Ryan Grier is an actor who has made various appearances in LordStarscream100's films. He is best known for his roles as Banny Passerini in the Bread's Crumbs Cinematic Universe, and as Emilio the pizza guy in the Pizza No Come Film Series



Ryan made an "accidental cameo" in Bread's Crumbs 2: Electric BoogalooWhile Scott filmed a scene in their high school engineering room, Ryan was seen sitting with Jacob Lutz (who also made an "accidental cameo"). The reason this was an "accidental cameo" is because Ryan would go on to play Banny Passerini in the series' third installment, which wasn't planned at the time of the second film's production. In 2017, Ryan was confirmed to have played Banny Passerini in the film during his cameo. 


On April 25, Ryan was announced to have joined the cast of Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam, in which he would make his "acting debut" as Banny Passerini, the son of the villainous Biscuit Savage. Ryan filmed his scenes for the project on June 6 and 7; he was expected to appear in more scenes, but scheduling conflicts prevented him from participating. The project was released in late June. 

Ryan later played the pizza guy in the short film Pizza No Come, which was filmed and released in July. He later played a minor role in The Legend of the Creepy Guy in the Woods, having filmed his scenes in December 2016. 


The Legend of the Creepy Guy in the Woods was released in early March. On March 14, Ryan was confirmed to be returning as Banny for a final time in Bread's Crumbs 4: Mass Consumption. On April 13, Ryan filmed a cameo as the pizza guy in Pizza Will Come - his first appearance in the series since the first installment in July 2016. The film was released on April 14. A week later, Ryan returned as the pizza guy (whose name is revealed to be "Emilio") in Pizza Won't Come. He filmed the project on April 19, and it was released on April 21. 

On May 12, Ryan filmed a cameo in The Best of West, appearing alongside Gabe Sagherian, Austin Brinser, Chris Lombardo and Sean Larkin. On May 15, Ryan was confirmed to be playing a "new main antagonist" in Bread's Crumbs 4. The character was later revealed to be The Creator of The Crumbs. Ryan filmed his first (and only) scene as The Creator on May 18. He was scheduled to participate in several more days of the production, but stopped showing up to film. Dan Brusilovsky ultimately took over the role. Ryan would film his scenes as Banny Passerini on July 19, after numerous scheduling conflicts that prevented him from filming. In December, Ryan filmed an extended cameo as Emilio the pizza guy in Pizza Must Come


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