Ryan Hurst is an actor and production manager! Furthermore, the talented actor Hurst was born on June 19, 1976, in Santa Monica, California, USA.

What is the Net Worth of Ryan Hurst?

Ryan Hurst started living in a $1.71 million mansion in Woodland Hills after marrying Molly Cookson on May 8, 2014. As of 2018, this extremely versatile and talented actor has a net worth of $4 million.

Ryan Hurst with a wide smile on his face

Hurst’s interest in acting began in childhood, as his parents were from the film industry. He started his career early with recurring roles in the American comedy series, Saved by the Bell: The New Class on NBC from 1989 to 1993.  

The year 1998 saw Ryan portraying the role of Mendelsohn in Steven Spielberg’s directorial epic war film, Saving Private Ryan. He then recorded a voice-over for the 2001 computer-animated blockbuster film, Rango.

Ryan was featured as Sergeant Ernie Savage in the 2002 English war film; We Were Soldiers. What’s more, Randall Wallace directed the flick. He also portrayed a leading role as Lump Hudson in the 2004 English comedy thriller, The Ladykillers, jointly directed by Joel and Ethan Coen.

Ryan: Rise to Stardom

Despite playing recurring characters in many television series, it was in 2005 when Ryan appeared in a leading role for the TNT police drama series, Wanted. The biggest break of his career came in the 2008 American drama series Sons of Anarchy, in which he portrayed Opie Winston.

Ryan Hurst as Opie Winston holding a cigarette in his right hand slaying his long hair and beard look

Later, In 2011, he received Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor in Television Film for his performance in Sons of Anarchy. Ryan earned the role of Chick Hogan in the critically acclaimed TV series Bates Motel. Furthermore, the show aired between March 18, 2013, and April 24, 2017.


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