Zachery Ty Bryan
Zachery Ty Bryan began his entertainment career early as a series regular on the ABC hit sitcom "Home Improvement." As Bryan transitioned from accomplished child actor into teen and adult roles, his career flourished with stints on many other iconic TV series, including "Cold Case", "E.R.", " Smallville" and "Veronica Mars," as well as roles in feature films such as "Fast & The Furious: Tokyo Drift", and "The Game of Their Lives", starring opposite Gerard Butler. After many fruitful years in front of the camera, Bryan transitioned to television and film production by launching his production entity, Lost Lane. Zachery has produced three documentaries and four feature films, including 2018 Sundance Film Festival unanimously voted, The Kindergarten Teacher, starring Maggie Gyllenhaal. Zachery is in post-production on "Heavy", a drug induced thriller starring Sophie Turner as well as "Skin", starring Jamie Bell grappling with the current racial climate in America; Skin recently sold to A24 at TIFF. He also just acquired the TV rights to "Freeway Ricky Ross untold Autobiography" - the book details how Ross built a crack-cocaine empire in Los Angeles, earning millions per day in the mid 1980's. Zachery lives in Newport Beach, California with his wife of twelve years, Carly, their three daughters Gemma, Taylor, and Jordana with a son on the way.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift||June 16, 2006|