No Pets (Ryan Guzman)
Ryan Guzman does not have any reported pets.
Ryan Guzman is an American actor and former model. Born and raised in Texas, Guzman first rose to prominence in the entertainment industry through his breakout role in the hit dance movie franchise “Step Up Revolution.” Since then, he has gone on to make a name for himself with a string of impressive performances, collaborations with notable celebrities, and advocacy work for animal non-profit organizations.
Guzman’s career took a significant leap forward when he landed the role of Sean in the 2012 film “Step Up Revolution.” This marked his first major acting role and cemented his status as a rising star in Hollywood. The film was a commercial success and helped Guzman gain a wider audience for his talents. He later reprised the role in the 2014 film “Step Up: All In.”
Guzman’s work in “Step Up Revolution” led to many other acting opportunities, including roles in the television series “Pretty Little Liars” and “Heroes Reborn.” He also appeared in the film “Everybody Wants Some!!” directed by Richard Linklater. However, his most notable role to date is that of Eddie Diaz on the popular television drama “9-1-1.” He has been a main cast member since the show’s second season, and his performance has been praised by critics and audiences alike.
One of the most significant milestones in Guzman’s career was his collaboration with Jennifer Lopez on the 2015 film “The Boy Next Door.” In the film, Guzman played the role of Noah Sandborn, a young man who becomes obsessed with Lopez’s character. The film was a commercial success, grossing over $50 million worldwide. Guzman’s performance was praised, and he received a nomination for the Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Villain.
Guzman has worked with several other notable celebrities throughout his career. He appeared alongside Channing Tatum in “Jupiter Ascending” and shared the screen with Bella Thorne in “You Get Me.” He also worked with Kristen Stewart in the film “Underwater” and acted alongside Nicolas Cage in the thriller “USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage.” In addition to his on-screen work, Guzman has also made appearances on popular talk shows, such as “The Ellen Show,” “The Today Show,” and “Good Morning America.”
Outside of acting, Guzman is an avid animal lover and has been involved in several advocacy projects for animal non-profit organizations. In 2021, he partnered with the animal welfare organization Best Friends Animal Society to promote pet adoption and encourage people to spay and neuter their pets.