|Born||Ryan Gregg Carnes
December 6, 1982
Pittsfield, Illinois, U.S.
Ryan Gregg Carnes (born December 6, 1982 in Pittsfield, Illinois) is an American actor. He attended Duke University where he was a member of DUMB, the Duke University Marching Band. He is currently working on a collaboration with other musicians and is an accomplished drummer of 15 years.
In 2003 Carnes was part of a national campaign for Nintendo which was both in print and commercial. Carnes first started acting in 2004 when he became the ninth actor to portray Lucas Jones on the ABC soap opera General Hospital from July 2004 until September 2005. After he left General Hospital, he was replaced by Ben Hogestyn. From 2004–06, he had a recurring role on Desperate Housewives as Justin, the love interest of Andrew Van de Kamp, played by Shawn Pyfrom. Carnes starred in the 2004 film Eating Out, and the 2006 movie Surf School. He also starred in the video for the song "Mistake" by Australian actress/singer Stephanie McIntosh.
Carnes appeared in two episodes of the British Science-fiction drama Doctor Who: "Daleks in Manhattan" and "Evolution of the Daleks" in which he played Laszlo, who was turned into a half-human, half-pig slave. In the 2008 horror movie Trailer Park of Terror, based on the Imperium comic series of the same name, Carnes plays an arrogant teenager called Alex. He also starred as the title character in the Syfy TV mini-series The Phantom, based on Lee Falk's superhero.
It was reported on December 11, 2013 that Carnes will be reprising his role as Lucas Jones, the biological son of crime-boss Julian Jerome on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital.
|2004||Eating Out||Marc Everhard||First film in the Eating Out franchise;
Did not reprise his role in the following sequel
|2006||Letters from Iwo Jima||Marine at Clearing|
|2008||Trailer Park of Terror||Alex||Direct-to-DVD film|
|2008||Sno Cone, Inc.||Sonny|
|2011||Stupid Questions||Memphis||Short film|
|2004–05 2014-||General Hospital||Lucas Jones #9||100 episodes
Role held: July 8, 2004–September 21, 2005
|2004–06||Desperate Housewives||Justin||Recurring cast (Seasons 1–2; 2004–2006; 11 episodes)|
|2005||Thicker than Water||Tim "Ray" Markus||Made-for-television film|
|2005||Closer, TheThe Closer||Austin Phillips||Episode 1.09: "Good Housekeeping"|
|2005||CSI: NY||Nigel Ballantyne||Episode 2.06: "Youngblood"|
|2005||Grand Union||Ricky||Unaired NBC pilot|
|2007||CSI: Miami||Ross Miller||Episode 5.19: "Bloodline"|
|2007||Doctor Who||Laszlo||Episode 3.04: "Daleks in Manhattan"
Episode 3.05: "Evolution of the Daleks"
|2008||Saving Grace||Joe Nathan||Episode 2.06: "Are You an Indian Princess?"|
|2008||Samantha Who?||Brent||Episode 2.02: "Out of Africa"|
|2010||Phantom, TheThe Phantom||Chris Moore / Kit Walker / The Phantom||Television miniseries|
|2010||Class||Alex Bianco||Made-for-television film|
|2011||Bones||Brody Mannings||Episode 6.10: "The Body in the Bag"|
|2011||NCIS||Bryce Leitner||Episode 8.20: "Two-Faced"|
|2011||Blackout||Dr. Ben Westen|
|2006||"Mistake"||Love interest||Stephanie McIntosh video|
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