Ryan Phillippe
Ryan Phillippe
Celebrated Name: Ryan Phillippe
Real Name/Full Name: Matthew Ryan Phillippe
Gender: Male
Age: 45 years old
Birth Date: 10 September 1974
Birth Place: New Castle, Delaware, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.74 m
Weight: 78 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Divorced
Wife/Spouse (Name): Reese Witherspoon (m. 1999–2007)
Children: Yes (Ava Elizabeth Phillippe, Kai Knapp, Deacon Reese Phillippe)
Dating/Girlfriend
(Name):
N/A
Profession: Actor
Net Worth in 2020: $35 Million
Last Updated: February 2020

Ryan Phillippe is an actor, director, as well as a writer, who is best recognised for his starring roles in a series of films, like Cruel Intentions, I Know What You Did Last Summer, and 54 during the 1990s.

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Early Life

Ryan Phillippe was born in the year 1974 to Susan and Richard Phillippe. His mother worked as a daycare centre in the family’s house whereas his father was a chemist. His birthplace is New Castle, located in Delaware.

Basically, he is of partly French descent, and he completed graduation from the Barbizon Modeling and Acting Program within Wilmington, located in Delaware.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on 10 September 1974, Ryan Phillippe is 45 years old as of today’s date 27th February 2020. His height is 1.74 m tall, and weight is 78 kg.

Career

Ryan Phillippe started off his acting based career after getting contracted to Cathy Parker Management in Voorhees, located in New Jersey. Soon after that, he has noted appearance infamous ABC daytime drama entitled One Life to Live.

The actor’s character named Billy Douglas, whom he performed from the period of 1992 till 1993, was noted to be the first gay teenager working on a daytime soap opera.

After resigning from the show, he relocated to Los Angeles, wherein he performed in many minor parts in different TV series like Due South, Matlock, the TV miniseries entitled The Secrets of Lake Success, and films, like the year 1995 film entitled Crimson Tide as well as the year 1996 film entitled White Squall.

In the successive years, he performed in a crime drama entitled The Way of the Gun, featured as a renowned software engineer working in a thriller entitled Antitrust, as well as he co-starred in Gosford Park, nominated for the Oscar for Best Picture.

Later, Phillippe got supporting parts in movies like Igby Goes Down and Crash, which has won the Oscar for Best Picture.

He was featured in the Canadian/South African based production named The Bang-Bang Club, which describes the real-life story of Bang-Bang Club, four different South African photographers whose images accepted the bloody finish of apartheid.

During summer 2010, he has started filming the edition of popular crime novel entitled The Lincoln Lawyer, accepting a character of Louis Roulet, known as a rich Los Angeles playboy suspect of a crime for which his liability is indistinct.

In the year 2012, Phillippe concentrated on his directorial debut entitled Catch Hell, known as an indie thriller wherein he features as a failing movie actor who should plan an imaginative escape after he got abducted and laboured while creating a film in Shreveport, located in Louisiana.

Awards & Achievements:

Ryan Phillippe has won Satellite Awards Outstanding Motion Picture Ensemble in the year 2002. In the same year, he too won Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture. In the year 2014, he has won the Pencil Award Best Actor.

Net Worth & Salary of Ryan Phillippe in 2020

Ryan Phillippe Net Worth 2019As of February 2020, Ryan Phillippe has an estimated net worth of $35 Million. He makes his fortune from being an actor mainly, and he also served as a director.

It is found that the representation of Barry William Cox within a crime thriller entitled I Know What You Did Last Summer in the year 1997 was noted to be a turning point of his career that has gradually attained appreciated stature and Cruel Intentions.

During the 2000s, the actor has performed in higher critically-acclaimed films such as 2001’s Academy Award Best Picture nominee Gosford Park, 2005’s Academy Award-winning ensemble film Crash, as well as 2006 war drama entitled Flags of Our Fathers.

Recently, he earned great by working as an executive producer as well as a speaker on Isolated, which was aired in the year 2013. Apart from directing, co-producing, as well as featuring in the movie, he has to co-write a script with Joe Gossett

Ryan Phillippe is one of those actors for whom era of the 1990s proved to be a turning point of his career, garnering higher acclaimed roles and appearances. It is his awards achievements which facilitated him to attain even higher acclaim in the acting industry.

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