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The Untold Story of James Coburn: Overcoming Challenges and Achieving Success in Hollywood



Who was James Coburn?

The late American actor, producer and director James Harrison Coburn III was born in Laurel, Nebraska USA, on 31 August 1928, meaning that Virgo was his zodiac sign. He appeared in 173 movies and TV series prior to his death in 2002, and is perhaps still remembered best for playing Tex Panthollow in the 1963 romantic mystery comedy movie “Charade”, which starred Walter Matthau, Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant, and was directed by Stanley Donen. Set in Paris, France the film follows a woman as she’s running away from mobsters who want back the money that her late husband had stolen from them; the film won four awards and was nominated for a 1964 Oscar for Best Original Song.

Education and early life

James was raised in Compton, California by his mother Mylet S. Coburn (nee Johnson) who was a housewife, and father James Harrison Coburn II who was the owner of a garage business which was destroyed by the Great Depression; James was of British descent onhis father’s side, and Swedish through his mother.

He studied at a local high school and was into a couple of activities during his time there, including acting and playing soccer. James matriculated in 1946 and then enrolled at Compton Junior College, from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1950.

He was then drafted into the US Army and served as a truck driver, while he also worked for an Army radio station as a disc jockey; James spent two years in the Army, and then on discharge honed his acting skills at Los Angeles City College.


Roles in TV series

James’ debut TV series role was playing Sailor in the 1953 episode “The Last Voyage” of the crime comedy “Four Star Playhouse”, and the remainder of the decade saw him appear in an episode of the drama “Studio One”, the crime mystery “Suspicion”, and the comedy “General Electric Theater”.

In 1962, James played Donald Fletcher in two episodes of the critically acclaimed crime mystery “Perry Mason”, which Erle Stanley Gardner created, and which starred William Hopper, Barbara Hale and Raymond Burr. It follows the life of a master criminal defense attorney, the series aired from 1957 through 1966 and won six of its 13 award nominations.

James appeared in a single episode of various series in the first half of the ’60s, including the western “Bonanza”, another western “Tales of Wells Fargo” and the crime thriller “Naked City”.

His following TV series role came in 1978, when cast to play Hamilton Nash in all the three episodes of the crime mystery mini-series “The Dain Curse”, created by Robert W. Lenski, and which starred Tom Bower, David Canary and Malachy McCourt. It follows a private detective as he’s investigating a diamond theft, and the mini-series won one of its four award nominations.

James had only three TV series roles in the ‘80s, playing Henry Bellamy in both episodes of the 1981 drama mini-series “Jacqueline Susann’s Valley of the Dolls”, himself in a 1981 episode of the action adventure comedy “The Fall Guy”, and The Gypsy in the 1984 episode “Pinocchio” of the adventure family comedy “Faerie Tale Theatre”.

From 1990 through 1992, James voiced Looten Plunder in 14 episodes of the popular animated action adventure “Captain Planet and the Planeteers”, created by Nicholas Boxer and Ted Turner, and which starred David Coburn, Joey Dedio and Kath Soucie. It follows four teenagers who have the ability to summon a superhero to help with ecological disasters, the series aired from 1990 through 1996, and won two of its seven award nominations.

James’ final three TV series roles were in the 1999 episode “Judgment” of the crime drama “Vengeance Unlimited”, both episodes of the 1999 romantic adventure mini-series “Noah’s Ark”, and the 2002 episode “The Immortal” of the sports comedy “Arli$$”.


Roles in movies

James’ debut film role was playing Whit in the 1959 western “Ride Lonesome”, and some of his following roles were in the 1959 western “Face of a Fugitive”, the 1960 western “The Magnificent Seven”, and the 1962 war drama “Hell Is for Heroes”.

He was Australian Flying Officer Sedgewick in the blockbuster “The Great Escape” in 1963, one of three to actually make good his escape, then portrayed the main character Derek Flint in the 1966 action adventure comedy “Our Man Flint”, directed by Daniel Mann, and which also starred Lee J. Cobb and Gila Golan; the movie follows top agent Derek Flint who’s been tasked with dealing with scientists who are changing the weather, and was nominated for three awards. Some of James’ roles in the remainder of the ‘60s were in the 1967 western comedy “Waterhole #3”, the 1968 adventure fantasy comedy “Candy”, and the 1969 romantic mystery “Hard Contract”.

