Ryan Corr was born in Melbourne, Australia on 15th January 1989. He is an actor by profession. He has collaborated with many movies and TV shows and is very popular for the roles he played in Love Child, Wolf Creek 2, etc. Ryan started his acting career at a very young age. At the age of thirteen, he debuted in the film industry with the picture, “Opraholic”. Corr played the role of Matthew McDougal which was more of a supporting character, but Ryan came to the limelight with his part in The Sleepover Club. He appeared in 25 episodes of the show.
The story is about five boys who hold sleepovers and make arrangement to solve their everyday problems. The sitcom was very popular and had two seasons in total. Soon after the shooting of The Sleepover Club ended, Ryan joined the ‘Silversun’ cast where he played the lead role as Sheng Zanetti. The plot of the series is about a spaceship that is carrying 550 people and helping them to settle in a new environment; they plan to shift in a new living planet which is two light years away from them. There were 40 episodes of this series, and the audience liked the show. Ryan continued to appear in many movies doing cameo appearances in them including Blue Heeler, Scooter: Secret Agent and ‘
He worked for the show, “Blue Water High” in 2006 for its second season where he was seen playing as the character of Eric Tanner. The show focuses on the life of a youth group at a surf academy, “Solar Blue” who get selected for a yearly program for surfer lovers. It had three seasons in total with a total number of 78 episodes. Apart from his acting, Ryan continued to receive education, and he graduated from National Institute of Dramatic Art in 2009. After graduation, Corr joined the cast of Underbelly: The Golden Mile and grabbed a permanent spot there. Ryan received many nominations and also received the
Heath Ledger scholarship.
Ryan’s most remarkable performance was in Wolf Creek 2 which was a thriller and was the sequel to the Wolf Creek. The movie grossed $4.3 million and received positive reviews from the critics but could not do well in business. Some critics described it as a gruesome and psychopathic flick. The romantic picture, “
Holding the Man” released in 2015 had Ryan in the lead playing the romantic guy for the first time. His next flick is the 2016 release, “