JEFF RYAN: "I WENT TO SCHOOL IN BOSTON FOR FILMMAKING. SINCE GRADUATING, I MOVED TO NEW YORK WHERE I HAVE WORKED ON MULTIPLE INDEPENDENT FILM PROJECTS, AS WELL AS SOME BIG-BUDGET HOLLYWOOD FILMS."
23rd August 2014
Who is Jeff Ryan?
I am an Actor, Model, Filmmaker, and lover of comedy.
What did you do before modeling?
Before modeling, I went to school in Boston for Filmmaking. Since graduating, I moved to New York where I have worked on multiple independent film projects, as well as some big-budget Hollywood films.
If you weren’t a model what would you be?
Your personal passion or hidden talents?
I love sports, but more specifically, I love basketball and golf. A personal passion of mine is playing sports in the rain. Alone, or with my friends, it doesn’t matter.
Ten years from now (you will be…)?
Ten years from now, I see myself continuing to do what I love, here in New York. I hope to be performing at the highest level in acting and modeling.
“Cho” – It would take too long to explain, but it’s a nickname my friends and I use for each other.
What’s no fun?
I love rainy days, so I guess what’s no fun for me, would be extremely hot days, and I have a tremendous discomfort for bees, snakes, and spiders.
Who's your favorite Supermodel?
I am still pretty new to this industry, so my knowledge of models is a little lacking. But, people
that I look to for inspiration in their career path, as well as the modeling they have done, would be Matthew Gray Gubler, Sean O’Pry, and Shemar Moore.
I love travelling and experiencing new places.
Current 'eye candy'?
If you want the truth, I love pens. I love office supplies & buying new pens. Call me 'weird', but that’s what my Internet searches consist of.
My favorite movie is 'The Graduate'.
Your Dream modeling Job?
Movies are often timeless for me.
What’s your beauty secret or essential grooming routine?
Never shower. Jokes! I have no secret, or routine, except for cycling – aka road biking.
A quote that sums you up:
“Talent + Perseverance = Luck. Be ready when it happens.”
- Steven Soderbergh