James starred as Colonel Pembroke in the 1972 western “A Reason to Live, a Reason to Die”, written and directed by Tonino Valerii, and which also starred Bud Spencer and Telly Savalas. The film follows a Union colonel who’s considered a coward by his people because he had surrendered his New Mexico fort to the Confederates without a fight, while he’s now trying to recapture it. Some of James’ other notable performances in the ‘70s were in the 1973 biographical western “Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid”, the 1976 historical war action “Midway”, and the 1979 action crime adventure “Firepower”.

What marked the ‘80s for James was perhaps playing Lieutenant Lardner in the 1985 drama “Martin’s Day”, directed by Alan Gibson, and which starred Richard Harris and Lindsay Wagner. It follows Martin Stechert who’s escaped from prison and has taken a 12-year-old boy hostage, while the boy’s now begun to admire Martin.

The first half of the ‘90s saw James appear in a couple of popular movies, such as the 1993 family musical comedy “Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit”, the 1994 action adventure comedy “Maverick”, and the 1994 crime comedy “Greyhounds”. In 1996, he played Beller in the action crime thriller “Eraser”, which starred Vanessa Williams and Arnold Schwarzenegger, and was directed by Chuck Russell. It follows a witness protection specialist who believes that his co-workers are criminals; the movie won three awards, while it was nominated for a 1997 Oscar for Best Sound Effects Editing.

In 1999, James played Glen Whitehouse,one of the main characters in the evergreen mystery thriller “Affliction”, which Paul Schrader wrote and directed, and which also starred Nick Nolte and Sissy Spacek. It follows a police officer from a small town as he’s investigating a hunting death, and the film won eight of its 27 award nominations.

James’ final three film roles were in the 2001 adventure family comedy “Monsters, Inc. Scream Team” (voice role), the adventure family comedy “Snow Dogs” and the drama “American Gun” both in 2002.


Other credits

James directed the 1977 episode “Irving the Explainer” of the crime mystery series “The Rockford Files”, and produced both episodes of the 2001 fantasy mini-series “The Mists of Avalon”.

He received special thanks for the 2005 documentary movie “Passion & Poetry: The Ballad of Sam Peckinpah”, the 2009 short movie “The New Bike”, and the 2011 documentary film “Passion & Poetry: Sam’s War” (all posthumously).

Some of James’ final talk-show appearances were in “Hollywood Profile”, “Intimate Portrait” and “The Rosie O’Donnell Show”.

Awards and nominations

James won nine of his 16 award nominations, including a 1999 Oscar win for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, for his performance in “Affliction”.

Some of his other wins were a 1994 Golden Boot Award, a 1995 Taos Talking Picture Festival Maverick Award and a 1999 Denver International Film Festival Lifetime Achievement Award.

James was honored with his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on 1 April 1994.

Love life and marriages

James was married twice. His first wife was American non-celebrity Beverly Kelly. They exchanged vows in 1959, and she gave birth to their son James H. Coburn IV on 22 May 1961; their daughter Lisa Coburn followed a couple of years later, but her birthdate remains undisclosed. Coburn IV’s today both an actor and production sound mixer.

James and Beverly divorced in 1979, and he was then in a long-term relationship with the late British actress and singer Lynsey de Paul.

He exchanged vows with his second wife, American actress Paula Murad Coburn on 22 October 1993, and they remained married until James’ death; they ran together their charitable organization James and Paula Coburn Foundation.

Interesting facts and hobbies

James was passionate about martial arts, and was friends with the late martial artist and actor Bruce Lee; he was a pallbearer at Bruce Lee’s funeral on 25 July 1973.

James was passionate about fast cars and had many; he owned both a Ferrari 250 GT Spyder California SWB and a Ferrari 250 GT Lusso in the ‘60s, while he then also owned a 1967 Ferrari 412P, Ferrari 308 and Ferrari Daytona.

He loved music, and could play both the flute and guitar.


