Ryan Hurst was born on June 19, 1976 in Santa Monica, California, USA as Ryan Douglas Hurst. He is an actor and production manager, known for Remember the Titans (2000), Saving Private Ryan (1998) and Sons of Anarchy (2008). ... Sons of Anarchy Harry 'Opie' Winston.
22.10.2012 [Belfast Telegraph] - Ashley is next set to star in CBGB, which takes a look at the punk-rock scene that emerged from the famed New York City nightclub. The Randall Miller film co-stars Malin Akerman, Ryan Hurst, Johnny Galecki and Justin Bartha. CBGB is set for a 2013 release.
19.10.2012 [CarterMatt.com] - If you love Ryan Hurst, then you will find what we are about to say to be some rather great news: he has just found himself a new place to shine following his rather tragic exit on “Sons of Anarchy” earlier this year. The best news? He is not going to
18.10.2012 [Cinema Blend] - Among his feature roles, he appeared in Shark Night 3D, and is set to play a role in the upcoming Randall Miller film CBGB, which happens to put him among the same cast as Sons of Anarchy's Ryan Hurst. And he'll have another SAMCRO connection soon
18.10.2012 [The Daily BLAM!] - Sons of Anarchy was created by Kurt Sutter and stars Charlie Hunnam, Ron Perlman, Katey Sagal, Maggie Siff, Kim Coates, Mark Boone Junior, Tommy Flanagan, Ryan Hurst, Theo Rossi, William Lucking, Dayton Callie, David Labrava, Niko Nicotera
26.09.2012 [Yahoo! News Blogs (blog)] - Ryan Hurst as Harry 'Opie' Winston (James Minchin III/FX)"Sons of Anarchy" isn't a lighthearted show. Fans have expected much more depth and intensity from creator Kurt Sutter, but what happened just three episodes into Season 5 proved to be a new
16.10.2012 [Deadline.com] - Sons Of Anarchy's Ryan Hurst has joined the cast of another TNT drama pilot, King & Maxwell. The project, from NCIS honcho Shane Brennan, is adapted from characters by author David Baldacci. In the vein of Moonlighting, it follows private eyes Sean
12.10.2012 [Channel Guide Magazine (blog)] - As sometimes happens in Hollywood, back in March Winter Ave Zoli randomly ran into her Sons of Anarchy costar Ryan Hurst at an audition for a different project. Zoli was happy to see the actor who has played her husband for the past four seasons on FX
26.09.2012 [Entertainment Weekly] - UPDATE: In the comments, some fans are saying they're going to stop watching the show because it was Opie, a man who'd already lost a wife and his father because of the club, who leaves behind two kids, and who was beautifully played by Ryan Hurst.
03.10.2012 [NJ.com] - Wendy/Nero and Jax's business arrangement), Opie's ghost looms large over the episode, and that's fine with me. This could have been a trap episode that served as an elongated moment of silence to Ryan Hurst's character, but most of the characters
18.10.2012 [TVQC (Blog)] - Selon Deadline, Ryan Hurst va jouer un personnage nommé Edgar dans l'épisode pilote. Le savant autistique, suspecté d'être un tueur en série, va aider King dans un dossier important. Hurst est surtout connu pour son rôle d'Opie Winston dans la série
27.09.2012 [Entertainment Weekly] - The real-life death comes only a couple days after Sons made entertainment news headlines by killing off a fictional character on the show, Opie, played by Ryan Hurst. Lewis was written out of Sons in season two. “Johnny wasn't happy on the show.
27.09.2012 [Boomtron.com] - Goodness knows it must have been hard to say good by to actor Ryan Hurst. Sutter said giving him the bad news was difficult, but the two of them figured out how to tell this story and Hurst came to understand why this death would be so important to the
27.09.2012 [TV Fanatic] - Michelle: My favorite scene is also the worst scene and not because of what happened but because of the great acting between Ryan Hurst and Charlie Hunnam: when Opie chooses his own faith and gets sent into the box. Opie's last words to Jax as he is
17.10.2012 [Brain Damaged] - A peine parti de Sons of Anarchy, Ryan Hurst trouve un nouveau rôle. Cette fois dans King & Maxwell, projet de série de la chaîne TNT. Il s'agira d'une adaptation de la saga de romans à succès Sean King and Michelle Maxwell, écrite par David Baldacci.