As one of RBA’s emerging artists, Ryan Douglas has been fortunate to land several lead roles in semi-professional productions which has inspired him to pursue a professional career with RBA. These include; ‘John Williamson’ in ‘Glengarry Glen Ross’, ‘Anthony’ in Shakespeare’s ‘Antony & Cleopatra’, ‘John’ in Angus Rehu’s short film ‘Keepsake’, and a supporting lead role, ‘Noah’, in Shardia Rose Keen’s short film ‘Appetite’. Having built a solid foundation for professional development, he is now under the mentorship of another one of RBA’s actors – Joel Tobeck, who describes him as ‘An Actor with immense energy and presence; his total commitment and focus to his work is a joy to watch’.
Ryan is also a classical trained singer, in the genres of Music Theatre, Crossover (Popera), Classical, Contemporary, and Jazz; An emerging voice artist with proficiency in Commercial, Character, and Accents; and a Martial Arts practitioner in Krav Maga and training in Boxing. Based in Auckland, New Zealand, he is looking forward to breaking into the professional acting world.