James was a huge fan of the late Japanese actor Seiji Miyaguchi, and his favorite movie was the 1960 “Seven Samurai”.

He appeared in many commercials for Schlitz beer, but later revealed that he’d never liked it.

James was interested in Tibetan and Zen Buddhism.

He helped his girlfriend Lynsey de Paul write her songs “Losin’ the Blues for You” and “Melancholy Melon”, which were featured on her album “Tigers and Fireflies”.

Death and wealth

James died from a heart attack at the age of 74 on 18 November 2002; he passed away in his wife Paula’s arms, while she died from cancer on 30 July 2004, aged 48.

At the time of James’ death, his net worth was estimated at over $10 million.

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Who is Dylan Llewellyn? Age, Height, Gay? – Biography




Dylan Llewellyn is relatively new to the limelight, so much of the information published online is based only on his work as an actor. A lot of information on his private life is conflicting, and there is a lot to filter through to find the truth among the gossip.

Early Life

Dylan Llewellyn’s British parents welcomed Dylan into the world on 10 September 1992, in England. Dylan, who is the youngest of three brothers, is still up and coming in Hollywood – most of his childhood and family life has yet to be confirmed.

Early education

Llewellyn went to More House School located in Farnham, a school dedicated to kids with special needs and learning disabilities. It was here that he became more confident around other people, and progressed in his newly taught learning techniques. It took Dylan many years before he revealed to the public that he was dyslexic and the challenges that came with growing up with a learning disability.


When speaking to ‘GetSurrey’, he exposed his vulnerable side, explaining ‘At first it was hard for me to learn scripts at short notice, but after a couple of years of appearing in ‘Hollyoaks’ and needing to learn lines on a daily basis, it became much easier.’

Career 2009 at the National

2009 was a great year for Dylans career. He started by being cast  by Anthony Horowitz in Theatre, and not long after Creative Artist Management (CAM) signed him on, before he went on to play Ricky, the lead in a short film for the National Film and Television School (NFTS).

The next year in Llewellyn was chosen to play Adam Wilcock in the TV series “The Bill”, and later that year he secured a place at the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, a school that only accepts 28 new students every year.

In every movie starring an aspiring actor, the character puts on a performance so brilliant that a scout that just happens to be in the audience ‘discovers’ them, offering a once in a life time shot at becoming a Hollywood star. For Dylan this is how it all started.


Llewellyn performed such a passionate performance in a high school play he was contacted by an agent shortly afterwards and this is how Dylan scored his big break in 2011 when he was cast as Martin ‘Jono’ Johnson in TV series ‘Hollyoaks’. After many small roles and cameos he was cast in his most famous role to date as ‘James’ in the TV show ‘Derry Girls.’

In an interview with Llewellyn described finding out he had got the part in ‘Derry Girls’: ‘I got the call during work and told him it was my agent and he goes, “Go!”.

Ever since watching ‘The Inbetweeners’  Dylan had always wanted to get into a comedy series and that dream came true when he was cast in ‘Derry Girls.’ Dylan said everyone at work was very excited for him and he would always have a place there is he ever wanted it.

Famous spouse

In ‘Derry Girls’ Dylan’s character James plays a shy awkward teenager that enjoys a boy band is slowly starting to find his own amongst a group of bullies targeting him at school. Based on characters interests, James could have been perceived as homosexual.


As is known in Hollywood rumours and speculation fly around often with little or no evidence regarding the actor’s sexuality – such happened with Dylan.

When asked about his sexuality Dylan responded ‘I support gays, even though I myself am not actually gay.’ He even went on to Tweet the quote with the hashtag Pride2018. With a picture below stating, ‘Them gays stick together.’

The actor has not been linked to any romantic relationships in his life, but in 2013 he sent out a tweet in which he expressed his want for a girl followed by the hashtag lonely. To date the actor has still not revealed in any interviews or on any of his social media platforms whether has a girlfriend. However, the possibility that Dylan has love in his life is not improbable – as do most celebrities, Dylan may be keeping his romantic endeavours away from the prying eyes of the public.


Net worth

Sources estimate that Llewellyn has a net worth of close to $1 million, as of early 2020.

