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Check Out Ryan Reynolds' Childhood Photo — He Still Hasn't Changed That Much

Rebelander Basilan
Oct 04, 2020
04:30 A.M.
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At 43, Ryan Reynolds is still as charming as his two-year-old version. The "Woman in Gold" actor gave his fans a glimpse of his childhood when he shared a throwback photo from 2015.


Hollywood Walk of Fame awardee Ryan Reynolds' appearance does not seem to have changed much since he was a toddler. Looking at the throwback photo he uploaded on Instagram in December 2015, one can say that the 43-year-old actor is truly age-defying.

In the caption, Reynolds shared that the photo was taken when he was only two years old. He added: "Football would be a totally ridiculous game if the ball were this big -- relative to the player's body."

Ryan Reynolds at The Shed on December 10, 2019 in New York City. | Photo: Getty Images


As soon as the actor's photo was up, fans gushed over how adorable he was, flooding the comments section with heart emojis and praises. An amused fan wrote, "How come you have [Chinese] eyes? I think that's what attracted me the most."

Someone else commented that the actor, who kicked off his career starring in the 1991 Canadian teen soap opera "Hillside," is so cute. As seen in the adorable snap, young Reynolds held a ball and smiled while looking at the camera.

Reynolds' fun spirit is evident in the snapshot, which has garnered more than 81,000 likes. Looking at the charming boy in the picture, it's no surprise he grew up to become a massively successful actor.


Reynolds' has this smooth-operator vibes and Disney prince handsomeness that radiate from his magazine covers. However, many people do not realize that the actor is frequently a nervous wreck in real life.

Before he appears on talk shows, Reynolds gets racked by dread and nausea. Worse, he becomes convinced that he may die, as reported by The New York Times.

Reynolds and his costars are now returning to work on Netflix's upcoming action film, "Red Notice."


In 2018, Reynolds shared that he has always had anxiety. He added, "Both in the lighthearted 'I'm anxious about this' kind of thing, and I've been to the depths of the darker end of the spectrum, which is not fun."

It was quite the admission from a man who was named People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive in 2010. Then again, perhaps it should not be a surprise that Reynolds could only have developed his humor after a lifetime of alchemizing comedy out of angst.


Meanwhile, Reynolds and his costars are now returning to work on Netflix's upcoming action film, "Red Notice." In March, the movie's production temporarily came to a halt because of the current global crisis, as reported by PEOPLE.

The cast has undergone a COVID-19 test before returning to filming as well. Reynolds recently quipped about his own testing experience documented by Blake Lively, the actor's wife since 2012.

According to him, the COVID test was quick and easy. He then described how the doctor tested him, saying the doctor placed the swab up his nose, just deep enough to tickle his childhood memories, and then it was over.

The actor, who was married to actress Scarlett Johansson from 2008 to 2011, added that the doctor would not buy him dinner first no matter what he said to him.


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