Michelle Ryan

About Michelle Ryan

Who is it?: Actress, Soundtrack
Birth Day: April 22, 1984
Birth Place:  Enfield, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom
Birth Sign: Taurus
Occupation: Actress
Years active: 2000–present

Michelle Ryan Net Worth

Michelle Ryan was bornon April 22, 1984 in  Enfield, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom, is Actress, Soundtrack. Michelle Ryan was born on April 22nd, 1984 in Enfield, Middlesex, England.She started her career performing in a Dance Gala at The London Palladium with "Wayne Sleep" (1998), with her first television role being "Dolores" in the children's program, The Worst Witch: Fair Is Foul and Fouls Are Fair (2000).She then went on to play "Zoe Slater" in the BBC Soap, EastEnders (1985) (2000-2005), with a two hander episode in which her character, "Zoe Slater", shared the screen with her mother, "Kat Slater", drawing in 19 million viewers and winning "Best Single Episode" at the British Soap Awards (2002). Ryan was also nominated in the category of Best Actress at the British Soap Awards (2005).Her first movie role came in 2005 with Sean Ellis' Cashback (2004). Then appearing, alongside Faye Dunaway, in Flick (2008), which was nominated for the Raindance Award at the British Independent Film Awards, and I Want Candy (2007) with Carmen Electra. She has taken other independent movie roles in Noel Clarke's 4.3.2.1. (2010); Girl Walks Into a Bar (2011) with Josh Hartnett, Danny DeVito and Carla Gugino; The Man Inside (2012) with Ashley Walters and Peter Mullan (2012); and Cockneys vs Zombies (2012) with Harry Treadaway (2012).Ryan has appeared in a number of UK television series, including Jekyll (2007), for the BBC as psychiatrist "Katherine Reimer", with James Nesbitt, Mansfield Park (2007) for ITV as "Maria Bertram" opposite Rory Kinnear before being cast as "Jaime Sommers" in the title role for NBC's 2007 remake of Bionic Woman (2007). Other TV roles include "Nimueh" in Merlin (2008) for the BBC (2008), "Lady Christina de Souza" in Bac Si Vo Danh: Planet of the Dead (2009) for the BBC (2009) and as "Saz Paley" with Olivia Colman in Mister Eleven (2009) for ITV (2009).Alongside her TV and Film work, she has appeared in theatre productions "Who's the Daddy" (2005) at the Kings Head Theatre in Islington, "The Talented Mr. Ripley" at The Royal Derngate Theatre in Northampton (2010) playing the role of "Marge", opposite Kyle Soller, and as the lead role of "Sally Bowles" in "Cabaret" at The Savoy Theatre, London (2012).Ryan joined Piper Perabo for a 6-episode arc as "CIA agent Helen Hanson" in Covert Affairs (2010) for the USA Network (2013).Michelle can also be seen in Andròn: The Black Labyrinth (2015), starring Alec Baldwin and Danny Glover.
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💰 Net worth: $1.1 Million

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Biography/Timeline

2000

A member of a local theatre group since she was 10, she was picked for her role in EastEnders when she was 16 and first appeared on the show in September 2000. She left the series in June 2005 and has since stated that she does not intend to return to EastEnders.

2005

During summer 2005, Ryan appeared in a run of Who's the Daddy? at the King's Head Theatre. The play by Toby Young and Lloyd Evans is based on the David Blunkett paternity case.

2006

Ryan had a small role in an episode of Agatha Christie's Marple which screened in February 2006, and also appeared in a small independent film the same year, Cashback.

2007

Prior to Bionic Woman, she appeared in Jekyll for the BBC, a modern-day version of Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde starring James Nesbitt. It began its six-episode run on 16 June 2007, and was released on DVD in the United States on 18 September 2007, one week prior to her debut in Bionic Woman.

2008

Ryan also filmed an ITV romantic drama, Mister Eleven in 2008.

2009

Also in 2009, Ryan filmed 4.3.2.1., a crime thriller starring Emma Roberts, Noel Clarke, Tamsin Egerton and Ophelia Lovibond.

2010

In October 2010, she completed filming the terrorist thriller Cleanskin. That same year, she appeared in the comedy film Huge alongside Noel Clarke, Johnny Harris, Ralph Brown, Thandie Newton, and Tamsin Egerton, directed by Ben Miller. Another film, No Ordinary Trifle, is in post-production. Also in 2011, Ryan played Helena from A Midsummer Night's Dream in the BBC Learning project, Off By Heart Shakespeare and delivered the speech: "Lo, she is one of this confederacy!"

2012

For the final months of 2012, Ryan toured with Will Young in a production of Cabaret. This production also played in London's West End.