Physical Characteristics

Dylan’s dark brown curls frame and contrast his fair skin and blue eyes. Llewellyn is 5ft 9ins (1.7m) tall, and roughly 175lbs (75kgs). There are many conflicting sources on his exact measurements, but based on his appearance it seems that the above information is the most accurate.

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What is Amy Ryan from ‘The Office’ doing today? Husband, Bio



Who is Amy Ryan?

Popular American actress Amy Beth Dziewiontkowski, known professionally as Amy Ryan, was born in New York City USA, on 3 May 1968, making Taurus her zodiac sign. She’s had roles in over 70 TV series and movies, but is perhaps still known best for portraying Holly Flax in 17 episodes (2008-2011) of the hit comedy series “The Office”, which starred John Krasinski, Steve Carell and Jenna Fischer, and was created by Stephen Merchant, Greg Daniels and Ricky Gervais. It follows the lives of a group of typical office workers, the series aired from 2005 through 2013, and won 51 of its 246 award nominations.

Amy’s today still highly active in the film industry, and is shooting for the upcoming movie “Wolfs and Passing Through”, as well as for the upcoming series “Sugar”.

Education and early life

Amy was raised in New York City alongside her sister Laura, by their father John Dziewiontkowski who was the owner of a trucking business, and mother Pamela (nee Ryan) who was a nurse. Before becoming teenagers, Amy and Laura together delivered the “Daily News” newspaper using their bicycles.

Amy became interested in acting at a very early age, and her parents thus enrolled her at Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Center. She went on to attend High School of Performing Arts, playing lead characters in a number of school plays; Amy matriculated in 1986, and was then chosen to tour with the cast of the play “Biloxi Blues”.

She appeared in a number of off-Broadway plays, prior to launching her career on TV.


Roles in TV series

Amy’s debut TV series role was playing Renee in a 1990 episode of the soap opera “As the World Turns”, and the ‘90s saw her appear in an episode or two of various series, including the action adventure “Quantum Leap”, the drama “Brooklyn Bridge”, and the drama mini-series “A Will of Their Own”.

In 2001 and 2002, Amy portrayed Rebecca Rifkind in the crime drama “100 Centre Street”, which starred Phyllis Newsman, Manny Perez and Joseph Lyle Taylor, and follows the people employed at a New York City’s courthouse; the series was nominated for a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series. What also marked the early 2000s for Amy was portraying Officer Beatrice ‘Beadie’ Russell in 20 episodes (2003-2008) of the crime thriller “The Wire”, which David Simon created, and which starred Sonja Sohn, Lance Reddick and Dominic West. It covers the Baltimore drug scene, the series aired from 2002 through 2008, and won 16 of the 70 awards for which it was nominated.

In 2010, Amy appeared in eight episodes of the drama “In Treatment”, and her following role came in 2015, when cast to portray Heidi Strand in the episode “Kirk Steele” of the comedy “Broad City”.

She’s since had roles in three more TV series, voicing Liesl von Trapp in the 2018 episode “Shall I Visit the Dinosaurs” of the short animated adventure “Robot Chicken”, playing Gigi in the 2019 episode “Breathwork” of the comedy “High Maintenance”, and Jan in 13 episodes of the 2022 crime comedy “Only Murders in the Building”.

Roles in movies

Amy’s debut film role was playing Beth in the 1992 crime mystery thriller “In the Deep Woods”, directed by Charles Correll, and which starred Rosanna Arquette, Anthony Perkins  ofand Will Patton; it follows a woman who’s just met a private detective, and believes that he’s the killer her best friend.


A couple of Amy’s following roles were in the 1998 drama “Remembering Sex”, the 1999 drama “Roberta” and the 2000 drama “You Can Count on Me”.

The year 2004 saw her portray Lynn Bedik in the mystery thriller “Keane”, written and directed by Lodge Kerrigan, and which starred Damian Lewis, Abigail Breslin and Amy Ryan. It follows a man who’s searching for his missing daughter in New York City, and the film won two of its eight award nominations. Amy was then cast to appear in the 2005 action science fiction adventure “War of the Worlds”, which was nominated for Oscars for Best Achievement in Visual Effects, Best Achievement in Sound Editing and Best Achievement in Sound Mixing, the 2005 comedy “Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World”, and the 2009 drama “The Missing Person”.

