Ryan Belleville

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Ryan Belleville
Born (1976-05-08) May 8, 1976 (age 39)
Canada Calgary, Alberta
Occupation Stand-up comedian, Actor
Years active 1999-present

Ryan Belleville is a Canadian stand-up comedian and actor, born in Calgary, Alberta on May 8th, 1976. He won the Phil Hartman Award, and became the youngest person to tape his own Comedy Now! special for CTV.[1] He also appeared in CBC's The Sean Cullen Show and the movie Going the Distance.[2] Belleville portrayed Eddie in the 2004 Disney Channel Original Movie Stuck in the Suburbs[3] and had a starring role in 2008 as Finn in Finn on the Fly. In 2011, he co-wrote and starred in the Canadian sitcom, Almost Heroes, which was cancelled later that year. He also plays Holger Holghart in the children's TV show, Detentionaire.

He works as a stand-up and played the recurring character Jasper on the Fox TV series Life on a Stick.[4] He has been a regular at the Just for Laughs comedy festival in Montreal, and also appeared on the CTV show, Satisfaction.[5]

Belleville is the brother of Jason Belleville, who writes and produces shows like Ground Floor and Little Mosque on the Prairie.