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Welcome to Remarkably Ryan, your exclusive and number one source for the Japanese-American actor, Ryan Potter. Ryan is most notable for playing the roles of Mike Fukanaga in Supah Ninjas, Hiro Hamada (voice) in Big Hero 6 and of course, Gar Logan in Titans.

Welcome to the Career sub-section of Ryan Potter Central where we highlight all of Ryan’s projects throughout his storied career spanning all the way from 2011 up until present day.

Storied Details

Ryan Potter had his first big break when he was cast as Mike Fukanaga in Supah Ninjas sometime during 2010, when he learned about the auditions through his White Tiger Kung Fu Studio where Nickelodeon was advertising and quickly started gaining a fanbase once it aired in January of 2011 when he was just 15 years old. Supah Ninjas ran from 2011 until 2013 when it ended after two seasons on a cliff hanger.

In between Supah Ninjas, he appeared on episodes of Family BrainSurge (one appearance), Worldwide Day of Play, Figure It Out (nine appearances) and Fred: The Show (two appearances). His career further took off after the end of Supah Ninjas when he starred in his breakout role of Hiro Hamada in Disney’s Big Hero 6 (2014), which makes him one of the few and far between stars to appear in both Nickelodeon and Disney productions. In the same year, he appeared in the independent film, Senior Project.

Over the next couple years, Ryan focused mainly on his movie career as he appeared in more independent films such as Underdog Kids (2015), the animated Throne of Elves (2016) and then Running for Grace (2018) while in only appearing in Lab Rats: Elite Force (2016, two appearances) during those three years before reprising his role of Hiro Hamada in Big Hero 6: The Series (2017, Special; 2018, Series Premiere), starring as Gar Logan in Titans (2018) and making a special appearance in Where’s Waldo? (2019) as Koichi.

Ryan has also done his fair share of charity work by launching his own charity, Toy Box of Hope. He has held a toy drive two years in a row back in 2011 and 2012. In 2013, although no event was held, toys were still donated on behalf of Ryan. Ryan is also a Photographer, Martial Artist and Director.

Projects Based

Do you want more information on all of his projects? Well we worked so hard into giving you as much information as possible that we had to separate the pages to give you a more in-depth look into Ryan’s career.

  • Movies
    — This list full details of every movie and film that Ryan has done.
  • Other Projects
    — This includes information on other projects such as Short Films or Games.
  • Television Series
    — This list full details of every television series that Ryan has done.

Project Extras

  • Awards
    — Check out all the rewards that Ryan has won throughout his career!
  • Finding Ryan
    — This special section highlights all the areas you will find Ryan in a show/movie. [For the smaller roles]
  • Project Origins
    — Curious about the source material for a project?
  • Representation
    — All of Ryan’s Representation and Agencies listed for your viewing pleasure. [We DO NOT recommend contacting them.]
  • Support
    — Want to support Ryan in all the ways? Find out how!
  Last Updated On: July 28, 2020   You are here: HomepageCareer