In 2014, she played Sylvia in the critically acclaimed comedy “Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)”, which Alejandro G. Iñárritu wrote and directed, and which starred Edward Norton, Zach Galifianakis and Michael Keaton. It follows the life of a washed-up superhero actor, and the movie won 193 of its 486 award nominations, including four Oscars wins, some of which were for Best Achievement in Cinematography, Best Writing, Original Screenplay and Best Achievement in Directing.

Amy’s three most recent film roles have been in the 2020 biographical historical drama “Worth” and the crime mystery “Lost Girls”, and the 2023 horror comedy “Beau Is Afraid”.

Other credits

Amy sang the songs “Physical” and “Life Is a Highway” in two episodes of the series “The Office” in 2008.

She produced the 2009 drama movie “The Missing Person”.

Amy received special thanks for the 2011 drama mini-series “Mildred Pierce”, the 2019 romantic comedy “Almost Love”, and the 2021 horror mystery thriller “False Positive”.

Awards and nominations

Amy’s won 39 of her 71 award nominations, including an Oscar nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role, for “Gone Baby Gone”.

Some of her wins include a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture and a Gold Derby Film Award for Best Ensemble Cast, both in 2015 for “Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)” (shared with colleagues), and a 2020 IMDb STARmeter Award for Fan Favorite.


Love life and husband

Amy’s been more or less successful at keeping the details of her love life away from the media’s attention. It’s still known that she began dating American screenwriter, producer and actor Eric Slovin sometime in the second half of the 2000s, and that she gave birth to their daughter in October 2009; Eric’s probably known best for writing 60 episodes (2002-2005) of the critically acclaimed comedy series “Saturday Night Live”.

The two exchanged vows in a small ceremony in 2011, and have since been living together in Los Angeles, California.

Amy’s yet to speak of other men whom she’s maybe been with, she’s married to Eric Slovin as of April 2023, and they have a daughter together.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Amy launched her Instagram account ‘This Is Amy Ryan’ a while ago, but has only uploaded a single picture onto the social media network; she’s nevertheless followed by more than 9,000 people.

She likes to work out at the gym, and also goes for a run nearly every morning.

Amy’s a philanthropist and a lover of animals, and has donated money to several animal shelters and organizations which aim to help underprivileged children.

Her favorite singer is Lady Gaga, and her favorite song “Just Dance”.

Amy’s favorite actress is Emily Blunt, while some of her favorite movies include “A Quiet Place”, “The Girl on the Train”, and “Wild Mountain Thyme”.


Height, eyes and wealth

Amy’s age is 54. Her eyes are blue and hair’s blonde, she’s 5ft 3ins (1.61m) tall and weighs around 115lbs (52kgs).

Amy’s net worth’s been estimated at over $7 million, as of April 2023.

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How Aryan Khan Survived a Drug Scandal and Reclaimed His Life



Who is Aryan Khan?

Indian actor Aryan Khan was born in Mumbai, India, on 13 November 1997, making Scorpio his zodiac sign. He’s probably only known for being the son of famous Indian actor Shah Rukh Khan and his wife Gauri Khan, an Indian film producer and fashion designer.

Education and early life

Aryan was raised alongside his younger siblings AbRam and Suhana Kham in Mumbai by their parents who, although highly active in the film industry, still found time to spend with their children.

Aryan studied at Dhirubhai Ambani International School prior to moving to England with his family, where he studied at Sevenoaks School. He mostly became interested in acting thanks to his parents who often took him to their movie sets; Aryan matriculated in 2016, and then enrolled at University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2020.


Aryan’s career

Aryan launched his acting career in 2001 aged three, when cast to play Young Rahul in the romantic musical movie “Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham…”, written and directed by Karan Johar, and which starred his father Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol and Amitabh Bachchan. It follows wealthy Rahul who’s been disowned by his father because he has married a poor woman, while Rahul’s younger brother Rohan’s now trying to reunite the family; the movie won 30 of its 77 award nominations.

