Planet Connections Theater Festival.
In the spring of 2010, he received critical acclaim for his performance as the evil, dictatorial Roman Emperor Caligula in Randy Weiner (The Donkey Show) and the debauched Caligula Maximus by Alfred Preisser, a new circus/musical/extravaganza at The MaMa ETC in the Ellen Stewart Theatre. Knowles appeared as “Prospero” in the new musical Tempest at New York’s Cherry Lane Theater in 2006. He reworked Shakespeare’s text and co-wrote the book with Daniel Neiden, based on a concept by the writer Thomas Meehan. Knowles played Sherlock Holmes in the New York premiere of the new mystery Hound, for which he received the Planet Connections Theater Festival Award for Outstanding Performance by a Supporting Actor.
In 2005, he performed “Nick Bottom” in the hit 1950s musical rendition of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Fools In Love, for over a year at the Manhattan Ensemble Theater in Soho. Knowles performed identical roles on The Lightning Thief’s first national tour for 9 months before its Broadway debut. Knowles spent a year on the North American leg of the worldwide hit musical We Will Rock You! of Queen and Ben Elton in 2013/2014. Knowles Knowles is the author of stand-up comedies, comedy sketches, short stories, six plays and two musicals, including “DIG & BE DUG: The Gospel of Lord Buckley”, “Nick Bottom’s Extravaganza!” and “The Tempest: The Musical.
Knowles directed his first film, Camp Hell, a chilling thriller from Holedigger Films, in 2008. Oscar-nominated Bruce Davison, Emmy winner Dana Delany, and Jesse Eisenberg all appear in the film. The film hit theaters in 2011. Knowles is a speech coach and political strategist in addition to performing. He has worked as a speechwriter and debate/vocal coach for numerous local and state politicians across the country. Knowles is also one of the nation’s leading speech and performance consultants for competitive high school students.