Matt Ryan net worth is
Matt Ryan salary is
$11.5 Million Per Year
Matt Ryan Wiki Biography
Matthew Thomas “Matt” Ryan was born on the 17th May 1985 in Exton, Pennsylvania, USA of Irish ancestry. He is a professional football player, better known by his nickname Matty Ice, who plays in the position of quarterback in the National Football League (NFL) for the Atlanta Falcons team. His professional career has been active since 2008.
Have you ever wondered how rich Matt Ryan is as of early 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total sum of Matt’s net worth is currently over $20 million, which has been accumulated through his professional career in the NFL; his annual salary is now over $11.5 million.
Matt Ryan Net Worth $20 Million
Matt Ryan was born as the third child of four to Michael and Bernice Ryan, and raised in a Roman Catholic family. Ryan went to the William Penn Charter School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he started playing football for the school team. As he excelled at the game, he won All-East honors from Larunt Lemming Prep Football Report, and finished his high school career with 1,300 yards and 9 touchdowns. Beside football, he also played baseball and basketball, and was a captain of all teams. After high school, he was offered several scholarships from Purdue, Georgia Tech, Temple, and Connecticut; however, his choice was Boston College.
Ryan played football for the Boston Eagles, of Boston College, and in his first season won the 2004 Freshman Male Scholar-Athlete award. During his college career, Matt won several awards, including the MPC Computer Bowl MVP, and he received Scanlan Award, and Manning Award in 2007. Furthermore, he was the ACC Player of the Year for 2007, and was selected for the First-team All-American the same year.
Ryan`s professional career began in 2008, when he was selected as the 3rd overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons. Matt signed a contract worth $72 million over a six year period, including over $34 million guaranteed, which increased his net worth by a very large margin.
In his first season, Ryan won the AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, and PFWA Offensive Rookie of the Year, thanks to his successful performance. To speak of his accomplishments with the Falcons, he was selected for the Pro-Bowl game three times, in 2010, 2012, and 2014. In 2012, he was the NFL completion percentage co-leader with Peyton Manning of the Denver Broncos.
Thanks to his great performances, often behind a poor defensive team effort, Matt was offered a contract extension in 2013, worth $103.75 million over five years, which has also increased his net worth.
Furthermore, Matt is also the Atlanta Falcons career leader in passing yards, pass completions, passing touchdowns, pass attempts, and wins. He has missed only two games in eight seasons to date.
When it comes to his personal life, Matt Ryan has been married to his long-time girlfriend Sarah Marshall since 2011. In free time, Matt enjoys playing golf and he participates in golf tournaments, includingthe American Century Celebrity Golf Championship.
|Net Worth||$20 Million|
|Salary||$11.5 Million Per Year|
|Date Of Birth||1978-04-29|
|Place Of Birth||Camarillo, California, U.S.|
|Profession||Cinematographer, Camera Department, Miscellaneous Crew|
|Legend of Grimrock: After the Fall||2016||pre-production|
|Harvey's Dream||2015/I||Short completed|
|My Krazy Ex||2015||Video short|
|Loadout: Going in Hot||2014||Short|
|Frankenstein, MD||TV Series 23 episodes, 2014 director of photography - 1 episode, 2014|
|In the Black||2014||Short|
|Farewell to Fire||2014||Short|
|Jurassic: Stoned Age||2013|
|DC All Access||2013||Video short|
|Troop 491: the Adventures of the Muddy Lions||2013|
|Fallout: Nuka Break||2013||TV Mini-Series 6 episodes|
|Fallout: Red Star||2013||TV Series 1 episode|
|Aperture R&D||2013||TV Series 7 episodes|
|Disney's Haydi Calkala, Dans Dans||2013||TV Movie|
|Untitled Web Series About a Space Traveler Who Can Also Travel Through Time||TV Series 5 episodes, 2012 director of photography - 1 episode, 2012|
|Making Peace with Viet Nam||2008||Documentary|
|Recovery||2015/I||first assistant camera post-production|
|Bad Roomies||2015||first assistant camera|
|The Submarine Kid||2015||first assistant camera - b camera|
|Before You Were Funny||2015||TV Mini-Series b-cam - 2 episodes|
|Opcc & Director's Guild of America Psa||2014||TV Movie b cam operator|
|Dr0ne||2012||TV Series first assistant camera: "b" camera - 2012|
|The Listener||2012||Short camera operator|
|Fat Camp||2011||Short gaffer|
|Portage||2011||Short assistant camera / gaffer|
|Fallout: Nuka Break||2011||TV Mini-Series director of photography - 1 episode|
|Underground||2011/II||Short second assistant camera|
|Existential Crisis||2010||Short first assistant camera|
|Special Delivery||2010/II||Short best boy|
|TeppanDead||2010||Short key grip|
|Mob City||2013||TV Series production assistant - 2 episodes|
|Arrested Development||2013||TV Series production assistant - 1 episode|
|Star Trek Into Darkness||2013||set production assistant - uncredited|
|Mad Men||2013||TV Series production assistant - 1 episode|
|Lincoln||2012||set production assistant - uncredited|
|Awake||2012||TV Series set production assistant - 1 episode|
|A Haunting||2006||TV Series documentary production assistant - 1 episode|
|Our Rhineland||2011||Short producer|
|True Grit||2010||casting intern - uncredited|
|Pulling U||2010||Short assistant editor|
|The Way of Justice||2010||Short unit production manager|
|Broccoli Monster||2010||Short boom operator|
|2011||Golden Tadpole||Camerimage||Student Etudes Competition||The Collegians (2011)|