Ryan Burns Age Height Facts Fashion Campaigns

Ryan Burns model

Ryan Burns model

Birth Date

Not available


United States

Sun Sign

Not available

Natural hair color

Dark Blonde

Eye color



6 ft 1 in | 185 cm

Ryan Burns for Massimo Dutti Spring Summer Campaign

Ryan Burns for Massimo Dutti Spring Summer


39 in | 99 cm


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31 in | 79 cm

Shoe size

10 US | 43 EU

Ryan Burns for Hugo Boss Orange Fall Winter

Ryan Burns for Hugo Boss Orange Fall Winter

Facts Age

Ryan Burns was born in Los Angeles, California, United States, is an American male model.

Burns began his modeling career at the age of 17, he signed to Ford Models.

Long time highly ranked on Top Icons Men and Money List by

Ryan's hobbies are surfing, hiking, driving race cars, yoga and ju-jitsu.

He is married to Brazilian model Aline Nakashima.


Harper's Bazaar U.S., DA MAN Magazine, Man of the World, Vogue Hommes, GQ Taiwan, Vogue Paris, L'Officiel Hommes Germany Cover, Velvet Magazine, Esquire Spain, Esquire U.S., Vogue Italia.

Advertising campaigns

H&M, Banana Republic, Hugo Boss, Nautica, Ermenegildo Zegna, Massimo Dutti, Lord & Taylor.

Fashion Shows

Walked runway for Ermenegildo Zegna and Gap.


Represented by agencies New York Ford Models, Hamburg Kult Model Agency, Milan FASHION MODEL MANAGEMENT, London Storm Management, Barcelona Sight Management Studio.

Ryan Burns for Uomo Ermenegildo Zegna Cologne

Ryan Burns for Uomo Ermenegildo Zegna cologne


I was actually scouted by my own mother. Back when I was 17, she took me by the hand and practically dragged me into Ford Models for an interview.

I have more facial hair than most guys. I never shave. I use a Wahl beard trimmer.

The biggest part of my job is staying in shape, so my free time equates to maintaining my physique.

My hair’s a big mess when I wake up. It’s that kind of manly look, I guess.

I don't think 'male model' and 'macho-ness' necessarily go together, but, you know...what am I doing 'thinking' in the first place, anyway?

Oh, of course I have my own signature look. I call it 'The Deer in the Headlights.' I'm doing it right now, actually, and so is every other model...all day, every day.

When you become comfortable with yourself and forget about everything else, that’s when you’ll have an actual career in modeling.

The beauty of this job is that you never know where it will take you.