Debby Ryan Net Worth

How much is Debby Ryan Worth?

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Net Worth:
$925 Thousand

Debby Ryan net worth and salary: Debby Ryan is an American actress and singer who has a net worth of $925 thousand. Debby Ryan was born on May 13, 1993 in Huntsville, Alabama. Her father was a member of the military so the family moved often. Ryan who is a Christian has performed in churches, theater performance groups and talent competitions before becoming a full time actor. While her father was stationed in Germany, she started performing in professional theaters at the age of seven on an American base. To this day, she is fluent in Both German and English. Debby appeared in the straight-to-DVD film for Barney & Friends titled Barney: Let's Go to the Firehouse in 2007. During a nationwide talent search Ryan was discovered by Disney. She played the role of Edith in the 2008 Feature film The Longshots. The film 16 Wishes introduced Ryan to new audiences, particularly the adults demographic (18-34). The day the movie premiered on The Disney Channel it was the most watched cable program. Then on August 20, 2010 she starred in the independent theatrical film, "What If…" Ryan has her own Disney Channel series called Jessie, the show premiered in September 2011.

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Debby Ryan

Debby Ryan

Actor
Date of Birth
May 13, 1993
Profession
Actor, Singer, Musician, Songwriter, Record producer, Television producer
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)
Ethnicity
White American
Nicknames
Deborah Ryan, De, Deborah "Debby" Ryan, Deborah Ann Ryan, Debbie Ryan, Debs, Debby, Deborah Ann "Debby" Ryan
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