TV Producer

Ryan Murphy (TV Producer) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Ryan Murphy

Writer/producer/director who created Glee and American Horror Story with his writing partner Brad Falchuk.

He worked for the Miami Herald, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Daily News, the Knoxville News Sentinel, and Entertainment Weekly before selling his first screenplay, Why Can’t I Be Audrey Hepburn?, to Steven Spielberg.

He was inspired to create Nip/Tuck after going undercover for an investigative story on plastic surgery in Beverly Hills.

He and his partner David Miller welcomed their first son Logan Phineas via surrogate. Their second son’s name is Ford. Their third son Griffin Sullivan was born on August 18, 2020. He had been in a long-term relationship with director Bill Condon before marrying Miller.

He directed the films Running with Scissors, which starred Annette Bening, and Eat Pray Love, which starred Julia Roberts.

Ryan Murphy Age

How old is Ryan Murphy? He was born in 1965, he is 57 years old.

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Ryan Murphy Wiki

Ryan Murphy Wiki/Bio
Famous asTV Producer
Age57 years old
BirthdayNovember 9, 1965
BirthplaceIndianapolis, IN
Zodiac SignScorpio

Quotes by Ryan Murphy

When I was growing up my favorite show was ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’, and I loved all the stuff that Norman Lear did.

— Ryan Murphy

I only wrote two fan letters in my life. One was to Bette Davis. And one was to Ron Palillo, who played Horshack on ‘Welcome Back, Kotter.’ And Ron did not write me back, but Bette Davis did.

— Ryan Murphy

I wanted to create a culture that allowed my children to see the world differently, if only from a strictly visual perspective: to have a child see a room where half of the people are women and minorities is so powerful. I think everyone wants for their children a world that’s better than the one they came up in.

— Ryan Murphy

I love crispy, cool sheets.

— Ryan Murphy

I had been accepted to film school, but my parents couldn’t afford it, and yet they made too much money for me to get a scholarship.

— Ryan Murphy