Ryan Cartwright (born 14 March 1981) is an English actor.
|Residence||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
Cartwright was born on 14 March 1981 in Birmingham, West Midlands. He has an older brother, Che Cartwright, who is also an actor.
He began acting with the Central Junior Television Workshop. His first major role came at the age of 15 in the British ITV comedy-drama The Grimleys. He has also appeared in such other British television programmes as Seriously Weird, Hardware, Donovan, Microsoap, Look Around You and All About Me.
Since moving to the US, Cartwright had a recurring role on the television series Bones as the laboratory intern Vincent Nigel-Murray, until the death of his character in the season 6 episode The Hole in the Heart. He also completed filming a Hallmark Channel television film, Dear Prudence alongside Jane Seymour, in which he used an American accent. He had a recurring role (as upper class Briton John Hooker) on Season 3 of Mad Men.
He played Gary Bell, an autistic character, on the Syfy television series Alphas (2011–2012). To prepare for the role, Cartwright consulted with people who worked with autistic people, watched documentaries, read blogs created by autistic people, and books from autistic authors, such as Temple Grandin and Daniel Tammet. Cartwright's portrayal of Bell has earned praise from the neurological science community, crediting his complexity for eschewing stereotypes of autism previously displayed in mass media.
In September 2016, Cartwright began a main role in the CBS sitcom Kevin Can Wait as Chale Witt. On May 12, 2018, the series was canceled after two seasons.
|2016||Independence Day: Resurgence||David's Assistant|
|2017||Father Figures||Liam O’Callaghan|
|1997, 1999–2001||The Grimleys||Darren Grimley||Main cast, 22 episodes|
|1997||Dangerfield||Ian Thomson||Episode: "Contact"|
|2000||Doctors||Henry Lincoln||Episode: "Cheated"|
|2002||All About Me||Peter|
|2002||Seriously Weird||Harris Pembleton||main cast|
|2002, 2004–2011||Freak Like Me||Nick / N||Series 1 as Nick, Series 4-10 as N|
|2004–2006||DNA||Seth Donovan||3 episodes|
|2005||Look Around You||Sam McNamara||Episode: "Live Final"|
|2005||Twenty Thousand Streets Under the Sky||Rex|
|2008||Dear Prudence||Nigel Forsythe III||TV film|
|2008–2011||Bones||Vincent Nigel-Murray||Recurring character, 11 episodes|
|2009||Mad Men||John Hooker||Recurring character, 5 episodes|
|2011–2012||Alphas||Gary Bell||Main cast, 24 episodes|
|2012||The Big Bang Theory||Cole||Episode: "The 43 Peculiarity"|
|2014||Warehouse 13||Oswald||Episode: "A Faire to Remember"|
|2014||Mom||Jeff Taylor||4 episodes|
|2015||Truth Be Told||Josh||Episode: "Psychic Chicken"|
|2016–2018||Kevin Can Wait||Chale||Main cast, 48 episodes|
- Laws, Roz (21 Feb 2010). "Ryan Cartwright on moving to Hollywood, Mad Men and Bones". Sunday Mercury. Retrieved 10 January 2011.
- "Q&A – Ryan Cartwright (John Hooker)". AMC tv.com. 20 August 2009. Archived from the original on 4 June 2013. Retrieved 10 January 2011. Cite uses deprecated parameter
- Winegardner, Jean. "He's not autistic, but he plays one on TV: Ryan Cartwright on Syfy's Alphas". The Washington Times. Retrieved 23 August 2011.
- Peden, Mike. "Alpha and Omega". The Autistic Journalist. Retrieved 23 August 2011.