Debby Ryan is a recognized name in the entertainment business. It’s been formally said the total amount of Debby Ryan net worth reaches 925 thousand dollars, as of right now. She’s amassed this amount through her various engagements, such as being a vocalist, songwriter, musician, performer including a record producer. In 2011, Debby Ryan got a character which made her a huge star in America, that being on the show called “Jesse” aired on the Disney Channel.
Debby Ryan Net Worth $925 Thousand Dollars
The show also raised the total amount of Debby Ryan net worth. Along with her appearance on this Disney show, she’s starred in more Disney productions, including “The Suite Life on Deck”. This show additionally added to the absolute size of Debby Ryan net worth.
In 2010, Debby Ryan appeared in a movie called “16 Wishes”. The movie became a success on the Disney Channel and hence it also raised the total quantity of Debby Ryan net worth.
In 2010, Debby appeared in yet another film, called “What If”. In 2012, Debby appeared in yet another film made by Disney, called “Radio Rebel”. In this film, she appeared as a principal character, a timid girl, who becomes a radio personality.
When she was 7 years old, Debby Ryan started her training as an actress in several theaters. In 2008, Debby Ryan starred in a film called “The Longshots”, where she was casted for a part of Edith. If the group becomes as successful as her performing career, it’ll likely also raise the total size of her net worth.
May 13, 1993
Huntsville, Alabama, United States
5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)
Actor, Singer, Musician, Songwriter, Record producer, Television producer
Fossil Ridge High School
Missy Ryan, John Ryan
Poptastic Awards, Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice Awards (2010), Teen Choice Awards, Kids' Choice Awards (2014)
The Never Ending
Young Artist Award (2011)
Jessie (2011-2015), The Suite Life on Deck (2008-2011), 16 Wishes (2010), Radio Rebel (2012), " What If..." (2010)
At 20 years old, Debby is the youngest director to independently direct for a Disney Channel series.
Debby traveled to 9 countries and lived in a foreign country for 3 years before she was 10 years old.
Working on the movie, The Longshots (2008), in Louisiana. [February 2008]
Working on a new series in Los Angeles [April 2008]
Debby adopted a kitten from a shelter and named him Doctor.
Debby played an active role in producing the music video, "We've Got the Beat" for DCOM "Radio Rebel". The video was produced under the name of her production company "Shadowborn Productions" in conjunction with Mar Vista and Razor and Tie.
Debby wrote a song for the movie, 16 Wishes (2010), entitled "Open Eyes". Her brother, Chase Ryan, produced the song and did the music for it as well.
She has said in interviews that her celebrity crush is Spiderman.
Popstar Magazine sponsored a huge sweet sixteen bash for her, at which many teen stars attended.
Ryan can speak German along with English, her primary language.
She also enjoys alternative rock and has shown a lot of interest in music, she is a singer, songwriter and producer.
Besides acting, Debby loves all forms of art. She loves photography, writing and drawing.
Before being cast as one of the leads in The Suite Life on Deck (2008) she was involved in theater productions and video shorts in Germany and the United States.
Ryan has been on the cover of several teen magazine such as Tiger Beat, Teen Magazine, J-14 Magazine and Popstar Magazine.
She moved to Germany when she was seven years old and started performing in professional theaters. She lived in a little town attended the local national public school where she became fluent in German. She also took state sponsored gymnastics and ballet.
She attended private school where her mother wrote and directed several productions a year. She is also a Christian and performed in churches musical programs throughout her childhood.
In a People Magazine interview, Ryan told the magazine she was a mascot in the eighth grade and was in the school's chess club. She claims she was the ultimate nerd in school.
She won Popstar Magazine's Popstastic Award for Favorite Female Newcomer in 2009.
Debby wrote a song and Chase did the music and producing for her movie, 16 Wishes (2010). The song is called "Open Eyes". Debby sang the title track for the movie, where she did a music video. She covered "Hakuna Matada" for Disneymania 7 album.