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Ever date online? Ever have an online date go horribly wrong? This entire comedy is made up of the worst dates.
Several of the vignettes were co-written by Chris (“The Joker’s Child”, “Innuendo Guy”, “Who’s on First?” and “Jimmy Couldn’t Be Here” among them). He also co-produced the film, and acted in “Nina’s Horrible Date #5 – Jimmy Couldn’t Be Here”.

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Chris’ cameo in this tough New Jersey Indie (about the search for who you really are) is among his favorite roles.



Feenix Films’ most ambitious and successful film, this crime drama confronts the War on Drugs head on, with fiery results. For Clandestine, the Houston Broadcast Film Critics nominated Chris for a Best Supporting Actor award at the prestigious WorldFest Houston. The film received a total of five nominations, taking home a Best Supporting Actress Award from the Houston Broadcast Film Critics, and WorldFest Houston’s Gold Award for Best Crime Drama.
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In Too Deep

Talented young filmmaker Amanda Kaminsky asked her former teacher to play a role in her horror short, and Chris was honored to participate. Here it is for you to enjoy.

Presumed Strangers

Is a student film by Michael Erichiello, who died for me in every play I directed while he was in high school. I figured the least I could do was act for him.
The film concerns a young man about to make a grave mistake, and the ways life can speak to us in mysterious ways.



Do you like your music ridiculous? You know, funny? Like to amuse you? This album is that music. Like a bootleg of silly ass party punk, Chris and his friends recorded “Don’t Lose Your Head” live after writing the music for a school fundraiser (yep, the entire band works in the same high school). A fun ride. The Foo Fighters have nothing to worry about.

Don't Lose Your Head by Winter Is Coming

Christopher Ryan Writes
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