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Date of Birth
Jun 11, 1977 – Jun 20, 2011 (34 years old)
United States of America
Ryan Dunn Net Worth: Ryan Dunn was an American actor, television personality and stunt man who had a net worth of $6 million dollars. Ryan Dunn was born June 11, 1977 in Medina, Ohio. He was best known for being a member of the Jackass and Viva La Bam crew. Dunn became widely known, along with long-time friend Bam Margera, for extreme stunts and pranks recorded on camera, which ultimately led to the rise of MTV’s Jackass and its three later feature films—all experiencing commercial success. Aside from Jackass, Dunn also hosted Homewrecker and Proving Ground and appeared in feature films such as Street Dreams and Blonde Ambition, as well as in Margera’s films Haggard: The Movie and Minghags: The Movie. After living in various cities in Northeastern Ohio for most of his childhood, Dunn’s family moved to Buffalo, NY and then Philadelphia, PA when he was 15 years old. On his first day of high school in Ohio, he met Bam Margera, who would become one of his closest friends. Margera dropped out of school and became a pro skater and Dunn skated only recreationally and road his BMX bike for fun. Dunn, Margera, Raab and Brandon Dicamillo (who called themselves CKY for Camp Kill Yourself) started making their own videos that featured skating and random stunts. The crew got even more ambitious and created their own skits and comedy bits, such as Dunn’s breakout character, Capt Undies, who would buzz around town in a diaper and cape. The CKY crew managed to sneak a tape of Capt Undies onto the school’s video system so that every classroom was treated to an impromptu viewing of Dunn in a diaper. The CKY video gained local popularity and the crew sold their first video on the underground skate marketing scene. Dunn found himself an underground hero as the video made its way across the country. Unfortunately, Ryan Dunn died in an alcohol-related automobile accident in West Goshen Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania on the morning of June 20, 2011, alongside his friend Zachary Hartwell, a production assistant on Jackass Number Two.