Jack Ryan Net Worth, Age, Height, Relationship Status

Who is Jack Ryan? He is an American former investment banker and politician. He ran against Barack Obama in the 2004 Illinois State Senate race, but dropped out after his divorce petition became public. Ryan founded 22nd Century Media in 2005, a media company dedicated to providing hyperlocal print and digital information, his family and other facts about him.

Real Name John Clemens Ryan
Nick Name Jack Ryan
Famous As Politician
Age 60-years old
Birthday October 6, 1959
Birthplace Illinois
Birth Sign Libra
Nationality American
Ethnicity Mixed
Realigion Christianity
Height approx. 5 ft 8 in (1.79 m)
Weight approx. 57 Kg (127 lbs)
Body Measurements approx. 44-38-39 inches
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Shoe Size 9 (US)
Children Alex Ryan
Wife/ Spouse Jeri Ryan
Net Worth approx. 10 m (USD)

Jack Ryan Height and Weight

How tall is Jack Ryan? He is 5 feet 8 inches or 1.79 m or 179 cm tall and weighs approximately 57 kg or 127 pounds. He has black eyes and hair. He is also a fitness fanatic. He wears US size 9.

Biography, age and family of Jack Ryan

How old is Jack Ryan? His birthday falls on October 6, 1959. He is now 60 years old. Your zodiac sign is Libra. He was born in Illinois. He has US citizenship and is ethnically mixed. Ryan grew up in Wilmette, Illinois, the son of Helen Marie and Donald Robert Ryan, managing partner of the Chamber of Commerce and Clearing House. He has six siblings and attended New Trier High School. He graduated from high school in 1977 and went on to Dartmouth College, where he graduated with honors and Phi Beta Kappa.

Jack Ryan net worth

What is Jack Ryan’s net worth? In 2000, Ryan’s fortune was in the tens of millions. Since 2005 he has directed the 22nd Century Media newspaper.

wife of jack ryan

Who is Jack Ryan’s wife? Ryan married actress Jeri Ryan in 1991 and they have a son, Alex Ryan, born in 1994. They divorced in California in 1999.

Facts about Jack Ryan

  1. He supported judicial reform and the limitation of compensation for medical malpractice.
  2. He runs REX, a real estate technology company that sells homes outside of MLS.
  3. Ryan won the 2004 Republican primary 36% to 23% against runner-up Jim Oberweis.
  4. In 2004 he left his teaching position to run for the Senate.
  5. Ryan was a proponent of across-the-board tax cuts and tort reform.