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Who Is Colton Ryan Dating? Get to Know 'The Girl from Plainville' Star's Girlfriend of 7 Years

Oyin Balogun
Apr 04, 2022
09:15 A.M.
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Colton Ryan's career over the last few years has thrown him into the limelight, making him one of the most interesting rising stars. But the actor seems to have an even more exciting life away from the screen.

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Colton Ryan has gone from a relatively unknown name to an actor everyone seems to love seeing on TV series these days. Although Ryan has been around the movie industry for some years, his big break came in 2020 after being cast in the Apple series "Little Voice."

Despite having a bright future, Ryan remains bonded to his humble background. The actor was born in Kentucky and nurtured his passion for acting during his teenage years.

Colton Ryan at an event | Source: Getty Images

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Ryan has done a good job acting in Hollywood, but not many stars know that the actor has an equally successful career on Broadway.

Ryan made his Broadway debut in 2017 as a standby for the title character in "Dear Evan Hansen." He also appeared in the 2020 Broadway production of "Girl From the North Country."

Colton Ryan attends the premiere of "The Girl From Plainville" during the 2022 SXSW Conference and Festival at the SXSW Film Theatre on March 12, 2022 | Source: Getty Images

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The 26-year-old star has a lot to be grateful for. While not many stars have to wait a while before appearing on a major TV series, Ryan's case was different.

His first TV series was the hit show "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit." His appearance came in an episode in 2017, and since then, his career has attained great heights.

Ryan's growing fame has sparked an interest in his personal life. The "Little Voice" star is undoubtedly good-looking and charming, and many fans wonder if he has found a special one.

RYAN IS IN LOVE

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Unfortunately for hopeful fans, Ryan is in love! The actor has been in a longtime relationship with his sweetheart Adrian Grace Bumpas. The couple shares a unique bond and is deeply in love. According to one of his posts, they've been together for about seven years.

Bumpas is a choreographer and singer. Bumpas has received several music theaters and acting scholarships alongside an NYC acting nomination. Her website shows that she is passionate about her craft, like Ryan.

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Passion is the best word to describe Ryan's relationship with Bumpas. The couple has a beautiful life together with their dog, Rumble, which Ryan gifted his girlfriend for their first Christmas together.

Their Instagram pictures show that the young couple loves an adventurous life, but their biggest adventure is exploring life together.

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In one of his posts, Ryan shared a picture of Bumpas and their dogs and wrote, "every day we spend together is an adventure, even locked inside. I love everyone in this picture more than anything."

Bumpas recently turned 29, according to a post by Ryan. There are no indications of the couple walking down the aisle soon, but they look happy together.

RYAN LOVES HIS NEW ROLE

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Ryan's career adventure landed him a role in the upcoming drama, "The Girl From Plainville," about a teenager who committed suicide in 2014 following a failed relationship.

Ryan, who played the lead role of Conrad "Coco" Roy III, worked alongside his co-star, Ellen Fanning, to depict the role almost as sensitively as they could and tried to build a relationship via chat to get into their parts.

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Ryan believes the movie has a lot to offer, and he's glad he played it. In his words, "I still think [the show is] a gift that I don't know what it's fully giving yet, but I'm still figuring it out.."

The series follows the relationship between two teenagers leading up to Conrad's suicide in 2014 and the court battle that followed. Mitchell Carter was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2017. However, she regained her freedom in 2020 after serving 11 months of her 15-month sentence.

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