Who is Ryan Haddon?
Ryan Haddon was born on 17 April 1971, in the United States of America. She is a producer, reporter, and journalist, but possibly best known for being the wife of actor Marc Blucas. Her husband is known for his role in the television series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, in which he portrayed the character Riley Finn.
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The Net Worth of Ryan Haddon
As of early-2020, Ryan Haddon’s net worth is estimated to be over $1 million, earned through success in her various endeavors, mostly her television work. She’s appeared in various popular television programs, and also probably benefits from the success of her husband, as Blucas has a net worth reputedly over $3 million.
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Life and Career
Ryan is the daughter of former model Dayle Haddon, who was known for his career during the 1970s, appearing in various popular magazines and promoting L’Oreal products. Her father worked as a businessman, and due to her parents’ careers they often traveled. She spent most of her youth in Paris and Toronto, before later moving to the US to pursue a college education. She enrolled at Boston University, completing a degree in communications.
After graduating she worked for various publications, mostly centered on the entertainment industry. She reported on rumors, feature stories, upcoming events, and the latest in show business.
Eventually, she transitioned to television and began appearing in the program “MacNeill/Lehrer NewsHour”, and then became a consistent presence in “Good Morning America”. The ABC program is the news network’s flagship morning show, and has been airing since the 1970s. With its lighter tone and focus on special interest stories, she worked on various entertainment news in the show. Other programs she has been a part of include “Hollywood Heat” and “Extra!”
Husband – Marc Blucas
Marcus Paul Blucas grew up in Pennsylvania alongside an older sister.
At a young age he developed a strong love for sports, particularly basketball. His father worked in his area as a Superintendent of his district’s schools. He attended Girard High School and showed great ability, leading him to become the star of his team. He helped them win a state championship and earned several honors, leading to him being recruited by Wake Forest University, offering him a sports scholarship.
He played for the well-known college basketball team, the Demon Deacons, alongside future basketball star Tim Duncan during his senior year. Marcus entered the draft for the National Basketball Association (NBA) but failed to make it, leading him to move to England where he played in the British Basketball League for a year.
With no prospect for a future in professional basketball he retired from the sport, and briefly considered studying to become a lawyer. Eventually he discovered acting, and focused all his efforts there. In the mid-1990s, he started taking roles on television, including in the movie “Inflammable” which was his debut.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer – Rise to Fame
In 1998, Blucas had a role in the film “Pleasantville, in which he starred as the Basketball Hero; the film featured other stars such as Paul Walker, Tobey Maguire, and Reese Witherspoon. The film tells the story of siblings who become trapped in a television show set in the 1950s, in which all of its residents seem perfect.
The film is noted as the final film of JT Walsh before his passing.
The following year he auditioned for the role of Agent Riley Finn in “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, but botched his first audition. Fortunately, he was offered another chance by creator Joss Whedon and was able to land the part, playing the love interest of Buffy for around a year.
The hit show is based on the film of the same name, following the life of the titular character who is a part of a lineage of vampire slayers, fated to battle against supernatural forces of evil. During its run, it received critical acclaim and is often considered as one of the best shows of all time, winning numerous awards, while Sarah Michelle Gellar’s career elevated significantly.
Since its creation, the show has expanded to video games, novels, comics, and even created several spin-offs.
Life After Buffy
After Blucas departed from the show, he continued with film work, appearing in “Summer Catch” and 2002’s “We Were Soldiers”, working with Chris Klein and Mel Gibson. The story is based on the book by Lieutenant General Hal Moore of the same name, discussing the Battle of Na Trang in Vietnam. Afterward she appeared alongside Katie Holmes in “First Daughter” which tells the story of the daughter of the US President, who becomes romantically involved with another student.
Throughout the 2000s, he continued to take leading roles as seen in “The Killing Floor” in which he worked alongside Shiri Appleby. He also worked on the pilot of “True Blue”, but it wasn’t picked up. In 2011, he became one of the regular cast members of the show “Necessary Roughness”, which deals with various people involved in professional American Football. In recent years, he’s been focused on doing television movie work, partnering with Hallmark for numerous projects, including “The Fix”, “Season for Love” and “The Irresistible Blueberry Farm”. His last film was “Brawl in Cell Block 99”, released in 2017.
Ryan dated actor Christian Slater in 1998, and they married two years later. He is known for his work in projects such as “Mr. Robot”, “The Legend of Billie Jean”, “Interview with a Vampire” and “Nymphomaniac”. They had two children together but separated in 2005, leading to a divorce two years later. A few years after the divorce she began dating Marc Blucas and they married in 2009 with him becoming the stepfather to her children.
Aside from her work in the entertainment industry, she is very passionate about life coaching, and the usage of hypnosis as a form of treatment. She has certifications to engage in classes and work as a personal coach for others.