Meg Ryan
Dubbing voice:
- Ulrike Möckel

Meg Ryan & her dubbing voice Ulrike Möckel

Profession: Actress & producer
Birthday: 19.11.1961
Born in: Fairfield / Connecticut
Nationality: USA
Height: 173cm
Ex-partners: Dennis Quaid, Russell Crowe, John Mellencamp
Nickname: Meg

Meg Ryan grew up in an artistic family. Her father was a math teacher and her mother a former actress. She showed an interest in acting at an early age and began her career on stage and television.
Meg Ryan is not only known for her acting, but also for her unique style and hairstyle, which became a trend in the 1990s. She has also worked as a producer and was involved in projects such as "Kate & Leopold" (2001).
Away from the screen, Ryan is committed to various charitable causes. She supports organizations such as the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and is involved in educational projects.

Her breakthrough came in 1989 with the role of Sally Albright in the romantic comedy "When Harry Met Sally". The film was a huge success and established Ryan as one of Hollywood's most popular actresses. Her portrayal of a neurotic but lovable woman earned her a Golden Globe nomination.
In the following years, Ryan starred in a number of successful romantic comedies such as "Sleepless in Seattle" (1993) and "You’ve Got Mail" (1998). She was often referred to as the "Queen of Romance" and her name became inextricably linked with the genre.
However, Ryan also showed her versatility as an actress in films such as "When a Man Loves a Woman" (1994), in which she played an alcoholic wife, and "In the Cut" (2003), a thriller with an erotic twist.
Over the course of her career, Ryan has worked with renowned directors such as Rob Reiner, Nora Ephron and Jane Campion. She has won several awards, including a People's Choice Award and an MTV Movie Award.
After taking a break from acting in the 2000s, Ryan returned to the big screen in 2015 and starred in the independent dramedy "Ithaca", in which she also made her directorial debut.

12 awards & 32 nominations
Ryan has won several People's Choice Awards, including Favorite Actress in a Comedy for "Sleepless in Seattle" (1993) and "You’ve Got Mail" (1998). These awards reflect her popularity with audiences.
For her role in "Sleepless in Seattle", Ryan received the MTV Movie Award for Best Actress. This award shows that she was recognized not only by critics, but also by younger viewers.
And in 2000, Ryan received the Women in Film Crystal Award, which honors women who have made outstanding achievements in the film industry.


We have listed some of her best and most famous films here:
2023: What Happens Later 
2015: Ithaca 
2009: Serious Moonlight
2007: In the Land of Women
2001: Kate & Leopold
2000: Proof of Life 
1998: City of Angels
1998: You’ve Got Mail
1995: French Kiss
1994: I.Q. 
1993: Sleepless in Seattle
1990: Joe Versus the Volcano
1989: When Harry Met Sally
1981: Rich and Famous

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