- Thu Feb 22, 2018, 9:18 AM GMT
The 'Deadpool' actor follows other celebrities to make investment in one of alcohol companies, Aviation Gin.READ MORE
With his unusual flair for comedy, Ryan Rodney Reynolds unmistakably has surpassed other aspiring fellows of his generation to be one of the most potential Canadian actors in Hollywood film industry. The youngest of four children who was born on October 23, 1976 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, he has been attracted to acting from an early age, looking from his enthusiasm to join a drama class at his school. By the age of 13, this son of Jim and Tammy Reynolds had already developed his acting career as he headed for Florida, U.S. to join the regular cast of Nickelodeon's TV series, "Hillside", or "Fifteen" in the U.S. version. Aired in 1990, this show actually garnered fair attention but could not live long enough as it finally came to its end in 1993 and so, failed to bring any significance to the boy's early career.
Upon his return to his hometown following the unsuccessful venture, Ryan attended Kwantlen College for a brief time before later decided to put full concentration on pursuing his goal. Involved in the Canada productions of "The Odyssey" (1992-1994) and "Ordinary Magic" (1993), he realized that the only way to flourish his career was by penetrating Hollywood film industry. Accompanied by fellow aspiring actor, Chris Martin, he then quickly headed for L.A. even before he turned 20 years old. In this cosmopolitan city, he wonderfully managed to obtain some roles, mostly in small screen productions, such as "My Name is Kate" (1994), "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" (1996-2003), and "In Cold Blood" (1996).
The Merc with a Mouth depicter has responded to an online troll criticizing him for inviting sick children who are part of the Make-a-Wish programme to the set of the 'Deadpool' sequel.READ MORE
The 41-year-old 'Deadpool' star took to social media to share a photo of himself with a very suspicious-looking, heart-shaped strawberry cake that he made for his actress wife for Valentine's Day.READ MORE
The 'Deadpool' actor will produce the new adaptation of the Hasbro board game through his company Maximum Effort, which has just made a three-year first look deal with Fox.READ MORE
The 'Gossip Girl' alum takes to social media to show off her husband's hilarious Christmas cookies fail, sharing a pic of the poorly-frosted red, green and white snowman and star-shaped cookies.READ MORE
The 'Deadpool' star takes the title role in the upcoming Pokemon movie, joining Justice Smith and Kathryn Newton.READ MORE