McPartlin barely talks about her family life in media but he prefers sharing his family images via Instagram posts. Further, the couple is blessed with two kids Wyatt Duke McPartlin and Dylan James McPartlin. Their Valentine's Day was a beautiful one as McPartlin shared a beautiful family portrayal via Instagram:
Ryan McPartlin kissed his beautiful wife celebrating Valentine's Day 2019 with their sons Dylan James McPartlin and Wyatt Duke McPartlin. SOURCE: Instagram (@ryanmcpartlin)
The above image is captioned,
"Same Valentine for 20 years & counting!!! #happyvalentinesday"
Furthermore, here's the star celebrating Christmas 2018 with his wife and kids. Promising to be together for their entire life, the pair celebrated 16 years of marriage anniversary in October 2018.
As everything is crystal clear about his married life and relationship, we wish him all the very best for his future well-being.
Ryan McPartlin's Career & Net Worth
Ryan McPartlin spent years as an Abercrombie & Fitch model. He started acting on The Nanny with Fran Drescher playing a Leonardo DiCaprio-type character in a Titanic spoof.
McPartlin portrayed the role of Devon "Captain Awesome" Woodcomb on NBC's Chuck (2007-2012). He also appeared in commercials for Kate Walsh's perfume "Boyfriend".
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Ryan played the recurring roles of police detective Dwayne Freeman on Mystery Girls in 2014 and Billy the fireman on Bad Judge. Likewise, in March 2022, McPartlin was announced as one of the cast members of NBC's new comedy series, Pilot which also reported to star Demi Lovato who later stepped down. As of 2022, Mr. MacPartlin reportedly bagged a net worth of no less than $2 million from his career as an artist.
Ryan McPartlin: Quick Facts
Born on 3 July 1975 in Chicago, Illinois.
He attended Glenbard South High School.
He received a degree in speech communication from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
He replaced Dalton James as Hank Bennett on the famous soap opera Passions.
McPartlin believes laughter is the best medicine.
McPartlin and his family spend weekends clearing out clutters and sorting things to get rid of.