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Mike S. Ryan

Mike S. Ryan is an American film producer. He is most known for producing the indie hit feature Junebug, starring Amy Adams. Adams received a nomination for the 2006 Academy Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role, making it the most inexpensive film to be in contention for an Oscar.

In 2006, Ryan was nominated for an Independent Spirit Producer of the Year Award and was one of Variety's 2007 “10 Producers to Watch."[1] His works have included Old Joy, Choke, and Palindromes.[2] He began his career as a location manager for Ang Lee and an associate producer for MTV.[3] Ted Hope has been credited with mentoring Ryan throughout his career and he frequently works with Alicia Van Couvering, with whom he has made five films.


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