Creator: Ryan Reynolds
Ryan Rodney Reynolds (born 1976) is a Canadian actor who is most recognizable as the eponymous Van Wilder, the role which cemented his dual trademarks of adept comic timing and weirdly charming cockiness, made him a big star as well as typecast him. Later, he got to branch out in big films as Wade Wilson/Deadpool in X-Men Origins: Wolverine and Hal Jordan in the Green Lantern film. He stars as Wade Wilson/Deadpool again in the Deadpool movie. In his lesser known work, he's also proven himself an exceedingly fine dramatic actor who can turn off the familiar sardonic persona. He was named one of the sexiest men alive in an issue of People magazine.Sometimes he contributes to the Huffington Post. Be sure not to confuse him with another Canadian actor who plays a character named Malcolm Reynolds & also used to star in Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place. Also, don't confuse him with the anime voice actress Ryan Reynolds.He was previously married to Scarlett Johansson and later married to Blake Lively.
- Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place
- Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle
- Van Wilder
- Blade: Trinity
- The Amityville Horror
- Just Friends
- Definitely, Maybe
- X-Men Origins: Wolverine
- The Proposal
- Smokin' Aces
- Green Lantern
- Safe House
- The Voices
This actor provides examples of:
- Deadpan Snarker: If he isn't saying something sarcastic and witty, its a pretty good sign that shit just got real.
- Fake American: Almost every role he plays is this. Most people don't realize he's Canadian.
- Handsome Lech: "weirdly charming cockiness"
- The Irish Diaspora: Reynolds is an Irish name.
- Mr. Fanservice:
- One of Us: Reynolds is a big fan of Deadpool. He also auditioned for every comic book character that existed until he finally landed a role (and luck behold, he's now the iconic Hal Jordan/Green Lantern).
- Old Shame: Reynolds is pretty ashamed of his role in the short-lived Nickelodeon teen drama "Fifteen." He once admitted that he almost gave up acting entirely because of that show, only continuing his career after discovering there were better acting jobs available.
- Playing Against Type: Quite a few of his roles such as Buried and The Amityville Horror. He can be pretty damn scary when he wants to be.
- Promoted Fanboy: He became a comics fanboy roughly the same time he started playing comic book characters. In fact the only reason he became a fan of Deadpool is being compared to him by Deadpool himself. Extra points for him...he's been cast to play Deadpool in the movie adaptation.