Jake Ryan Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Education, Career, Net Worth

Jake Ryan Biography

Jake Ryan is an Australian actor. He has been a member of the Australian national Taekwondo team for eight years but received an injury on his leg. This led him to pursue a career in acting. He has played the recurring roles of Ray in “The Blizzard” Blissett in Underbelly and Harry Smith in Wentworth.

Jake Ryan Age

Ryan was born in Melbourne on 2 September 1983. He is 38 years old as of 2021.

Jake Ryan Height

Ryan stands at a height of (1.87 m) 6 feet 1½ inches.


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Jake Ryan Family

Ryan’s father is Emmet William Ryan and his mother is Catherine Burke Ryan. He has not shared any information about his siblings if any.

Jake Ryan Wife

Ryan has been in a relationship with Alice Quiddington since early 2019. Alice works as a DJ.

Jake Ryan Children

Ryan and Alice have a son. The boy was born on 6th October 2019.

Jake Ryan Education

Ryan has trained in Taekwondo since his childhood. He earned his black belt at the age of nine, which made him the youngest person in Australia to do so at the time. He has been a member of the Australian national team for eight years. He is also a ten-time champion. He ranked fourth-best in the world on three occasions. He withdrew from Beijing Olympics in 2008 following a knee injury. He later took interest in acting. Having trained with prominent actors such as Bill Hunter, he graduated after two years of study from The Actors’ Centre in Sydney.

Jake Ryan Career

Ryan started his acting career in 2003. He made his first appearance in a short film called ‘Trouble in Paradise’. Afterward, he received a minor role in 2005 in his first feature film; Indian romantic comedy, ‘Salaam Namaste.’ He also made appearances in shows such as; ‘The Sapphires’ with Deborah Mailman and Chris O’Dowd, the 2013 adaptation of ‘The Great Gatsby’ with Blue World Order, and Leonardo DiCaprio, which stars Billy Zane. He also had recurring roles in House Husbands, Underbelly, and a notable appearance in the Foxtel prison drama series, Wentworth. His duration in the series lasted him 2 years; from 2013 to 2015 until his character was killed off.

In 2016, he was cast in Australian soap opera called Home and Away as Robbo. He also appeared in the 30th-anniversary special documentary, Endless Summer: 30 Years of Home and Away.
In late 2018, he was cast in the leading role of New Zealand film Savage. He quit Home and Away during the last-minute opening episode of the 33rd season. The season aired on 27th January 2020.

Jake Ryan Salary and Net Worth

Ryan earns mainly from his acting career. His annual salary and net worth are currently under review but we will update this section once the information is out.