Ryan Lee biography
Date of Birth: October 4, 1996
Born and raised in Austin, Texas, Ryan Lee began his acting career attending summer acting camp. He went on to work in a number of student short films at the University of Texas Radio, Television and Film Department. His first professional role was a guest appearance on the TV series Friday Night Lights, which filmed in Austin. He made his big screen debut in the small budget film Kings of the Evening (2008), which played on four screens in the States.
His next TV role came in 2009, when he played a neighbor's kid on the Sony Pictures Television series Breaking Bad. In 2010 he played a recurring role on ABC's My Generation. Ryan's biggest role to date was in the box office hit Super 8 (2011), directed by J.J. Abrams and executive produced by Steven Spielberg.
Additionally, in partnership with the Trevor Romain Foundation, Lee lends his voice to the animated series "With You All The Way!" Deployment Kit. The Trevor Romain Foundation in conjunction with the USO helps children and their families prepare and understand deployment, stay connected during the separation and plan for reintegration. "With You All The Way"! has been formally presented to the Department of Defense.
When he's not acting, Lee loves to play baseball, basketball and football. A nature lover, he is a member of the Boy Scouts and loves driving ATVS and target shooting.
Ryan Lee Filmography