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Filmography

When the lights go down...

These are just a few of the movie and TV appearances that Ryan's had. 

Nobody Knows Anything! (2003) 
Courting Courtney (1997) 

"The Drew Carey Show" (1995)  Lewis Kiniski

Hot Shots! Part Deux (1993)  

Say What? (1992) 

Hot Shots! (1991) 

Life As We Know It! (1991) 

Andrea Martin... Together Again (1989) 

Rainbow War (1985)

Guest Appearances

  1. "Celebrity Poker Showdown" playing "Himself" in episode: "Tournament 4, Game 2" (episode # 4.2) 17 October 2004
  2. "Two and a Half Men" playing "Dr. Melnick" in episode: "Enjoy Those Garlic Balls" (episode # 2.2) 27 September 2004
  3. "The Sweet Spot" playing "Liberace" in episode: "Wisconsin" (episode # 1.2) 9 April 2002
  4. "Rugrats" playing "Harold" (voice) in episode: "Daddy's Little Helpers/Hello Dilly" (episode # 9.6) 2 March 2002
  5. "Rugrats" playing "Ralph" (voice) in episode: "Bow Wow Wedding Vows" (episode # 9.7) 25 February 2002
  6. "Rendez-View" playing "Himself" in episode: "Kiss First, Ask Questions Later" (episode # 1.41) 12 November 2001
  7. "Dharma & Greg" playing "Abraham Lincoln" (uncredited) in episode: "Dutch Treat" (episode # 4.10) 9 January 2001
  8. "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command" playing "Professor Spyro Lepton/Von Madman" (voice) in episode: "Eye of the Tempest" 13 November 2000
  9. "The Norm Show" (uncredited) in episode: "Gambling Man" (episode # 2.8) 10 November 1999
  10. "The Martin Short Show" playing "Himself" (episode # 1.35) 29 October 1999
  11. "Mad TV" playing "Host" (episode # 2.20) 3 May 1997
  12. "Murphy Brown" playing "Acolyte Monk #2" in episode: "Desperate Times" (episode # 9.19) 17 February 1997
  13. "Weird Science" playing "Dale Griffin" in episode: "Unplugged" (episode # 2.13) 5 November 1994
  14. "Mad About You" playing "Boss" in episode: "The Tape" (episode # 2.18) 24 February 1994
  15. "Mad About You" playing "Video Vogue Manager" in episode: "The Unplanned Child" (episode # 2.6) 28 October 1993
  16. "The John Larroquette Show" playing "Mac" in episode: "Pros and Cons" (episode # 1.6) 5 October 1993
  17. "The John Larroquette Show" playing "Dave" in episode: "Thirty Day Chip" (episode # 1.2) 7 September 1993
  18. "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" playing "Weather Guy" in episode: "Jerry's Journey" (episode # 3.6) 20 August 1992
  19. "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" playing "Clerk" in episode: "Teens from a Mall" (episode # 1.24) 5 May 1991
  20. "Who's the Boss?" playing "Bobo the Clown" in episode: "Party Politics" (episode # 7.20) 26 February 1991
  21. "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" playing "Man" in episode: "Citizen Kube" (episode # 1.19) 24 February 1991
  22. "It's Garry Shandling's Show" playing "Bob #2" in episode: "Chester Gets a Show" (episode # 4.13) 30 March 1990
  23. "The Beachcombers" playing "Tall Suit" in episode: "Halibut Stu" 1985

Lewis, Oswald, and Drew himself
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The Drew Carey Show

Stiles' performance on Whose Line is it Anyways seems to go beyond performance: he sinks so deeply into the characters that he plays that you find yourself believing for a short time that he is it.
 Along with Mochrie, the two make up a dynamic duo that is unstoppable. They will have you rolling on the floor with laughter. That Wayne is also extremely talented at singing, especially off the top of his head. In different ways, the cast of WLiiA are all geniuses. They think on their feet, which for most is hard to do.

Favorite Roll

Lewis Kiniski baby!
     I think that of all the characters that Ryan has portrayed, I like Lewis the best, other than himself of course! Lewis and Oswald together are hillarious!

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~*~Ryan Lee Stiles~*~