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Ryan Hurst (Movie Actor) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Ryan Hurst

Actor who first rose to fame for his role as linebacker Gerry Bertier in Disney’s Remember the Titans. He is also known for his role as Harry ‘Opie’ Winston on FX’s Sons of Anarchy. He also played roles in Rango and We Were Soldiers, and landed a starring role in WGN’s Outsiders in 2016.

He attended Santa Monica High School. He debuted as Eddie march in the 1997 post apocalyptic film, The Postman.

He was in the war film Saving Private Ryan.

He is the son of acting coach Candace Kaniecki. In 2005 he married Molly Cookson.

He was in the dark comedy The Ladykillers, starring Tom Hanks.

Ryan Hurst Age

How old is Ryan Hurst? He was born in 1976, he is 46 years old.

Ryan Hurst Height & Weight

How tall is Ryan Hurst? He stands 6 feet 4 inches (193 cm) tall.

No weight data is available right now.

Ryan Hurst Wiki

Ryan Hurst Wiki/Bio
Famous asMovie Actor
Age46 years old
BirthdayJune 19, 1976
BirthplaceSanta Monica, CA
Zodiac SignGemini
Heightapprox. 6 ft 4 in (193 cm)
WeightN/A

Quotes by Ryan Hurst

A motorcycle is an independent thing.

— Ryan Hurst

I am real, real picky with what I decided to do. I want to make sure it’s new and at the same time that it’s in the same color of what I have played before. Not to pigeon hole myself but I don’t like to do fluff.

— Ryan Hurst

One of the important things is that a lot of people forget that a biker club is a secret society.

— Ryan Hurst

Bikers, in general, have just been so attractive to people. Photographers would follow them because there’s this weird warrior gravitas that comes with it. The bikes are loud, they have tattoos, they have artwork that they all wear on their jackets.

— Ryan Hurst

I think it’s particularly a distinctively American concept that resonates with American culture through biker culture. A motorcycle is an independent thing. You’re like, ‘I don’t want to ride in a car with this person. I want to be independent and ride by myself. But, let’s ride in a group. Let’s be independent, together.’

— Ryan Hurst