Rylee Fansler filmography and biography
Date of birth: 5 August 1997, Newport Beach, California, USA
Rylee Fansler biography
Born in Newport Beach, California, Rylee has been working in the
entertainment industry since she was three years old. Starting in print
modeling, then on to Community Theater, her career has expanded into TV
and radio commercials, television and film.
Her numerous voice-overs and ADR work include: Polar Express, Madagascar 1 and 2, War of the Worlds, and Kung Fu Panda. Rylee played the role of "Young Sheridan" for 1 1/2 years on NBC's Passions. Rylee recently returned from filming an upcoming episode of the hit series LOST.
Rylee was thrilled to be chosen to portray a young Connie Stevens in the movie Saving Grace B. Jones. Through the experience, Ms. Stevens has become a mentor in Rylee's life.
Rylee currently studies acting in Los Angeles with Michael Woolson. She also enjoys participating in improv workshops taught by Larry Giannetti.
Rylee is passionate about helping others. Her empathy runs deep with regard to the needs of the less fortunate children. Rylee's interests include sponsorship of two children through World Vision in which her commitment to continue supporting them is until they reach age sixteen. She is also compassionate about the welfare of stray and abused animals. She enjoys singing, hiking and reading. In her spare time, she enjoys making humorous movies with her friends and going to the beach to collect shells.
Rylee Fansler filmography
|Saving Grace B. Jones||2009|
|All of Us||2003|