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Max Ryan



Steel-hewn, barrel-chested screen performer Max Ryan sported a rugged, threatening image that immediately placed him in a tight genre niche in action movies; producers typically, though not always, cast him as the villain. Among other accomplishments, Ryan made one of his earliest appearances as a heavy opposite martial arts superstar Jet Li in Chris Nahon's action thriller Kiss of the Dragon (2001), played one of the nemeses of Sean Connery in Steve Norrington's muddled, roundly disappointing comic book-style adventure The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003), and ushered in a sense of pure unadulterated evil with his portrayal of a psychotic, sadistic madman in Robby Henson's thriller Thr3e (2007). The following year, Ryan again starred as the villain, this time opposite Joan Allen and Jason Statham, in Death Race (2008), Paul W.S. Anderson's remake of the Corman outing Death Race 2000 (1975).

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
9% USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage
  • Lt. Chuck Gwinn
2016
No Score Yet Homecoming (Best Fake Friends)
  • Actor
2016
15% Sex and the City 2
  • Rikard Spirt
2010
No Score Yet Dark Moon Rising (Wolf Moon)
  • Darkman/Bender
  • Producer
2009
43% Death Race
  • Pachenko
2008
No Score Yet The Box
  • Ray Kamen
2007
5% Three
  • Milton
  • Executive Producer
2007
17% The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
  • Dante
2003
0% The Foreigner
  • Dunoir
2003
51% Kiss of the Dragon
  • Lupo
2001

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