Ryan Kitley

Ryan Kitley has worked professionally in Chicago and Los Angeles for more than 20 years. Favorite roles include Rob Mosher in the critically acclaimed Objects in the Mirror and the role of Brian in Support Group for Men both at Goodman Theatre.  Additional theater credits include major roles at Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Royal George Theatre, Shattered Globe Theatre, Drury Lane Theater, Writers’ Theatre, The Matrix Theater, Colony Theater, The Organic Theatre, Mercury Theatre, Piven Theatre Workshop, Theatre at the Center, and Meadow Brook Theatre. Ryan received a Jeff award for best ensemble in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? with Shattered Globe Theatre, a Jeff nomination for best supporting actor as Austin in The Big Funk with Clock Productions, and best actor nomination at the BMAs for his work on the film Guidance. Film and television credits include Chicago PD, Empire, Chicago Fire, Boss, Detroit 1-8-7, Turks, Early Edition, Guidance, Embeds, Other People’s Children, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Dig Two Graves, Soul Sessions, Miss March, Soul Survivors, Barbershop II, among others. As a voice over artist Ryan has worked with clients such as Lucas Arts, Bayer, M. Holland, Western Union, and others.  He teaches and coaches acting classes and workshops at ATC, Piven Theater, and The Theatre School at DePaul.  Ryan is a proud member of AEA, represented by Gray Talent Group.