|Real Name||Debby Ann Ryan|
|Date of Birth||May 13, 1993|
|Birth Place||Huntsville, Alabama|
|Family||Father: John Ryan|
Mother: Missy Ryan
Siblings: Chase Ryan
|Height||5’5″ (165 cm)|
Debby Ryan Bio / Wiki
Deborah Ann “Debby” Ryan is an American actress and singer. Ryan is best known for starring as Bailey Pickett in the Disney Channel Original Series The Suite Life on Deck. The Suite Life on Deck established Ryan as a teenager idol and have become the most-watched children’s show on television since its premiere in October 2008. Ryan started acting in professional theatres at the age of seven; in 2007 she appeared in the Barney & Friends straight-to-DVD film Barney: Let’s move to the Firehouse and then was discovered in a nationwide search by Disney. She is also known for appearing in the 2008 film The Longshots as Edith.
In 2010, she starred in the film, 16 Wishes, which was the most-watched cable program on the day of its premiere on the Disney Channel and one among the most-watched movies on television. Additionally, 16 Wishes introduced Ryan to new audiences, like the contemporary adult audiences since the movie received high viewership in the adults demo (18-34). Ryan starred in the independent theatrical film, What If…, which premiered on August 20, 2010.
Debby Ryan Family
Debby’s was keen about acting since a really young age and had participated in several competitions. She had started performing in plays at the tender age of seven. Her father, John Ryan was a military man and because of his nature of job, Debby lived in various parts of Europe. She was a quiet child and her mother, Missy Ryan used to pull her out of her hiding place.
Debby considers her guitarist elder brother Chase Ryan as her role model. The brother-sister duo has even performed for the songs of albums that were either produced or written by Debby. The talented artist also handles a music blog, wherein she released the promos of her songs.
Debby Ryan Career
Debby started her journey by appearing in commercials like that of the gadget ‘iDog’ and various others, during her early teens. At the age of 13, Debby made her first onscreen appearance in a television series named ‘Barney and Friends’. Her first lead role was in the series ‘The Suite Life on Deck’, a sitcom aired on ‘Disney Channel’ in 2008. After this Ryan bagged the lead role in the independent film, ‘What if…’, wherein she shared the screen with actors Kevin Sorbo and Kristy Swanson.
Later, she starred in an adult film titled ‘16 wishes’, for which she also penned songs. Debby’s entry into ‘Hollywood’ was also quite early, she first appeared in the movie ‘Barney: Let’s move to the Firehouse’ in 2007 and till date, she has appeared in five movies.
‘The Suite Life on Deck’ and ‘16 wishes’ brought her fame as an actor, a song writer and producer, as a results of which she launched her own series, titled ‘Jessie’. apart from acting and producing, Debby even directed an episode of this series which earned her the reputation of being the youngest director within the history of television. The youngster has also essayed quite few mature roles, like the one she played in one among the episodes of ‘Private Practice’.
This talented youngster has produced several projects, which include ‘Jessie’ also as several music albums. Ryan was also involved in the making of 16 songs, belonging to of various albums, wherein she played different roles, such as that of a singer, songwriter and co-producer/producer.
Debby is also a member of the band named ‘Debby and the Never Ending’, which was formed in 2012. She released her first ever full length album ‘One’ on 24th June, 2014. Her band members, who Debby also apparently considers her best friends, include Kyle Moore, Carman Kubanda, Edwin Carranza, Johnny Franco and Harry Allen respectively.
Debby Ryan Controversies
Humans often make mistakes, but accepting them and refraining from repeating is very important. Quite recently, Debby was busted for drinking and driving. according to news reports, Debby was arrested on 5th April, around 19:00 hours in los angeles, when she crashed her car into a black ‘Mercedes’. Police conducted a couple of tests and concluded that Debby had consumed alcohol and the amount in her blood was 0.11%. a person present in the car was injured, because of which the actress was booked for ‘DUI’ (Driving under Influence).
