Ryan Stiles is an acclaimed actor, director, and also a comedian. He is mainly recognized for his roles in such shows as ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’, ‘Two and a Half Men’ and many others. In addition to this, Ryan is also famous for his appearances in different commercials. His career as an actor has allowed him to gain quite a good sum of money. How rich is Ryan Stiles? It has been announced that Ryan’s net worth is 6.5 million dollars. If Ryan continues to act in the future as well, there is a chance that this number will become even higher. As Stiles is 55 years old there are still a lot of possibilities for him as an actor.
Ryan Stiles Net Worth $6.5 Million
Ryan Lee Stiles, also known as simply Ryan Stiles, was born in 1959, in Washington. Ryan was successful at school but during his last year of high school, he decided to quit school and start doing stand-up routines. Of course his parents were not satisfied with this decision but they were not able to do anything as Ryan supported himself. Step by step Ryan was noticed by others and his net worth began to grow. He was involved in the creation of the show called ‘The Don Harron Show’, and also worked as a host for ‘Comedy College’. These two activities made Ryan Stile’s net worth higher. What is more, Ryan belonged to the comedy ensemble entitled ‘Second City’, and performed together with them often. In 1990 Stiles became a part of the show that made him more famous and acclaimed. The show was called ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’, during which he had an opportunity to work with John Sessions, Sandi Toksvig, Charles Esten, Greg Proops and many others. This show had a huge impact on the growth of Ryan Stile’s net worth. After this show aired, Ryan became more noticeable and received many offers to appear in such shows as ‘Mad About You’, ‘The John Larroquette Show’ and ‘Murphy Brown’.
In 1995 Ryan became a part of another famous show, called ‘The Drew Carey Show’, which also brought him success. Three years later Ryan was involved in the American version of ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’, which also gained a lot of success and added a lot to Stile’s net worth. During the show Ryan did impressions of such famous people as James Stewart, John Wayne, Steve Irwin, Elvis Presley and many others. Other shows and movies that Ryan acted in include ‘Hot Shots’, ‘Dharma & Greg’ and others. As mentioned before, Ryan was a part of several different commercials, for example, Nike, Pizza Hut, KFC commercials and many others. This of course made Ryan Stile’s net worth higher.
Finally, we may say that Ryan Stiles is a very successful actor who has acted in many shows and movies. Maybe he hasn’t received a lot of awards and honors but he is still acclaimed and respected in the industry. There is a chance that Ryan’s fans will see him more often in the future.
Passionately hates the "Hoe-down" on Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1998) to such a degree that in protest, nearly all of his songs insult Drew Carey in some way. In some instances, you can see him visibly rolling his eyes as it is announced, and in one rather memorable instance, simply sat down and refused to participate when his turn came.
He has three children with wife Patrica McDonald: two girls, Mackenzie (first child) and Claire (third child, born in January 2004) and a boy, Sam.
Does dead-on impressions of John Wayne, Carol Channing, and Jimmy Stewart
His outrageous shoes
Nearly always dresses in a button-down shirt and tailored trousers
When it comes to making love, I may not be the best, but I'm damn gouda.
The sky, the sky beyond the door is blue.
That is raw dough. Never eat raw dough. They can make worms in your tummy. Worms in your tummy.
If I were like your mother, I would be a woman.
If I could rap, that would be a sensation, but I can't, you see, I'm just a Caucasian.
You know, I've got a confession to make myself. I'm not really a priest, I've just got my shirt on backwards.
Never interrupt me when I'm eating a banana.
Back off or the lizard gets it!
Never trust sheep.
I'd rather drive the yellow brick road, you wouldn't happen to know of a rental car place around.
I can't sprinkle sprinkles on. I lose control when I have sprinkles. I'm shaky. I still remember the great sprinkle accident of 1982.
What do I do when we're not taping? Sit in a dark room and refine my plans for someday ruling Earth from a blimp. And chess.
The first rule to living in America is 'Stop tap dancing, you fool!'.
If I were but a man who would be tall, I would be me.
If I were as much of a man as my woman, I'd be my wife.
If I were a man with gills, I would be a fish!
I'm Jim Phillips, I have multiple personalities. I'm also a skindiver, a puppeteer, and I was the tenth president of the United States.
I'm going to buy some green bananas because by the time I get home they'll be ripe.
I look like Walt Disney just threw up.
On performing improv theater: "I'm convinced to do improv. All you have to do is listen to what people are saying to you, and then just add more information to what they've just said. That's all there is to improv, but it's the hardest thing to do"