Ryan Belleville Wiki, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth, Children, Height, Workin Moms and Instagram

Ryan Belleville Biography – Ryan Belleville Wiki

Ryan Belleville is a Canadian stand-up comedian and actor. He was performing comedy professionally by the time he was 17 and was the youngest person to ever record their own CTV Comedy Now special. He is the winner of a Canadian Comedy Awards, and the Phil Hartman Award for his stand up.

He has appeared numerous times at the Just for Laughs festival in Montreal, as well as multiple appearences on CBC’s Halifax Comedy Festival, The Winnipeg Comedy Festival, and CBC’s The Debaters. He has also appeared on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham, CBS’s The Late Late Show, and MTV’s Busted.

As an actor, Belleville has starred in CTV’s Satisfaction, & FOX’s sitcom Life on a Stick, as well as Almost Heroes. He has also starred in the feature films National Lampoons Going the Distance, Disney’s Stuck in the Suburbs, Step Dogs and the award-winning family film Finn on the Fly.

Ryan Belleville Age

Ryan Belleville was born on May 8, 1979, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Ryan Belleville Wife

Ryan Belleville is married.

Ryan Belleville Children

Belleville and his wife have two children. When Belleville was shooting the Canadian sitcom, Satisfaction, his daughter was born with a genetic disorder and passed away, according to Calgary Herald.

Ryan Belleville Family

Belleville is the brother of Jason Belleville, a writer and producer. Jason is known for Ground Floor, Little Mosque on the Prairie, Cobra Kai and Satisfaction.

Ryan Belleville Height

Ryan Belleville stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m).

Ryan Belleville Net Worth

Ryan Belleville’s net worth will be updated as the information becomes available.

Ryan Belleville Instagram


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Loose Moose Theatre in Calgary changed my life. When I was 15 I found this place and was arguably on a very bad path. Suddenly I found this amazing theatre full of people like me standing in stage without a net, and telling stories that made strangers roll in hysterics. It was also that felt so accessible, yet still kind of punk rock. When I did a theatre sports tournament in high school I never expected it would kick of over 25 years of performing comedy, and lead me to where I am now. @locallaundry has teamed up with fellow @loosemooser @andrewphung to design this loose moose shirt. It’s made locally in Canada using Canadian labor and materials, and $25 of each sale goes to Loose Moose theatre to continue supporting the high school theatre sports program, and the children’s theatre program.

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