Nate Mooney

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Nate Mooney
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Nate Mooney (right) on set for NBC Boston MA 2014
Born January 26, 1971 (age 46)
U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 2000-present
Known for It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Nate Mooney (born January 26, 1971) is an American actor best known for his recurring role as Ryan McPoyle on the FX comedy series It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

Early Life and career[edit]

Mooney was born in USA and attended Franklin High School in Franklin, Wisconsin, graduating in 1990. He attended Iowa State and received his BS in Aerospace Engineering. He appeared on various television series, including Breakout Kings, Grey's Anatomy, Nip/Tuck and others.[1] He played the role of Lurvy in the film Charlotte's Web.

Mooney gained his popularity by playing the role of Ryan McPoyle, the creepy brother of Liam McPoyle and Margaret McPoyle, on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Ryan is a comedic dimwit and is often rebuked for making dumb comments to his brother, such as offering to split a large sum of money (or clams) fifty-fifty-fifty to accommodate three people.

He also has a small part in one episode of Breaking Bad's third season as an arms dealer betrayed by the cousins attempting to murder Hank.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016. Nate was the first contestant on @Midnight who was in third place and didn't leave the stage after a joke, to not have the red light put on him.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2000 "Vampire Vermont" Dave Video
2003 "Just Another Story" Chester
2004 Shards Cole Short
2005 "Elizabethtown" Trent
"Mozart and the Whale" Roger
2006 "Seraphim Falls" Cousin Bill
"Charlotte's Web" Lurvy
2008 "Pretty Bird" Randy Pendler
"Just Add Water" Stan
"Black Cresent Moon" Bucky Adelson
"Night Life" TV Movie
2009 "Push" Pinky Stein
2010 "Black Hole" Doug Short
"Dead Cat" Short
2012 "One for the Money" Eddie Gazarra
"Thank You Note from a Dead Man" Drew Short
2013 "Deep Dark Canyon" Ronnie Cavanaugh
"Night Moves" Driver with Flat Tire
2016 "Rules Don't Apply" Orderly
2017 "Wilson" Allan Coffey
"Girlfriend's Day" Warez

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2001–2002 Ed Russell 3 episodes
2002 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Terry Williard 1 episode
2003 Becker Paranoid Guy 1 episode
2004 Monk Scat 1 episode
2005–present It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Ryan McPoyle 7 episodes
2006 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Larry Smite 1 episode
Nip/Tuck Alex Coffee 1 episode
2010 Criminal Minds Connor O'Brien 1 episode
Breaking Bad Arms Dealer 1 episode
Terriers Bradley 1 episode
2011 House Rollo 1 episode
Psych Wendell 1 episode
2012 Grey's Anatomy Randy 1 episode
Mike & Molly Oswald 1 episode
Breakout Kings Brent Howson 1 episode
Weeds Detective Zapf 1 episode
2015 Big Time in Hollywood, FL Cory 1 episode
American Odyssey Bob Offer 13 episodes
2016 Stan Against Evil Deputy Leon Drinkwater 7 episodes

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