Ryan Rottman

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Ryan Rottman
Born (1984-03-17) March 17, 1984 (age 35)
NationalityAmerican
EducationLufkin High School
Alma materTexas Tech University
OccupationActor
Years active2007–present

Ryan Rottman (born March 17, 1984) is an American actor. He is known for his role as Joey Colvin on the TeenNick series Gigantic.

Rottman graduated from Lufkin High School and later attended Texas Tech University.[1] Rottman started his career in 2008 as an extra in the comedy film The House Bunny. Before that he starred in plays at Texas Tech University. In 2009, he appeared in films Stuntmen and The Open Road. Rottman's other television credits include Greek, Victorious, 90210, and the web series Valley Peaks,[2] he played Jordan Lyle in the second season of the ABC Family series The Lying Game in 2013.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2008 The House Bunny Calendar buyer
2009 Stuntmen Guy Torre
2009 The Open Road Peabody bellhop
2010 Closing Time Tyler Short film
2011 Birds of a Feather Actor #3
2011 Cousin Sarah Jacob Forester
2014 White Dwarf Ryan
2015 Hot Girls Ray Short film
2015 Muse Shady Cop Short film
2016 This Path Malcolm Short film
2016 Guidance Kevin Ridley
2017 The Long Walk Home Scott Short film
2017 Deported Business Man #1
2018 Billionaire Boys Club Scott
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2009 Greek Jess Episode: "Divine Secrets and the ZBZ Sisterhood"
2010–2011 Gigantic Joey Colvin Main cast; 18 episodes
2011 Victorious Ryder Daniels Episode: "Beggin' on Your Knees"
2011–2012 90210 Shane 6 episodes
2013 The Lying Game Jordan Lyle 10 episodes
2013 The Middle Cliff Episode: "The Name"
2014 Happyland Theodore "Theo" Chandler Main cast; 8 episodes
2015 See Dad Run Nick Banner
2016 Diagnosis Delicious Dave Oberlin Television film
2018 Christmas Wonderland Chris Shepherd Television film
2019 Sister of the Bride Ben Television film
Web
Year Title Role Notes
2009 Valley Peaks DOP 4 Episode: "The Future's Beginning: Part 2"
2009 Valley Peaks Dr. J. Tupac Episode: "Valley Peaks: Apocalypse"
Music video roles
Year Song Director Notes
2012 "Maroon 5 Medley" Kurt Hugo Schneider Cameo

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jakle, Jeanne (October 7, 2010). "Young actor from Texas gets 'Gigantic' break on Teen Nick". San Antonio Express-News. Retrieved July 7, 2019.
  2. ^ Valley Peaks on Vimeo

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