Ryan Destiny Biography
Ryan Destiny Irons is an American actress, singer and songwriter. While she had been working in the music industry since childhood, Destiny first rose to fame as a member of the girl-group Love Dollhouse in 2013. The actress is best known for her role in the Fox TV musical drama Star. She currently has a recurring role on season 3 of Grown-ish as Jillian, a transfer student from Spelman College.
How old is Ryan Destiny? – Age
The American actress is 26 years old as of 8th January 2021. She was born in 1995 in Detroit, Michigan, United States.
Who are Ryan Destiny Parents? – Father and Mother
The American actress was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan by her loving parents. She was the daughter to Dawn Irons and Deron Irons, who raised her well with love and care. Her father is a member of the 90s R&B group Guess.
Ryan Destiny Education
The actress attended West Bloomfield High school where she studied her high school studies. In January 2011, She won a singing contest to attend the red carpet premiere of Justin Bieber’s Never say Never.
Is Ryan Destiny in a Relationship? – Spouse
Yes, the actress is in love. She has been in a relationship with actor Keith powers since late-2017. He is an American actor and model. The actress and her boyfriend, Keith Powers, are definitely an aspirational couple in young Hollywood. The two entertainers are working to build their respective careers, while still being supportive of one another.
The two met at a Teen Vogue party back in 2015. He saw her from across the room and quickly ran over to introduce himself, nervously retreating quickly after. From then on, the two kept it platonic and would sporadically kick it when they bumped into each other at events and gatherings. They are happily in love with each other.
Ryan Destiny Career
The actress started her career in junior high school at the age of 12-year, She formed musical trio New Limit. Managed by her mother Dawn, the trio auditioned for America’s Got Talent in 2010 and they made it to the finals until they decided it was not for them.
In 2011, the actress had signed with Universal Republic. The group would later split, with her and her manager holding auditions forming a new group called “Love Dollhouse” The trio signed to All Def/Capitol Records, a label partnership with Russell Simmons, Steve Rifkind and Brian Robbins. The group released their debut single “Can I.” The group disbanded in 2015.
In 2016, the actress announced plans for a solo EP. In 2010, she appeared in an episode of the web series The Wannabes Starring Savvy. In 2011, she traveled to Los Angeles with her mother to start auditioning for projects.
In 2013, she appeared in several episodes of the Detroit-based crime drama, Low Winter Sun. The actress later appeared as the lead in the independent film A Girl Like Grace opposite Garcelle Beauvais, Meagan Good, and Raven-Symone. The Ty Hodges produced film premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival in June 2015.
The actress initially booked the role of Tiana on Lee Daniels’s hit musical drama Empire but due to her contract with All Def Music, she could not accept the role. In December 2015, she booked one of the lead roles as Alexandra in Daniels’ series Star – opposite Queen Latifah. The series premiered on Fox December 14, 2016 and ended after three seasons in 2019.
In November 2019 it was announced that she was cast to play Claressa Shields in Flint Strong, a Universal pictures biopic written by Barry Jenkins and directed by Rachel Morrison. She currently has a recurring role on season 3 of Grown-ish as Jillian, a transfer student from Spelman College.
Ryan Destiny Net worth
The American actress has an estimated net worth of $3 million as of 2021.