Ryan Kelley began his career in advertising, at the age of two, he has been shooting more than fifty ads. He made his first film at the age of nine alongside Peter Falk in An Explosive Household (Roommates). Then, he appeared in several shows such as Tomorrow or Smallville and was featured in several films including Mean Creek by Jacob Aaron Estes and Letters from Iwo Jima by Clint Eastwood. In 2009, the TV movie Bobby, Alone Against All (Prayers for Bobby) in which he plays the role of a young homosexual misunderstood by his mother (Sigourney Weaver), and which made a lot of talk across the Atlantic. He then takes on the role of Jordan Parrish, a deputy sheriff with supernatural powers, who is later revealed to be a Hellhound in the Teen Wolf series.
July 10th & 11th 2022 - Brussels