Ryan Northcott is a multifaceted talent in the entertainment industry, showcasing his abilities not only as an Actor but also as a Writer, Director, Producer, Editor, Colorist, and Re-Recording Mixer. From Calgary, Alberta, Ryan began his journey in the world of film and television as an actor and rapidly gained recognition for his role in "Mystery, Alaska" (1999), portraying the character Stevie Weeks.
Ryan moved to Los Angeles after appearing in "Mystery, Alaska", and was cast in the Emmy Award nominated "The Beach Boys: An American Family" where he played Carl Wilson. He's also starred in "Jann", "Heartland", "Wynonna Earp", "Let Him Go" along side Kevin Costner and Diane Lane. He's a regular on "Tribal" as the Forensics Lead Mitch Wheeler, played the real-life journalist Julian Sher in the based on a true story "Marlene," and stars in the film "The Ties That Bind" as "Tom Lawson"
Over the years, Ryan's passion for storytelling led him to don multiple hats behind the camera. His contributions as a writer and director have been lauded for their unique perspectives, while his skills as a producer, editor, colorist, and re-recording mixer underline his dedication to the intricate details of filmmaking. Ryan runs the production company Mediapop Films which he co-founded in 2011. He has written, directed, and produced three short films: "Ameera," "Going Down," and "Once Upon a Pandemic," which screened at multiple film festivals across North America and was nominated for Best Short Screenplay, Best Short Film, and his daughter Madeleine Murphy-Northcott was nominated for Best Alberta Actress. His next project, "Black Iris," was a screenplay semi-finalist at the Big Apple Film Festival in 2022. He has also produced and directed over 50 music videos, as well as hundreds of commercials and brand films.
In a testament to his influence and love for the craft, his daughter Madeleine Murphy-Northcott is also charting her path in the world of entertainment, following in her father's footsteps. Ryan is also an accomplished singer, unleashing his inner rockstar as a member of the Canadian vocal group Revv52.
Northcott remains a proud Canadian, and he actively supports various charitable endeavors.