In 2006, Aryan appeared in the romantic movie “Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna”, written and directed by Karan Johar, and which again starred his father and Amitabh Bachchan. It follows the marriage of former Football Player Dev and successful fashion editor Rhea, as well as the marriage of event planner Rishi and kindergarten teacher Maya; the movie won 14 of its 52 award nominations.

The year 2014 heard Aryan voice Tej in the animated movie “Hum Hain Lajawaab”, and he won a Best Dubbing Voice Artist Award for his performance.

In 2019, he voiced Simba in the Hindi version of the critically acclaimed 2019 animated adventure movie “The Lion King”, while his father voiced Mufasa. The film was directed by Jon Favreau, while its original version starred Donald Glover, Beyonce and Seth Rogen; it’s the same movie as that from 1994, but with rather different animation, and it won 21 of its 55 award nominations.

In December 2022, Aryan revealed that he, Leti Blagoeva and Bunty Singh had launched their company Slab Ventures, and were to make and sell their own premium vodka D’Yavol through the largest brewery in the world, Anheuser-Busch InBev.


Life of controversy

Aryan’s youngest sibling was born via surrogacy in 2013, and rumors then began circulating the internet, claiming that Aryan and his Romanian girlfriend were the real parents of the child; his father Shah went on to address the rumors, stating that none of them were true.

A video was uploaded onto the internet in 2013, seemingly showing Aryan and Indian model and social media star Navya Nanda having sex; it was then revealed that these weren’t actually Navya and Aryan, but rather people who resembled them.

Aryan was arrested on 3 October 2021 in Mumbai, for consuming and being in possession of drugs at a rave party; he cried during the interrogation, and revealed that he had been using drugs for four years. He was granted bail on 28 October, but was cleared of all charges in 2022.

Presence on social media networks

Aryan’s an Instagram star, as more than 2.7 million people are following him on the network today, though he’s posted only 29 pictures and videos, with most showing him during his everyday life.

He’s been active on Twitter since September 2010, and has tweeted nearly 400 times; he mostly uses Twitter to share inspirational quotes with his fans.

More than 80,000 people are following Aryan on Facebook today, while his most recent update was on 31 March 2023.

He’s also active on TikTok, with more than 2.3 million people following him on this social media network, while he’s amassed over 56 million likes of all his videos combined; most of these show Aryan dancing and pulling pranks on his friends.


Love life and relationships

Aryan hasn’t spoken of the girls whom he’s maybe dated, which is why his fans have started various rumors on the internet concerning his past and present relationships, as well as his sexual orientation.

Many people believe that Aryan’s been in a relationship with above mentioned Navya Naveli Nanda since 2020, as the two have featured each other in many of their Instagram pictures, and have also often been seen spending time together in public; both Aryan and Navya have denied these rumors, claiming that they’re only good friends.

There are also those who believe that Aryan’s gay, and that this is why he avoids speaking about his love life, but this hasn’t been confirmed either.

Aryan seems to be unattached as of April 2023, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.

Hobbies and interesting facts

Aryan’s a huge fan of fast cars, and his father’s bought him both a BMW i8 and a Ferrari 458 Italia.

London’s Khanage Indian Kitchen is Aryan’s favorite restaurant.

He’s passionate about sports, and his favorite’s cricket; he’s also been into martial arts since a very early age, and today holds black belt in Taekwondo. In 2010, Aryan won the Maharashtra Taekwondo competition.

He doesn’t like to be driven, as he gets car sickness.

Aryan’s very close to his siblings.

He likes snow, which is perhaps why winter’s his favorite season.

Aryan exercises at the gym four to five times a week, thus his muscular body.

He likes to watch Hollywood movies, and some of his favorite actors are Keanu Reeves, John Travolta and Al Pacino, while some of his favorite films include the trilogy “The Matrix”, “Fight Club” and the trilogy “The Godfather”.


Height, eyes and wealth

Aryan’s age is 25. He has brown eyes and black hair, is 5ft 11ins (1.8m) tall and weighs around 160lbs (73kgs).

Aryan’s net worth’s been estimated at over $100,000 as of April 2023, and his father’s at more than $600 million.

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