Lee Ryan is an English singer-songwriter and actor know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Wiki Bio
|Birthdate ( Age)||17 June 1983|
|Place of Birth||Chatham, United Kingdom|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Children||Bluebell Ryan, Rayn Ryan|
|Parents||John Broad, Sheila Ryan|
|Education||Sylvia Young Theatre School|
|Net Worth||$8 million|
|Last Update||August 2021|
Lee Ryan is an English singer-songwriter and actor. He is best known as a member of the English boy band Blue.He has also appeared in pantomime over the years; his most recent role was the Prince at the Darlington Hippodrome in 2017.
In 2019, Ryan starred in Celebs Go Dating on E4 and released his first single after nine years called Ghost. In June 2021 it was announced that Ryan is to face trial for four offences including two speeding charges, one charge of failing to tell police who was behind the wheel and a further charge.
Early Life and Family
Lee Ryan was born in Chatham, Kent. His parents split up when he was six years old. Ryan mostly lived with his mother, sister Gemma and his grandmother. Ryan went to Bedonwell School before attending performing arts schools, including Welling School and the Independent Performing Arts School Belcanto London Academy (BLA), where he first developed his talent, then independent fee-paying theatre schools Sylvia Young Theatre School and Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts.
Lee Ryan Wife
Ryan has three children: daughter Bluebell with ex-girlfriend Jessica Keevil; son Rayn, born 2008 with former fiancee Samantha Mille and a second daughter, born in 2021 with current girlfriend Verity Paris.
Lee Ryan Net Worth
Lee Ryan is an English singer-songwriter and actor who has an estimated Net Worth of between $8 million in 2021.
Ryan is a member of boy band Blue along with Simon Webbe, Duncan James and Antony Costa. The group has sold over 14 million records worldwide. In August 2005, Blue split up to pursue solo careers under the advice of Sir Elton John. Blue reformed on 28 April 2009.Ryan has had three number one hits while with Blue.He had previously co-directed the video for Blue’s single “Breathe Easy”, which he also wrote and which was shot in Prague.
In 2001 the group were in New York during the September 11 attacks after which Ryan commented that “This New York thing is being blown out of proportion” and asked “What about whales? They are ignoring animals that are more important. Animals need saving and that’s more important.” The other members of the group tried to silence Ryan, but he went on. This caused a huge media backlash that resulted in Blue losing a record deal in the United States and campaigns to sack Ryan from the line up.
In March 2010, Ryan confirmed that he had signed a new record deal with Geffen Records, due to last until 2013. Later that month, it was announced that Ryan’s first album on his new record label, Confessions, was due to be released in October 2010.The first single from the album, “Secret Love”, was released as a double A-Side with “I Am Who I Am” on 4 July 2010. The single peaked at number 33 on the UK Singles Chart. Following this, it was announced that Geffen were set to drop Ryan from the label, before work on his album had been completed. Ryan announced in January 2011 that there was no deal to release his album.
On 15 February 2017, it was confirmed that Ryan had landed a role in the BBC soap opera, EastEnders. He was cast as Woody Woodward, initially for a short stint between 18 April and 19 May.It was later announced that Woody would be promoted to a regular role and that Ryan had signed a one-year contract with the show.He later received 2017 Inside Soap Award nomination for Best Newcomer.
Unsure his contrract would be extended, Ryan signed to play Aladdin opposite Paul Merton’s Widow Twanky in panto in Wimbledon, and was hence written out of Eastenders.In 2019 he was a candidate in the seventh season of the British reality TV-show Celebs Go Dating.From September to November 2019 Lee Ryan went on a UK-Tour with the musical “Rip it Up the 70s”.
In August 2003 Ryan was arrested and charged with driving with excess alcohol in central London.In May 2004 Ryan was cleared of assaulting two photographers who had attempted to take photos of him leaving a nightclub however he was convicted of criminal damage for smashing their cameras.
In August 2010 Ryan was charged with assaulting his former fiancée however these charges were officially withdrawn.In May 2014 Ryan pleaded guilty to criminal damage and failing to provide a specimen after being caught driving erratically in April.
In 2020, on two occasions Ryan was charged with driving a Mercedes at 70mph in a 60mph limit in Peterborough, but the charges were dismissed as the prosecution offered no evidence, due to there being no means of proving who was driving. However, Ryan was later charged and found guilty at trial of two counts of failing to provide information about the driver.
At a subsequent hearing, Magistrate Alison Marsh gave Ryan two lots of six points against his driving license, resulting in a disqualification from driving for 12 months. Fined £1,501 for the one of charge, Ryan, speaking via a remote link from Spain, said he was “out of work due to Covid” and “just don’t have the money.”