Talk:Ryan Alosio

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Date of birth[edit]

The date of birth of 1973 listed at IMDb has been challenged, replaced with a date of birth of 1979. However, 1979 is clearly wrong, as several articles in reliable sources from 1999 list Alosio as 25. He would have had to be 20. ([1]; [2] ("Yes, Cook is living with boyfriend Ryan Alosio, the 25-year-old actor she met last year while filming "The Hi-Line,"..."). Presuming that both of these reliable sources were incorrect, did Alosio play "Lt. Hummel" in 1992 at the age of 13? I haven't seen the movie in question. Since the 1973 date is not verifiable and the 1979 date contradicts the reliable sources there are, I've removed the date of birth altogether. --Moonriddengirl (talk) 01:44, 6 January 2010 (UTC)