About Ryan George
June 21, 1989
|Place of Birth||:||Montréal, Canada|
Ryan George (born: June 21, 1989 [age 32]) is a Canadian writer, actor, and comedian. He is well-known for his Pitch Meetings series on the Screen Rant YouTube channel and his self-titled comedy channel. On December 11, 2008, he created his first channel and made its first video; "oldPod" 1 day later on the 12th. On April 26, 2010, along with fellow comedians Samuel Brisson and Brandon Calder started the sketch comedy channel 'Moving Mind Studio' on which they made viral videos such as "Magic School Bus: The Movie Trailer" and "Shit Guys Don't Say Out Loud." Their most recent uploads have been a part of their "Explaining to an Alien"web series, produced by Just for Laughs. Sketches on Main Channel On his personal channel, Ryan has been making short skits where he often talks to himself as another character. Earlier skits were only around 30 seconds or less, but more recent skits have been a bit longer, and more elaborate, being around 2 to 5 minutes long. His humor tends to lean towards the observational, deconstructing unquestioned aspects of everyday life. He usually plays multiple roles in his videos, using things like glasses, fake mustaches and hats to distinguish between characters. In December of 2018, he started a series called "The First Guy", looking at the supposed origins of basic things that people often take for granted. Collab with Screen Rant In November of 2017, Ryan George and Screen Rant launched the series "Pitch Meetings" which consists of Ryan George playing both a screenwriter and a movie producer. In the skits, he comedically summarizes movies and TV shows by "pitching" ideas to a studio executive, often pointing out questionable elements and plot holes. The series was successful, and the channel rose in popularity as a result. The series has many running jokes and catchphrases said in almost every episode, such as, "Super easy, barely an inconvenience" when the producer character asks the screenwriter a question relating to the joke or "(blank) is tight" when both characters agree on the same subject, often being an inappropriate joke relating to it. Other catchphrases include "I don't know" when one of the characters is asked a question he doesn't have an answer to, and "whoops, whoopsie" (the screenwriter and the producer replying to each other). TV Career Along with his Moving Mind Studio partners, Ryan also created in and starred in the TV show "Campus Law" produced by superstar comedian Kevin Hart for the Laugh Out Loud Network. Popular Series His most popular series is his ScreenRant series "Pitch Meetings" but he also does "Theory Battle" and sometimes talks about companies on ScreenRant. On his personal channel, he has some series that show what is like for someone who never heard of something just got that thing told to them "The First Guy" (mentioned above) and the 90s Talk Show. He also does random videos that can pile jokes and references on you. Lastly, he has the ADstronaut, where he puts sponsors and he makes those funny by making jokes or references.