• Ryan Bergara is an American actor, director, and content creator at BuzzFeed
• He has a net worth of close to $1 million
• He is dating Helen Pan
• He is of mixed race including Filipino ancestry
• He is best known for appearing in the web series "Buzzfeed Unsolved" with his colleague Shane Madej


Who is Ryan Bergara?

Ryan Steven Bergara was born on 26 November 1990, in the USA, which means that his zodiac sign is Scorpio and he is 27 years old. Of American nationality, the actor, is best known for appearing in “Buzzfeed Unsolved”, a widely acclaimed web series in which he and his colleague Shane Madej, present unsolved and mysterious crime cases, from either criminal or supernatural realms.

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Net Worth

So just how rich is Ryan Bergara as of mid-2018? According to authoritative sources, this actor and director has net worth of close to $1 million, accumulated from his career as an editor, director and content creator at BuzzFeed. He doesn’t disclose information regarding his assets such as houses and cars.

Wife, Girlfriend and Affair

When it comes to Ryan’s relationship status, he is dating Helen Pan, whom he often posts photos with, including visiting San Diego Comic Con in 2017 together. As of today, Ryan and his girlfriend don’t have any children.

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Background, Height and Education

When it comes to Ryan’s ethnicity, he is of mixed race including Filipino ancestry. Ryan, who has dark hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 10 ins (1.75m) tall, and weighs 150 lbs (68kgs). Ryan has a slim figure and works out to maintain it. Speaking about his education, he was a student of the Chapman University, which he attended from 2009 to 2013, and where he studied Television and Broadcast Journalism with special study in Narrative Television.


Ryan originally joined BuzzFeed, one of the most successful online entertainment outlets, to work as their editor. However, as of 2016 he began appearing in BuzzFeed’s series’ “Worth It” and “Worth It: Lifestyle”, with the former being focused on two food lovers and their cameraman who try various types of foods from a wide price range, and compare them, the latter being a spin-off of the first series. Both of the mentioned series received a generally positive response, and thanks to this exposure to the media, Bergara was able to gain more fans and attention from the media. In the following year, Ryan began appearing in “Ruining History”, accompanied by his colleague Shane, and the duo relates historical events in a comedic and more fun way.

BuzzFeed: Unsolved

Ryan rose to fame starring in “BuzzFeed Unsolved”, divided into several series, firstly in “BuzzFeed Supernatural” which focused on the experience of him and his colleague, a believer and a skeptic, as they visit haunted places, trying to communicate with the spirits of the deceased, and even spending night overs. The series has had 35 episodes so far, and received an overwhelmingly positive response from the fans, making Ryan and Shane renowned internet personas. Some of the places that the duo visited were Villa Montezuma mansion, Ohio State penitentiary, Rolling Hills hospital and Goatman’s Bridge. In the latter, the duo tried to communicate with the Goatman, the alleged demon who haunts the bridge and sometimes supposedly commits violent acts towards passengers. In addition, they worked on a separate BuzzFeed Series, “BuzzFeed Unsolved: True Crime”, in a total of 28 episodes, speaking about criminal events such as the mystery of the Jamison family, disappearance of Louis Le Prince, Cleveland torso murders, Death of the Isdal Woman, the drowning of actress Natalie Wood, and the story of Jack the Ripper, visiting the places where his homicides happened.

Other Series

In addition to making “BuzzFeed Unsolved: Supernatural” and “BuzzFeed Unsolved: True Crime”, Ryan has made several other Unsolved series, such as “Buzzfeed Unsolved : 3 Horrifying Cases of Ghosts and Demons”, a critically appraised documentary in which he and his colleague presented three horrifying cases of ghosts and demons, and explored them deeper. In “BuzzFeed Unsolved: Sports Conspiracies”, he presented several conspiracies in the sports world. The duo calls themselves “Ghoul Boys” and are known as the internet meme “Hey there, demons. It’s me, y’a boy”.

Social Media

Being active in the entertainment field, Bergara is naturally active on social media such as Twitter and Instagram, and is followed by almost 150,000 people on the former, and over 365,000 on the latter. Some of his recent posts include a promo for the latest season of “BuzzFeed: Unsolved”, in which he posed in prisoner clothes with Madej. Although he and Madej are best friends, some people pointed out how they often get into small fights, or are rude towards each other, to which Ryan responded with a humorous tweet saying “For everyone asking if @shalexandej and I are okay… no, we hate each other… jk, we’re best buds who enjoy razzin’ each other. Any animosity is just us joshin’ around. I mean, look at this pic, could you fake this kind of apparent joy?? #ghoulboyz4lyfe”.

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia


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