Ryan Maloney

$3,500-$5,000
Australia - Vic

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Ryan Moloney has been involved in the entertainment industry for 17 years, starting off in amateur theatre and now starring in an international television show, seen in over 57 countries and watched by 120 million people each night.
Ryan's career has consisted of musicals, dramas, comedies, music video clips, radio, film and television. He plays the ever popular character TOADIE in the acclaimed television series "Neighbours" for the past 10 years, in which he received a nomination for the 2004 European Television Rose Do'r Awards. He has also starred in the La Mama production of "Honesty" in the 2004 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, playing a sell out season and breaking box office records.

Ryan has entertained people in London, in a Dick Whittington pantomime along with numerous musical theatres in Australia.
He has recently landed the role of Buttons in Cinderella, performing at England's No1 pantomime venue, Canterbury. He is due to perform there at the end of the year.

Ryan Moloney is an amazing talent, and has appeared on countless radio programmes and T.V shows around Australia. "Good Morning Australia" with Bert Newton, "Rove Live" with Rove McManus and "The Skithouse" to name a few.

Ryan is the National Ambassador and MC for the Careers & Employment Expo's. This role puts him touch with many people of all walks of life.
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