Deborah Ann Ryan Net Worth

Deborah Ann Ryan was born on November 04, 1952 in Huntsville, Alabama, United States, is Actress, Singer. Deborah Ann Ryan, better known as Debby Ryan, is still in her early 20’s, yet the youngster has achieved more than many people her age. Debby’s growth in tinsel town from being an actress to becoming a singer, producer and even a director, was slow but steady. This glam doll gained enough visibility as an actress through Disney Channel’s acclaimed original series ‘The Suite Life on Deck’. This show had earned approximately 5 million viewers and was ranked #1 among the many television shows targeted at children. Be it acting, producing, directing, singing or penning songs, this talented girl has tried them all. Many of her admirers have also hailed Debby as a fashion icon. Ryan has always amazed her fans with her cool and unique looks to such an extent that some of them have even showed interest in owning the same outfits that she has. One of her followers on the online image sharing platform, ‘Tumblr’, asked this young celeb if it’s possible to skydive into her closet. This style queen responded to this saying “People keep asking me (a version of) this question and I’m like YAS. So I’m making it possible soon for you people to shop in my closet and everyone can feel good about it. Eep!”
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress, Singer
Birth Day November 04, 1952
Birth Place Huntsville, Alabama, United States
Birth Sign Gemini
Sport(s) Basketball
1971–1975 Ursinus
Position(s) Point guard
1977–2011 Virginia
Overall 739–324 (.695)
Medal record Women’s Basketball Head Coach for  United States World University Games 2001 Beijing Team Competition Pan American Games 2003 Santo Domingo Team Competition Women’s BasketballHead Coach for  United StatesWorld University GamesPan American Games 2001 BeijingTeam Competition2003 Santo DomingoTeam Competition

💰 Net worth: $925 Thousand

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Ryan started as an assistant coach at Virginia under head coach Dan Bonner. In 1977, Ryan, who had recently completed graduate school in Virginia, was asked to become the head coach of the women's basketball program. She accepted, to become only the third head coach in the program's history. Ryan resigned after 34 years of head coaching duties at UVA at the completion the women's 2010–2011 basketball season. After her resignation, Ryan was a volunteer assistant coach of Seattle Storm for the 2011 WNBA season, reuniting with her former player Jenny Boucek, who is an assistant coach there. In 2014 Ryan was honored as one of the Library of Virginia's "Virginia Women in History" for her contributions to women's basketball and her actions as a cancer treatment advocate.


The US Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) awarded her the Coach of the Year award in 1991. She was also named the Naismith College Coach of the Year.


Ryan served as the head coach of the US representative to the 1999 World University Games (also known as the Universiade). The event was held in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. The US team opened with a 134–37 win over South Africa. The second game was against Canada, which the US team lost in a close match 68–67. The US could not afford to lose another game if they wished to win a medal, and won the next game against Japan 106–66. They next faced undefeated Russia, and fell behind by twelve points at halftime, but came back and won 79–68. The US fell behind in their next game against undefeated China, but rallied and went on to win 89–78. They beat Brazil to advance to the semi-final, where they faced Lithuania. The game was not close, with the US winning 70–49. That set up a rematch with China, on their home court with 18,000 spectators. The USA only had a four-point lead at halftime, but did better in the second half, and won 87–69 to claim the gold medal.