Therefore, the young singer was released the next day after paying a heavy fine of $100,000. After the news broke out, Ryan tweeted “Over the previous couple of days I have had a chance to think my actions, and i wish I had a better judgment.” She also added “I recognize that i’m a role model and have always worked hard to set a good example for millions of my fans. i’m sorry to disappoint everyone.”
Debby Ryan Boyfriends & Affairs
Debby Ryan and actor Jason Dolley dated from 2008 to January 2009.
Debby Ryan and actor Sean Marquette dated in 2009.
Debby Ryan and British actor Gregg Sulkin dated from February 2008 to January 2010.
Debby Ryan is rumored to have linked up with actor Lucas Till in 2010.
Spencer Boldman is rumored to have had a fling with Debby Ryan in September 2013.
Twenty One Pilots drummer Josh Dun and Debby Ryan were in a relationship from May 2013 to September 2014. However they got back together in 2016.
Debby Ryan Net Worth
Ryan is an American actress and singer who has a net worth of $4 million.
Debby Ryan Instagram, YouTube, Twitter
Debby Ryan Fast Facts
- Father was in the military; she lived in Germany for 3 years before returning to the U.S. when she was 10.
- Was a school mascot (a wildcat) in secondary school and was on the chess team.
- Appeared in commercials for iDog and the of Life: Twists and Turns.
- Host of the inaugural AllyKatzz Tween Girl Summit Music Festival in 2009.
- Watched Sixteen Candles to organize for her 2010 film 16 Wishes, about a teen who makes a secret wish list for her 16th birthday and they begin to come true.
- Plays guitar and keyboards and has recorded songs for her movies 16 Wishes and Radio Rebel (2012), and the TV shows The Suite Life on Deck and Jessie.
- Active in the charities Friends for Change and Free the youngsters.
Debby Ryan Filmography
|2006||Barney and Friends||Debby||Recurring role (Season 10)|
|2008||Jonas Brothers: Living the Dream||Herself||Episode: “Hello Hollywood”|
|2008–11||The Suite Life on Deck||Bailey Pickett/Princess Zaria||Main role/ Episode: Season 2 18 “Can You Dig It?”|
|2009||Wizards of Waverly Place||Bailey Pickett/Princess Zaria||Episode: “Cast Away (To Another Show)”|
|2009||Hannah Montana||Bailey Pickett/Princess Zaria||Episode: “Super(stitious) Girl”|
|2010||16 Wishes||Abigail “Abby” Jensen||Television film|
|2011||The Suite Life Movie||Bailey Pickett||Television film|
|2011||R. L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series||Steffani Howard||Episode: “Wrong Number”|
|2011||PrankStars||Herself||Episode: “Something to Chew On”|
|2011||Disney’s Friends for Change Games||Herself / Contestant||5 episodes, part of Blue Team|
|2011||Private Practice||Hayley||Episode: “The Breaking Point”|
|2011–2015||Jessie||Jessie Prescott||Lead role|
|2011-2015||Jessie||Jessie Prescott||directed 4 episodes|
|2012||Zeke and Luther||Courtney Mills||Episode: “There’s No Business Like Bro Business”|
|2012||The Glades||Christa Johnson||Episode: “Fountain of Youth”|
|2012||Radio Rebel||Tara Adams||Television film|
|2012||Austin & Ally||Jessie Prescott||Episode: “Austin & Jessie & Ally All Star New Year”|
|2013||We Day||Host||7th edition|
|2013||The Coppertop Flop Show||Herself||2 episodes|
