Austen Rydell is an actor and producer who is known for his appearance in Gameday and What is missing.
He has also featured in a lot of TV shows and movies also, he has produced movies,
He is in a relationship with Billie Lourd and this article would provide information on Austen Rydell’s Wikipedia, parents, partner, height, baby, Instagram, and net worth but let’s take a quick look at his profile below.
Austen Rydell Wikipedia
Austen Rydell was born on April 3, 1992, in California and this means that his zodiac sign is Aries.
He is from a family of actors and directors and this influenced him to join the film industry.
His grandmother Joanne Linville is a co-founder of Stella Adler Conservatory and he once admitted that this is where he learned all about entertainment.
He started his professional career when he was just aged 12 and he did a lot of things like being the Chief operating officer at crowfood.
He even founded the Engage Me agency but he was not satisfied with this and he decided to create his own production company.
Movies he has produced include The Mench, The Wildflower and he is also known for his role in the NFL Gameday 2002.
Austen Rydell Parents
Austen Rydell’s father Christopher Rydell is an actor and writer while his mom Amanda Enclade is an entrepreneur and formulator.
The couple later parted ways.
Austen Rydell Height
Austen stands at 6 feet 1 inch which is equivalent to 185.9cm.
Austen has no account on Instagram
Austen Rydell Partner, Baby
Austen has been in a relationship with Billie Lourd whom he met in 2015. They started dating in 2016 but they eventually broke up, however, a year later, they reunited.
In 2020, Billie posted a photo of the legs of a child on her Instagram account and it was their son Kingston Fisher Lourd Rydell. Billie is very popular for appearing in movies like Star Wars, American horror stories, and Booksmart.
Austen is yet to produce or star in a blockbuster movie however, he is well known in the industry and his estimated net worth is $25million.
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