Ryan O'Quinn, who played Matthew Peyton in Sony Pictures' Believe, has signed with Don Buchwald & Associates for representation in all areas. O'Quinn is cast in the upcoming drama Desolate Beauty and quirky comedy Roadkill McGillicutty. He will next be seen in Prison Logic with Romany Malco and Regina Hall. O'Quinn also produces under his Damascus Road Productions banner and other credits include Dad Dudes, The Clearing, One Day in Heaven and An American Game.
Spartacus: War of the Damned alum Liam McIntyre, Sydelle Noel (Netflix series GLOW, Disney’s Black Panther) Steven Swadling (Kickboxer franchise), and newcomer Aundrea Smith are set to co-star in The Clearing, the feature directorial debut from Dave Matalon, who also wrote the screenplay. Exec producers are Ryan O’Quinn, Wes Halula, and Michael Davis.
The pic, set at the dawn of the zombie apocalypse, follows Tom (McIntyre) who, amid tensions with his wife (Noel) over the time he spends with his young daughter Mira (Smith), takes Mira on a camping trip, only to discover the impending disaster, trapping the pair.
Production is underway in Los Angeles with Mark Mathias Sayre and Jonathan Piumelli producing alongside Christopher Wolfe and Swadling. McIntyre is repped by WME and B&B Management; Noel by Don Buchwald & Associates and Luber Roklin Entertainment.
Ryan O'Quinn (Believe, Desolate Beauty) is cast as Tom Darwin in the upcoming film "Stranger in the Crowd". O'Quinn reunites with former castmate Kevin Sizemore (Fear the Walking Dead, The Case for Christ). The two starred in 2016's "BELIEVE" from Sony Pictures/Smith Global Media. The story revolves around Elmer Brunner, who is scheduled to die in the electric chair at a West Virginia Penitentiary while a passionate lawyer hurries to try to save his life. Robin Capehart will produce under Brentwood Avenue Entertainment and Emily Capehart will direct.
Ryan O'Quinn (Believe, DadDudes) has signed on to the feature film Laketown from scribe Tyler J. Hill. Project is described as a supernatural family drama and revolves around a father whose daughter died 20 years ago and he is the only one who can see her.
Hill will also direct and Tanya Hill -no relation (Zelos, Will Gardner) will executive produce. Production is scheduled for late this year in the Pacific Northwest.
LOS ANGELES, - Ryan O'Quinn (Believe, DadDudes) has joined the production team of the feature film "We Still Say Grace" starring Holly Taylor (The Americans) and Bruce Davison (X-Men).
The film revolves around the teenage daughter of a religious fanatic who attempts to escape her twisted family life when three strangers break down near their remote farmhouse and interrupt her father's delusional family suicide pact.
The script was penned and directed by Brad Helmink and John Rauschelbach and is produced by Mark Sonoda.
O'Quinn will executive produce with Mark Sayre, Steven Swadling and Jonathan Piumelli.
Ryan O'Quinn will be a guest on the Kim Pagano Show this Saturday morning on the award-winning talk radio station KVTA 1590. Ryan will be discussing his book "Parenting Rules! The Hilarious Handbook for Surviving Parenthood" as well as upcoming film projects. Listen live or open iTunes for a podcast replay of the live broadcast.
Malibu, Ca - The 40 Under Forty Awards will be held this year at Calamigos Ranch in Malibu on April 27th. The event honors 40 young professionals based on their involvement in the business community and their vision for the future of the Greater Conejo Valley.
The evening is sponsored by the Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce and will be hosted and emceed by Ryan O'Quinn. O'Quinn is founder and president of Damascus Road Productions. His Westlake Village-based production company is dedicated to high quality famiy entertainment with a positive message.
Sony Pictures' "BELIEVE", produced by and starring O'Quinn was named "2016 Film of the Year" by The Christian Film Review and took top honors at a ceremony in January 2017.
More recently he may be recognized from the standup comedy tour DateNight Comedy or as one of the DadDudes from his viral video fame prompted by the release of "Dads Respond to Disney's 'Frozen'. O'Quinn also authored the #1 best-selling book "Parenting Rules! The Hilarious Handbook to Surviving Parenting" as well as the follow-up, "Marriage Rules! The Hilarious Handbook for Surviving Marriage."
Ryan O'Quinn has landed a guest-starring role as Detective "Red" Armstrong in the television series "BETRAYED". The ID Network series follows the lives of normal people who don't realize their days are numbered. The clock ticks on their lives as family, friends, and others start to reveal hidden jealousies and wicked secrets, all leading to the ultimate betrayal, murder. Check local listings for air dates.
Ryan O'Quinn has booked a role in the upcoming comedy film Prison Logic. The film stars Romany Malco (Weeds, 40-Year-Old Virgin, Think Like a Man) as a prison inmate who sets out to become a motivational speaker.
O'Quinn last starred in the Christmas offering Believe and Malco starred in 2016's Almost Christmas and was a series lead in the Amazon original Mad Dogs.
Malco wrote the script that is based on his popular alter ego Tijuana Jackson and will also direct. Film is slated to begin shooting later this month in Los Angeles.
Among the special guests is William & Mary alum Ryan O'Quinn ('94), president of Damascus Road Productions in Los Angeles. In 2016 O’Quinn produced and starred in the award-winning feature film “Believe” from Sony Pictures. Shortly after William and Mary O’Quinn experienced success primarily in episodic and sitcom television including memorable roles on Beverly Hills 90210, Alias, JAG and ER. His first two feature films were Tom Hanks’ directorial debut, That Thing You Do and Sony’s iconic Starship Troopers directed by Paul Verhoeven. O’Quinn authored the #1 best-selling book Parenting Rules: The Hilarious Handbook for Surviving Parenthood which reached number one in six Amazon categories including “Fastest-selling”, “Parenting”, “Parenting Humor” and “Relationships”. The book is currently optioned for a half-hour sitcom.
O'Quinn has one film slated for release in 2017 and two in 2018.
Ryan O’Quinn will be participating in the I.T. 30th Anniversary Showcase on Saturday, February 25. I. T. (Improvisational Theatre) is the University's acclaimed improv comedy troupe.