|2013||Good Luck Charlie||Jessie Prescott||Episode: “Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas”|
|2013||Kristin’s Christmas Past||Haddie||Television film|
|2014||Mighty Med||Jade / Remix||Episode: “Guitar Superhero”|
|2014||Ultimate Spider-Man||Jessie Prescott||Voice; episode: “Halloween Night at the Museum”|
|2014||Fashion Police||Guest mentor||Episode: “Debby Ryan and Jamie Chung”|
|2015||Girl Meets World||Aubrey||Episode: “Girl Meets Demolition”|
|2015||Goldie & Bear||Thumbelina||Voice; episode: “Thumbulina’s Wild Ride”|
|2016||The Mysteries of Laura||Lucy Diamond||Recurring role (Season 2)|
|2016||Sing It!||Holli Holiday||Main role|
|2017||Daytime Divas||Maddie Finn||Episodes: “Lunch Is on Us” and “Shut It Down”|
|2017||The Talk||Guest host||Episode: “May 17”|
|2018–19||Insatiable||Patricia “Patty” Bladell||Lead role|
|2007||Barney: Let’s Go to the Firehouse||Teenage Girl|
|2008||The Longshots||Edith Smith|
|2010||What If…||Kimberly “Kim” Walker|
|2011||The Hangover Hollywood||Herself|
|2012||Secret of the Wings||Spike|
|2014||Muppets Most Wanted||Savana|
|2018||Life of the Party||Jennifer|
|TBA||The Opening Act|
|“We Ended Right”|
(featuring Chad Hively and Chase Ryan)
|“Made of Matches”||2011||Non-album single|
|“We Got the Beat”||2012||Radio Rebel|
|“Hakuna Matata”||2010||Disneymania 7|
|“A Wish Comes True Everyday”||2010||16 Wishes|
|“Open Eyes”||2010||17 Wishes|
|“Hey, Jessie”||2012||Make Your Mark: Ultimate Playlist|
|“Deck the Halls”||2012||Disney Channel Holiday Playlist|
|“Favorite Time of Year”||2013||Disney Holidays Unwrapped|
|“Face 2 Face”||2013||Austin & Ally: Turn It Up|
|“Best Year”||2014||Disney Channel Play It Loud|
|“A Wish Comes True Every Day”||2010||Peter DeLuise|
|“Open Eyes”||2010||Peter DeLuise|
|“Deck the Halls”||2010||N/A|
|“Made of Matches”||2011||Neill Fearnley|
|“We Got the Beat”||2012||Peter Howitt|
|“Ever Enough” (by A Rocket to the Moon)||2013||Mark Staubach|
|“Level of Concern” (by Twenty One Pilots)||2020||Reel Bear Media|
Debby Ryan Awards and nominations
|2008||Celebrity Love Awards||Favorite Actress||The Suite Life on Deck||Nominated|
|2009||Celebrity Love Awards||Favorite Actress||The Suite Life on Deck||Nominated|
|2009||Poptastic Awards||Favorite Television Actress||The Suite Life on Deck||Nominated|
|2009||Poptastic Awards||Female Newcomer||The Suite Life on Deck||Won|
|2010||Celebrity Love Awards||Favorite Actress||The Suite Life on Deck||Nominated|
|2010||Hollywood Teen TV Awards||Teen Pick Actress: Comedy||The Suite Life on Deck||Nominated|
|2010||Body Peace Award||Outstanding Advocate||The Suite Life on Deck||Won|
|2010||Nickelodeon UK Kids’ Choice Awards||Best Television Actress||The Suite Life on Deck||Won|
|2011||Young Artist Award||Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries or Special Leading or Supporting Young Actress||16 Wishes||Nominated|
|2012||Popstar Awards||TV Actress||Jessie||Won|
|2012||Popstar Awards||Female Style Idol||Herself||Nominated|
|2012||Teen Icon Awards||“Iconic Heart”||Herself||Nominated|
|2014||Kids’ Choice Awards||Favorite TV Actress||Jessie||Nominated|
|2014||Teen Choice Awards||Choice TV Actress: Comedy||Jessie||Nominated|
|2015||Kids’ Choice Awards||Favorite TV Actress||Jessie||Nominated|