Ryan Fisher describes himself as a former child star. He grew up in New York and then moved to Hollywood with his family where, under the name L.B. (Luke Bradford) Fisher, he launched an acting career. He had a recurring role on the TV series Felicity (Carl) and appeared as Howard the Bellman in the 1999 film The Out-of-Towners with Steve Martin and Goldie Hawn. Fisher also starred in the 2000 TV movie Daydream Believers: The Monkees’ Story as Peter Tork.
Still in Hollywood, as an adult, Ryan Fisher now runs his own PR agency and wants to celebrate “all my experiences, friends, and accomplishments” at his fortieth birthday party. He also decides it’s a good time and place to announce to everyone at once that he and his husband of 14 years, Brian, are “consciously uncoupling.” Before the party, Brian tells Ryan he thinks it’s a weird idea, to which Ryan replies, “It’s only weird if you make it weird.” My Fab 4oth airs Tuesdays at 10pm on Bravo.
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