Ryan Newman is more than just a pretty face. She’s a tremendously talented young actress who is quickly winning over the hearts of many. Having worked with iconic Hollywood actors such as Tim Allen and Scott Baio, it’s no wonder Newman has found her way into so many popular TV series and films. From Nickelodeon’s The Thundermans to Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!, we’re sure she’ll be a cult icon in the years to come.
Cliché: The Thundermans is not the first superhero-themed work you have been in. What is it like taking part in another superhero work that is so different from Zoom?
Ryan Newman: Thundermans has been a completely different experience. Unfortunately, I’m not a superhero on The Thundermans like I was in Zoom.
In The Thundermans, you play the character Allison. Can you tell us a bit on how you view her and what kind of person she is?
Allison is a goody two-shoes environmentalist who is very outspoken. She becomes more and more likable as her character and her relationship with Max develop.
Speaking of superbeings, would you be a superhero or villain if given the chance?
A superhero, of course!
Aside from working beside superheros, you have appeared in a lot of comedies. Is it safe to say you enjoy making people laugh?
It would definitely be safe to say that I enjoy making people laugh! I love just being able to entertain people in general and getting to make them laugh is a bonus!
What was Scott Baio like on the set of See Dad Run?
Scott was really great! He is so seasoned and talented that I couldn’t help but learn from him on a daily basis. He’s got a big heart and I appreciate the time I got to spend with him.
Who has been one of your favorite people to work with?
I loved working with Garry Marshall on See Dad Run! He is such a legend and so incredibly warm and loving towards everyone.
What was it like filming Sharknado 3 and how does it feel being a part of a cult classic series?
Sharknado 3 was so different from anything I have ever done. I got to play a completely badass character in a movie where the script changed every five minutes on set. It was so fun and very exciting to be a part of such a cult classic.
What was one of your favorite scenes to film?
I loved filming the rooftop scene where I got to shoot guns and kiss my boyfriend!
What kind of roles are you looking forward to play in the future?
I’m looking forward to doing roles and working on projects that truly inspire and challenge me as an artist.
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-By Brittany Huskey
Ryan Newman Proves She is One to Watch: Photographed by Jared Thomas Kocka Photography