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(written from a Production point of view)
Born as Ryan Kelley Honey in Washington, DC, he graduated with a BA in Theater arts from the University of Oregon. Between 2002 and 2010 he played the recurring role of Officer Riley in twenty-seven episodes of the daily soap General Hospital, where he acted alongside Star Trek alumni Jack Donner, Stephen Macht, and Robin Christopher.
Other television series he appeared in include J.J. Abrams' Alias (2003, with Jonathan Banks and Jimmie F. Skaggs), Angel, Cold Case (2005, with James G. MacDonald and Gregory Wagrowski), Invasion (2005, with Jeannetta Arnette, Frank Collison, Ivar Brogger, and Holmes Osborne and 2006, also alongside Ivar Brogger), and ER (2006, with Scott Grimes).
Honey appeared in several films including the drama Men of Honor (2000, with Leon Russom), the independent short Scapegoats (2003), the fantasy film Westender (2003), and the horror thriller Hallowed Ground (2007, with Brian McNamara, Hudson Leick, Ethan Phillips, Ned Vaughn, Dan Warner, and Time Winters).
Honey has also worked as producer, associate producer, or assistant director for several independent and short films and has appeared in many stage plays.
Further acting credits include episodes of NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (2009) and Days of Our Lives (2010, with Louise Sorel and Robert Costanzo), the video game L.A. Noire (2011, with voice work by Sean McGowan, Adam Harrington, Keith Szarabajka, Randy Oglesby, Ned Vaughn, Steve Rankin, J.D. Cullum, Greg Grunberg, Patrick Fischler, Michael Bofshever, Michael Buchman Silver, Dennis Cockrum, Joseph Culp, and John Thaddeus), the thriller The Victim (2011, with J.C. Brandy), the short science fiction film To Live (2011), the biopic Savin Lincoln (2013, with Bruce Davison), and the romance This Thing with Sarah (2013).