Ryan Hurst Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Ryan Hurst Net Worth $4 Million
Ryan Hurst net worth: Ryan Hurst is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $4 million dollars. Ryan Hurst was born in Santa Monica, California and grew up in a household that has been greatly involved with performing. He started his professional performing career in his late teens having a guest-starring role on “Saved by the Bell: The New Class”. From that point, he went on to both movie and television work. He’s most commonly recognized for his work as Opie Winston on “Sons of Anarchy”. He’s now appearing on the brand new TNT show, “King and Maxwell”.
June 19, 1976
Santa Monica, California, United States
Santa Monica High School
Rick Hurst, Candace Kaniecki
Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film
Saving Private Ryan, Remember the Titans, The Ladykillers, We Were Soldiers, Chasing the Green, Lone Star State of Mind, CBGB, Patch Adams, Rango, Noble Things, Rules of Engagement, Treasure Island Kids 3: The Mystery of Treasure Island
Sons of Anarchy, King & Maxwell, Wanted, Taken, Campus Cops
In Bethesda's Fallout 4, location BADTFL Regional Office, there is a record for a criminal named Opie Hurst. Description: 6' 4", brown hair, brown eyes, beard arm tattoos and back tattoo. Charged with possession of an unlicensed laser. Personal effects: 1 leather vest, 1 wool knit cap and motorcycle keys. Ryan's character in SONS of Anarchy was named Opie.
He is of English and Scottish (father) and Polish (mother) descent.
Originally his character on Sons Of Anarchy, Harold "Opie" Winston and William Lucking's character, Piermont "Piney" Winston, weren't related. However, when filming the pilot episode of the show, seeing the two of them in their biker outfits and their towering heights of 6'4" and 6'5" respectively, they looked so much like father and son that creator Kurt Sutter re-wrote their characters to be father and son on the show.
In Sons Of Anarchy was originally planned to have a recurring part in Season 1, but he was immediately promoted to a main cast member in Season 2, when he became a fan favorite.
Started his own film production company called Fast Shoes.
Frequently plays brutish, oversized football players or soldiers
A motorcycle is an independent thing.
Bikers, in general, have just been so attractive to people. Photographers would follow them because there's this weird warrior gravitas that comes with it. The bikes are loud, they have tattoos, they have artwork that they all wear on their jackets.
I think it's particularly a distinctively American concept that resonates with American culture through biker culture. A motorcycle is an independent thing. You're like, 'I don't want to ride in a car with this person. I want to be independent and ride by myself. But, let's ride in a group. Let's be independent, together.'
One of the important things is that a lot of people forget that a biker club is a secret society.
I am real, real picky with what I decided to do. I want to make sure it's new and at the same time that it's in the same color of what I have played before. Not to pigeon hole myself but I don't like to do fluff.