Ryan Corr - Biography
Last Modified: Oct 29, 2022
|Best Known For:||House of the Dragon (TV series)|
|Net Worth:||Under Review|
|Born on :||January 15, 1989 (age 34)|
|Birth Name /
|Birth Place:||Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
|Father's Name:||Peter Corr|
Alyce Louise Corr (younger sister)
|High School:||East Doncaster Secondary College|
|University:||National Institute of Dramatic Art|
|Height:||1.80 meter (5 feet 11 inch)|
|Hair Color:||Dark Brown|
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Who is Ryan Corr?
Ryan Corr is an actor by profession and Australian by nationality. He is best known for appearing in the TV series Packed to the Rafters, House of Dragon, Love Child, and films Wolf Creek 2, The Water Diviner, Holding the Man, and Ladies in Black.
Ryan Corr – Age, Parents, Siblings
Ryan Corr was born on 15 January 1989 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. His mother's name is not known to the public while his father Peter Corr was the head coach of the Australian women's goalball team.
He is not the only child of his parents and has a sibling- a younger sister named Alyce Louise Corr.
Ryan Corr with his father and younger sister (Image: Instagram)
For education, Ryan Corr attended East Doncaster Secondary College. He went on to study at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and graduated from the same in 2009. He also received the Film's Heath Ledger Scholarship in 2011.
His ethnicity includes English.
Ryan Corr – Girlfriend, Boyfriend, Wife, Children
Ryan Corr was in a relationship with Sri Lankan and Australian dancer Kyla Bartholomeusz. He and his (ex)girlfriend dated in the mid-2010s. Currently, the pair seems to have broken up.
There have been speculations that he is gay after portraying a gay character in the film Holding the Man. Also, he posted a picture of himself sharing a kiss with a man named Wyllie Dan on Instagram in 2017. Many viewers have speculated if the mystery man is Corr’s boyfriend.
Moreover, the illusive actor is believed to be unmarried, sans wife/husband and children.
Ryan Corr, Kyla Bartholomeusz (Image: Instagram- posted 2016)
Ryan Corr – Career
Corr began his career as a child actor. As a child, his grandfather would fly with him to support him in his acting jobs. His debut screen role was at the age of 13 in the 2003 TV series Sleepover Club as Matthew McDougal. This was followed by appearances in the episodes of the TV series Silversun (2004), Blue Heelers (2005), Scooter: Secret Agent (2005), Blue Water High (2006), etc.
Finally, he was cast as Coby Jennings in the hit Australian TV series Packed to the Rafters. He played the role for a total of 62 episodes, from 2009 to 2013, and is considered a breakthrough in his career.
Over the years Ryan Corr starred in the films Where the Wild Things Are (2009), Before the Rain (2010), Tangle (2010), Not Suitable for Children (2012), Wolf Creek 2 (2013), The Water Diviner (2014), Holding the Man (2015), Hacksaw Ridge (2016), Ali's Wedding (2017), Ladies in Black (2018), High Ground (2020), Catching Dust (2023), to name a few.
Moreover, he has also portrayed episodes of the TV series Underbelly (2010), Love Child (2014-2015), Banished (2015), Cleverman (2016), Bloom (2019), The Commons (2019), The Secrets She Keeps (2020-2022), House of the Dragon (2022) as Ser Harwin 'Breakbones' Strong, among others.
On the set of House of the Dragon, Ryan Corr has worked with David Horovitch, Julian Lewis Jones, John Macmillan, Wil Johnson, and Luke Tittensor.
Ryan Corr in House of the Dragon (Image: Winteriscoming)
Ryan Corr – Legal Issue, Drug, Arrest
In May 2014 Ryan Corr was arrested after he was found with a freezer bag holding 0.26g of heroin in Sydney and charged with heroin possession. After he admitted to his crime, he was given a 12-month good behavior bond with no conviction recorded. According to Corr’s representatives, the arrest took place a few after his grandfather had suffered a heart attack and gone into a coma.
His lawyer stated that the actor was grateful for having been arrested as it ceased him from using the drug which was bought at a hotel by a man who said “here, have this, you’ll feel better” during his “vulnerable state.”
Ryan Corr later said, “I found myself in a position where I was incredibly upset, someone offered me something, and 200 meters after, I was picked up with it. It was an error of judgment.”
Ryan Corr – Net Worth, Salary
The figure on the net worth and annual income/salary of Ryan Corr is under review.
Ryan Corr – Instagram, Twitter, Facebook
Corr is active on social media handles such as Instagram and Twitter but seems to be absent from Facebook.
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