Ryan Alosio, is an American actor who holds dual citizenship in both Ireland and the U.S. The son of an Irish mother and an Italian father. Alosio spent 11 years in various boarding schools, including 3 years in military academy. He graduated with honors from the Interlochen Arts Academy. Alosio also attended Northwestern University in Chicago, and New York University where he studied dramatic writing in the Tisch School of the Arts. Alosio has appeared in over 32 television shows and 23 films. He has worked with such noted and award winning actors as John Hawks, Gary Sinise, Hugh Laurie, Patrick Dempsey, Jason Alexander, Matthew Fox, Laura Dern, Mickey Rooney, Jane Seymour, Tony Shalhoub, Tess Harper, and Elijah Wood. Alosio received the Austin Film Festival's, Audience Award of Favorite New Actor, for his lead role in the film, The Hi-Line which was also selected for, and premiered, to much praise in the main competition at the Sundance Film Festival. Originally, theatre trained, Alosio has played roles in several theatrical stage productions including such classics as A Midsummer Night's Dream, Waiting For Godot, The Crucible and Chicago. Alosio has produced numerous film projects, and is a published writer and accomplished painter and photographer. He has been featured in numerous gallery showings and printed in such noted publications as Rizzoli International Press's, "Modern Americana", Modernism Magazine, The Times Magazine and Marie Claire. Alosio was the lead singer/song-writer of the alt-rock band, "black radio", which performed in such venues as The Viper Room, The Hard Rock and The Los Angeles Music Awards. He has also custom built numerous show winning motorcycles and hot-rod cars. Alosio resides in Los Angeles, California.
|Without a Trace||Unknown||2002-09-26|
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