Danielle Ryan Net Worth is
Danielle Ryan Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Danielle Ryan is an Irish business woman, entrepreneur and philanthropist. She is the daughter of Capt. Cathal Ryan and granddaughter of Tony Ryan, founder of Ryanair. She trained in acting at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London.In February 2011 at the UN General Assembly in New York, Ryan announced that the Cathal Ryan Trust, set up in memory of her late father, was giving $14 million to help children in Sri Lanka following the bitter war which ended in May 2009 after 26 years. The donation is being channelled through UNICEF Ireland and is one of the biggest personal donations the UN Body has ever received. It will fund schools and maternity hospitals in Four of the worst effected towns in the main post-conflict area in the North of Sri Lanka.Speaking at the ECOSOC event in New York, Danielle said "this idea was the vision of my late father, as a result of his time spent as a young man in Sri Lanka in the late 1970s. As a pilot based there for a number of years, he got to know the country very well and was always humbled by the innate elegance of the people and their unrelenting determination to be educated."The partnership with UNICEF is the second public project of the Trust, after the creation of The Lir - National Academy of Dramatic Art in Dublin which was established in collaboration with Trinity College Dublin and the Cathal Ryan Trust, with the involvement of the internationally renowned Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) in London. The Lir Academy which opened its doors in October 2011 provides the highest international standards in education and training for actors, directors, designers, playwrights, stage managers and technicians. In 2013, Ryan launched the brand Roads which encompasses Luxury Fragrance, Book Publishing and Film Production. According to Ryan, the company's ethos is based around "storytelling", something she sees the olfactory trade as being the final component of.There are currently ten Roads Fragrances for sale in department stores across the world, a series of "Classic" books (new editions of popular classics, each designed to be recognizable as a Roads product), and a number of coffee table books. Roads Entertainment is headed up by producer Alan Maher - former senior executive of the Irish Film Board - and will release its first documentary and feature films in 2015.Ryan married barrister at law Richard Bourke, nephew of former President of Ireland Mary Robinson on 25 February 2012 at the Royal Opera House in London. Richard sits on the Board of Directors of Amnesty International Ireland and Educate Together.
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|La classe||1987-2005||TV Series writer - 3 episodes|
|Paris selon Moussa||2003||writer|
|Le Surbook||1995||TV Movie written by|
|Loft story||1988||TV Series writer - 4 episodes|
|Paris selon Moussa||2003||producer|