• Erin Ryder is 37 years old and is known as a TV host, producer, explorer and photographer.
• She is in a relationship with a man named Brian Leavell, but isn't married and doesn't have children.
• Her net worth is over $3 million and she graduated from Cortland University and Syracuse University.
• She has a sister named Caitlin Ryder and is active on social media with almost 50,000 followers on Twitter and over 15,000 followers on Instagram.
• She has worked on projects such as “MTV’s Ultimate Parkour Challenge” and “The Othersiders” and has had 23 jobs as a producer.
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- 1 Who did Erin Ryder Marry and Who Is She? Her Bio and Husband
- 2 Net Worth
- 3 Family, Education and Facts
- 4 Career as a Producer
- 5 Latter Career
- 6 Social Media
- 7 Social profile links
- 8 Quotes
- 9 Pictures
- 10 Movies
Who did Erin Ryder Marry and Who Is She? Her Bio and Husband
Erin Ryder was born under the zodiac sign of Leo on 14 August 1980, so is 37 years old. She is known as a TV host, producer, explorer and photographer, who has worked on projects such as “MTV’s Ultimate Parkour Challenge” and “The Othersiders”. Erin is in a relationship with a man named Brian Leavell, but reportedly isn’t married and doesn’t have children.
So just how rich is Erin Ryder as of mid-2018? According to authoritative sources, this TV host and producer has a net worth of over $3 million, accumulated from her career in the previously mentioned fields. She hasn’t disclosed any information regarding her assets such as houses and cars.
Family, Education and Facts
Career as a Producer
Speaking about Ryder’s producing career, she made her debut in 2003 on “Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?”, and followed by working as a producer associate for “Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad”, and on “Athens 2004 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony”. In the next year she produced “It Takes a Thief”, a critically acclaimed reality TV series starring Jon Douglas Rainey and Matthew T. Johnston. As of 2007, the producer made five episodes of “The (White) Rapper Show”, which received a mediocre response from critics and the audience, but still in the next year served as senior story producer for “Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious”. In 2009, she had another project, “The Othersiders”, a mystery TV series which follows a group of teenagers as they explore paranormal spots. As of the same year, she began working on “MTV’s Ultimate Parkour Challenge” and remained in that position over the course of a year.
— Erin Ryder (@erinRyder13) January 23, 2016
In 2010, she was the supervising field producer for “Destination Truth”, and the following year served as co-executive producer of the same series, which explored places such as the Mekong River, Kapre, Antarctica and Thailand. In 2012 she began working on “Chasing UFOs”, which received poor reviews from the audience. As of 2015, Erin was the executive producer of “Ghost Asylum”, which investigated supernatural cases such as in Moundsville Penitentiary, Waverly Sanatorium, St. Albans Sanatorium and Rolling Hills Asylum. To conclude, Ryder has had 23 jobs as a producer, and there is certainly more to come for her.
Being active in the entertainment field, Ryder is naturally active on social media, such as Twitter and Instagram and is followed by the army of almost 50,000 people on the former and over 15,000 on the latter. Some of her latest tweets include the retweet she made, reading “Another story in the NY Times about UFOs (not by the same 3 who wrote the December one!)”. Also, she often posts photos of herself, which her fans seem to love.
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|Jagger Eaton's Mega Life||2016||TV Series executive producer - 5 episodes|
|Ghost Asylum||2015||TV Series executive producer - 7 episodes|
|True Supernatural||2014||TV Series co-executive producer - 3 episodes|
|Outrageous 911||2014||TV Series co-executive producer - 1 episode|
|World's Worst Tenants||2013||TV Series supervising producer - 5 episodes|
|Chasing UFOs||2012||TV Series co-executive producer - 8 episodes|
|Destination Truth||TV Series co-executive producer - 9 episodes, 2011 - 2012 supervising field producer - 5 episodes, 2010 supervising producer - 4 episodes, 2008 - 2010 producer - 4 episodes, 2008|
|Dude, What Would Happen||2010||TV Series supervising post-producer - 2 episodes|
|MTV's Ultimate Parkour Challenge||TV Series producer - 10 episodes, 2009 - 2010 segment producer - 1 episode, 2010|
|The Othersiders||2009||TV Series supervising producer - 13 episodes|
|Crash Course||2009||TV Series producer - 4 episodes|
|Paris Hilton's My New BFF Reunion Special||2008||TV Movie producer|
|Destination Truth 2.5||2008||TV Series producer|
|Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious||2008||TV Series senior story producer - 8 episodes|
|Secret Talents of the Stars||2008||TV Series story producer - 1 episode|
|The (White) Rapper Show||2007||TV Series senior producer - 5 episodes|
|Final Fu||2006||TV Series producer|
|My Own||2006||TV Series story producer|
|It Takes a Thief||2005||TV Series associate producer|
|Olympic Games Athens 2004||2004||Video documentary producer associate|
|Athens 2004 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony||2004||TV Movie producer associate|
|Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad||2004||TV Mini-Series producer associate|
|Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?||2003||TV Series field producer|
|Destination Truth||2008||TV Series researcher - 3 episodes|
|Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular||2005||TV Movie production assistant|
|The 32nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards||2005||TV Special production coordinator|
|The X Games||2005||TV Mini-Series first stage manager|
|Date Patrol||2003||TV Series production assistant|
|Date Patrol||2003||TV Series casting production assistant|
|It Takes a Thief||2005||TV Series|
|Linus||2008||Short production manager|
|David Blaine: Dive of Death||2008||TV Movie documentary sound mixer|
|Chasing UFOs||2012||TV Series||Herself - Host|
|Spacing Out!||2012||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|Access Hollywood Live||2012||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|Destination Truth||2008-2011||TV Series||Herself / Herself - Researcher / Herself - Reseacher / ...|
|Destination Truth 2.5||2008||TV Series||Herself|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia