Actor Ryan Carnes is a tv and film veteran best known for his roles as Lucas Jones on General Hospital and Justin on Desperate Housewives.
Ryan shares about the charities he supports, This is About Humanity, Operation Underground Rescue, and the Change Foundation, and what simple actions we can all take in the name of unity.
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Ryan’s also an accomplished drummer who enjoys creating music and writing lyrics when he's not filming. We talk about his current collaboration with singer/songwriter, Vanessa Silberman.
Our discussion wraps with some advice for aspiring actors and the single most important mindset to achieving success in any field.
Some of Ryan's other screen credits include NCIS, CSI: Miami, CSI: NY, Blackout, Bones, Doctor Who, The Phantom, Surf School, Letters from Iwo Jima, and the upcoming holiday feature, Cupid for Christmas.
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