Since then he made his move to Hollywood, and has been active in such film and television projects as "Tru Calling," "Summerland," "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," "Flicka," "Griff the Invisible," and the upcoming "The Right Kind of Wrong." He is mostly noticed for his work as Jason Stackhouse on "True Blood." Kwanten has been working very hard in the industry for past few years.
He has total estimated incredible net worth of million dollars.
Also famous for appearing in American teen drama series Summerland where he depicted the character of Jay Robertson.
Ryan's latest film credit involves Blunt Force Trauma, Jake and the Never Land Pirates and True Blood.
Kwanten has two brothers, Mitchell and Lloyd, a musician, a doctor respectively.
His father, Kris, is a Lifeline op shop coordinator, and mother, Eddie Kwanten, is a worker at NSW Maritime.
actor was joined by the cast of his upcoming Crackle show on Sunday (January 14) during the 2018 Winter TCA Press Tour in Pasadena, Calif. Here’s a plot summary: Steve Hammond (Kwanten) is the leader of the Ravens, a group of said dirty cops who both rob the bank and then turn back to save it.
But Ryan seems to be taking the devastation well, as he and his lady friend were seen strolling through the cleanly streets of Santa Monica before Ryan went on a hike in the Malibu Hills.
Kwanten appeared in a Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episode that aired on 2 December 2008, in which he portrayed Dominic Pruitt, a US Marine Corps Master Sergeant accused of raping and murdering a fellow Marine and her unborn baby.
In 2009, he starred in the film Don't Fade Away with Mischa Barton and Beau Bridges.
Clearly he's trying to protect her from any sneaky vamps that have become intoxicated with sunlight-shielding fairy blood!
Ryan Christian Kwanten (born 28 November 1976) is an Australian actor and comedian.