|Fullerton - California
Ryan Lane is a TV Actor, and he was born on 23 November - 1987(36 years old) in California. Ryan Lane zodiac sign is Sagittarius. More detailed information about Ryan Lane given below.
About Ryan Lane
Deaf actor known for playing William Ellsworth Hoy in Dummy Hoy: A Deaf Hero and Travis on ABC's Switched at Birth.
He is involved in the charity Dogs for the Deaf, which trains dogs to assist the deaf and hearing-impaired.
Ryan Lane before fame
In 2007, he received his diploma from the California School for the Deaf in Riverside. At the age of 19, he began his acting career.
Achievement of Ryan Lane
He volunteers with the Dogs for the Deaf organisation, which trains dogs to help the deaf and hearing-impaired.
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Ryan Lane family life
He was born to Jill and William Lane, who divorced when he was eight years old. Hayley and Kristyn are his sisters.
Associations of Ryan Lane
He portrayed Dummy Hoy, a deaf pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds, in the television movie Dummy Hoy: A Deaf Hero.
Ryan Lane Physique Measurements
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Ryan Lane Timeline
Lane was born on November 23, 1987 in Fullerton, California to parents William, who is hard of hearing, and Jill Lane. Lane was born deaf and diagnosed at two weeks old with congenital nerve deafness. He has two older sisters, Kristyn (b. 1983) and Hayley (b. 1986) who are both hearing. His parents divorced when he was eight and he then split his time between living with his father in Ontario, California and his mother in Diamond Bar, California. He attended school in the County School District of Los Angeles and graduated from the California School for the Deaf, Riverside (CSDR) in 2007.
In September 2006, Lane sustained serious injuries in a dirt bike accident in Pismo Beach, California, which reportedly almost left him paralyzed. While trying to execute a jump, Lane fractured his lower spine and left femur, an injury which required a steel rod and screws to replace the broken section of his spine. His time spent recovering from his injuries, which required him to wear a body brace until January 2007, caused him to miss a significant amount of school, delaying his graduation from CSDR until the fall of 2007. Prior to establishing a career in show business, Lane had expressed an interest in studying to be an auto mechanic at the Universal Technical Institute in Rancho Cucamonga, California. In addition to his interest in motorcycles and mechanics, Lane is proficient in baseball, football, snowboarding, swimming and wrestling. In his free time, he has been involved with the charity Dogs for the Deaf, which trains shelter dogs to be assistance animals to the deaf and hard of hearing.
In 2007, director David Risotto discovered a photograph of Lane in his football uniform on the wall at CSDR (some conflicting sources reporting it as a photograph in the CSDR yearbook). Risotto had been searching for a young man who was deaf and could play baseball to portray Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame center-fielder William Ellsworth "Dummy" Hoy in the documentary Dummy Hoy: A Deaf Hero (aka: I See the Crowd Roar) and cast Lane, who he believed had both the perfect "look" and the athletic abilities to portray the role. After altering his Mohawk hairstyle and learning to bat left-handed, Lane spent the spring of 2007 filming on location in Southern California, later re-shooting some key ballpark scenes in Evansville, Indiana in the fall of 2008.
Laneu0027s portrayal of Dummy Hoy led to a series of guest-starring roles on episodic television. In 2008, he guest-starred on the CBS crime drama Cold Case, portraying Andy Rierdan, a popular high school student whose murder is investigated, in the episode "Andy in C Minor". In 2009, he guest-starred on the Fox medical drama House M.D., portraying Seth Miller, a high school wrestler who hears explosions in his head, in the episode "House Divided". In 2010, he guest-starred on the CBS medical drama Miami Medical, portraying Ethan, a patient injured under a collapsed balcony, in the episode "All Fall Down".
In 2011, Lane transitioned to roles in short films, appearing in the science-fiction short Irving J. Koppermelt and the family short drama White Space. That same year, he appeared in Jennette McCurdyu0027s music video for the song "Generation Love". In addition to his film and television roles, Lane has been one of the repertory players at the Deaf West Theatre in North Hollywood, California, appearing in stage productions of ASImprov, Charlieu0027s Version and The "R" Word.
In February 2012, Lane began a recurring role on the ABC Family drama Switched at Birth. On the series, Lane portrays Travis, a lonely and sometimes angry high school student who struggles to communicate with his hearing family at home and develops an unrequited romantic interest in Daphne Vasquez (nu00e9e Kennish), portrayed by Katie Leclerc. Lane described the differences between his own life and his characteru0027s saying, "Travisu0027 parents donu0027t [sign]. My parents do. Travis doesnu0027t have that, so in some ways weu0027re different [...] But Iu0027m embracing this whole [storyline] about his home life."In September 2012, it was reported that Lane was set to star in the feature film In Other Words, portraying an isolated young man who falls in love with a blind dancer. His film credits include an appearance in No Ordinary Hero: The SuperDeafy Movie (2013), as well as a cameo in Veronica Mars (2014).
In 2013, Lane received the Media Access RJ Mitte Diversity Award for his performance on Switched at Birth.
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Ryan Lane was born on 23 November, 1987.
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