Erin Ryder Wiki, Married, Husband, Boyfriend, Show, Net Worth, Height

Date: 26 Jun, 2017

Erin Ryder Wiki, Married, Husband, Boyfriend, Show, Net Worth, Height

Thirty-seven years old Erin Ryder is an American television producer, host, explorer, adventurer, and photographer. She was born on August 14, 1980, in New York City from American parents. She currently resides in Los Angeles, California. She graduated from Cortland University in 2003 with honors in communications and computer applications. She also won an All-American title and a National Championship in field hockey. Erin also holds a Masters degree in Television, Radio, and Film from SI Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. 

Ryder was a co-executive producer and on-camera investigator for hit reality television series called Destination Truth by Syfy. It is a weekly one-hour show filmed in remote locations around the world that explored some of the world's mysteries and unexplained natural phenomena. She has also served as a host and co-executive producer for the National Geographic Channel on the series called Chasing UFOs. Recently she hosted a 5 episode web series called Myth Explorer for Universal Studios and NBC.

Since the year 2004, she began working for the Olympics on NBC producing the Bumps, Teases, Open, and Promos for the 2004 Summer Olympics Games in Athens, Greece. She also worked for different reality shows on Discovery Channel, Spike, ESPN, NBC, ABC, Cartoon Network, CBS, TLC, CW, National Geographic Channel, STYLE, VH1, and MTV.

In 2005 Ryder moved to Los Angeles and continued her work in the field of television. She landed a job as a field producer at MTV on the series called Final Fu. The series featured the best practitioners of their respective martial arts styles against one another in a series of head to head fights and challenges. Ryder also helped in the productions of 32nd Daytime Emmy Awards.

In 2007 Ryder came back to New York where she worked as a producer on VH1's competition reality series titled The (White) Rapper show.

Ryder was sent to Detroit to work on ABC's, Crash Course in 2009, a stunt-heavy competition reality series. She also worked as a supervising producer on Cartoon Networks first live-action kids show The Othersiders that same year. She also produced a jackass-for-kids like the reality show on Cartoon Network called Dude, What Would Happen. 

Ryder worked in the field on The Discovery Channel's hour-long special called The Supernaturalist in 2011. Also in 2011, she began working on the documentary television series pilot called Finding Bigfoot on Animal Planet.

Ryder has disclosed very less information about her personal life. According to records she is not married and is possibly single. There is no mention of her having a boyfriend or husband in the past. Also, we do not have details about her family. Her net worth and salary is also a secret. She has an average height. Her bio can be found on wiki pages like Wikipedia and IMDB.