Ryan Rottman Biography, Age, Family, Wife, Height, Movies, Victorious, 90210, The Lying Game

Ryan Rottman Biography

Ryan Rottman is an American actor, best known for his role as Joey Colvin on the TeenNick series Gigantic and on an extra in the comedy film The House Bunny.

Ryan Rottman Age

Ryan was born on 17 March 1984 in Connecticut, United States. He is 35 years old as of 2019

Ryan Rottman Family

His family members not known. He never mentioned them and has kept them behind limelights

Ryan Rottman Wife | Ryan Rottman Girlfriend

Ryan has been in several relationships, he first dated actress Victoria Justice from 2011 to 2013, Brittany Snow from 2008 to 2010, Jessica Vargas from Aug 2013 to 2018 and was rumored to have dated Lindsay Lohan. He is said to be dating Lucy Hale.

Ryan Rottman Height

She stands at the height of 1.73 meters

Ryan Rottman Career

He studied and graduated from Lufkin High School and later attended Texas Tech University. He debuted on his acting career as an extra in the comedy film The House Bunny in 2008. He also starred in plays at Texas Tech University and appeared in films Stuntmen and The Open Road. His other television credits include Greek, 90210, Victorious, and the web series Valley Peaks. He appeared in the second season of the ABC Family series The Lying Game in 2013.
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Ryan Rottman Victorious

She was cast as Ryder Daniels, Tori’s ex-boyfriend, in the episode Beggin’ on Your Knees of the Victorious.

Ryan Rottman 90210

She was cast as Shane in fourth season of the American television series 90210

Ryan Rottman The Lying Game

She was cast as Jordan Lyle, Rebecca’s former step-son in the season 2 of the American teen drama mystery television series The Lying Game.

Ryan Rottman House Bunny

She was cast as Calendar buyer in the comedy film The House Bunny

Ryan Rottman Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of around $7.5 million

Ryan Rottman Movies

Year

Title

Role

2018

Billionaire Boys Club

Scott

2017

The Long Walk Home

Scott

Deported

Business Man #1

2016

This Path

Malcolm

Guidance

Kevin Ridley

2015

Hot Girls

Ray

Muse

Shady Cop

2014

White Dwarf

Ryan

2011

Birds of a Feather

Actor #3

Cousin Sarah

Jacob Forester

2010

Closing Time

Tyler

2009

Stuntmen

Guy Torre

The Open Road

Peabody bellhop

2008

The House Bunny

Calendar buyer

Ryan Rottman TV Shows

Year

Title

Role

2018

Christmas Wonderland

Chris Shepherd

2016

Diagnosis Delicious

Dave Oberlin

2015

See Dad Run

Nick Banner

2014

Happyland

Theodore “Theo” Chandler

2013

The Lying Game

Jordan Lyle

The Middle

Cliff

2011–2012

90210

Shane

2011

Victorious

Ryder Daniels

2010–2011

Gigantic

Joey Colvin

2009

Greek

Jess

Ryan Rottman Instagram

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Ryan Rottman Interview

“Happyland” Actor Ryan Rottman Talks Channeling Scott Disick and the Orgies That Happen at Theme Parks

Source: complex.com
So who is Ryan Rottman?
Ryan Rottman is a very complex guy. [Laughs.] No, I’m from Texas, from a smaller town called Lufkin. Grew up there, played baseball and golf, then went on from there to Texas Tech University, and studied business with a minor in theater. My dad always wanted me to have a business degree, just in case. I ended up leaving Tech during my junior year for L.A. and I interned for director Todd Phillips and met his partner Scott Rudnick.
While I was out here, I got presented with an opportunity for manager, and that’s it. I picked up and moved.
At what point in your life did you know you wanted to be an actor? 
Growing up, I would just kind of act out things. My mom always said I was crying wolf. I would act out things in the mirror, run around, and I actually still have and use one of the Back to the Future big cameras that Doc uses. We’d run around with that and film things. I loved the thing so much my parents actually kept it for me.
How did you get the role of Theodore Chandler?
I auditioned the first time. As I was doing my second audition scene, the producers asked, “Do you know who Scott Disick is?” I said yeah and they were like, “That’s kind of what we want. You’re a little too nice. We want you to play a little more, like, if you can picture him…” I was like, “Well I don’t watch the show too much, but yeah let’s give it a shot.” They liked it and called me back and next thing I know we were shooting the pilot at Six Flags Magic Mountain.
Oh, an apparently that park is a big terrorist target, so we had a bunch of security around us, and we couldn’t really wander off. If we did, we had to have a security guard with us, which was pretty cool.

Did you do any prep for the show?
Yeah, we started to interview these people that work at theme parks and heard about all this crazy shit that happens behind closed doors, everything from sex to drugs.

Growing up, going to these theme parks, I was always obsessed with getting the characters’ autographs. They were larger than life, but they were real. Now, being grown and being on the other side of it, it’s so interesting thinking they could’ve been high at the time. [Laughs.]

What kind of stories did you hear from the actual theme park employees?
About a lot of orgies that go on behind closed doors, and a lot of them have to do with everyone still in character and still in their costumes. There’s a lot of getting high and going out and doing the day. Oh! They’d all have inside jokes where if one of them was actually in a character, they could say certain curse words and bad words so many times without getting caught. It’s like they would try to make subliminal messages like they do in Disney movies. We actually incorporated some of that into the show

When you shot at Six Flags, was it totally open to the public, or did they close down the park?
I believe Six Flags was about to open for the summer, so it was closed. We were the only people there. It was so much more massive.
Did you get to ride the rides?
We had to ride a few rides for the show, but it wasn’t like National Lampoon’s Vacation, where we had John Candy giving us all these private rides. We didn’t actually get to ride too many of the rides by ourselves. I would say I act for free and they pay me to wait, and that was of one of those things where you’re there, and you’re waiting and waiting, and you’re like “Come on! We can’t ride one rollercoaster? We can’t do Superman one time or anything like that?!”
What are your favorite types of theme park rides?
Well, I used to get really bad motion sickness when I was a kid. I would get sick in airplanes, I’d get seasick, and I definitely couldn’t do any rollercoasters. When I was in middle school, I remember I got on one of those rides that spin you around because a girl that I liked wanted to do it, and the rest of my day was so ruined. I was just sick. Then all of a sudden something changed. I don’t know what it was, but now I absolutely love rollercoasters. I love the ones that pick you up and just drop you. I still don’t like the spinny ones.
Any other exciting projects in your future?
I’m just waiting for Happyland to come out. I’m pretty excited to see how it does. We have a good lead-in: two good MTV shows, Awkward and Faking It. Other than that I’m just keeping myself busy while we play the waiting game. You shoot these things and then you wait and you wait, and by the time it airs, you’re like “Oh my god, that was so long ago.” So it’s kind of nice that it’s getting here.