About Meg Ryan’s Daughter, Daisy True Ryan: Age, Boyfriend, Bio

March 22, 2024
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Who is Daisy True Ryan?

Daisy was born in China in September 2004, meaning that her zodiac sign is either Virgo or Libra. She’s probably only known for being the adoptive daughter of Meg Ryan, a famous American actress.

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Early life and education

Daisy hasn’t shared a lot about her biological parents, and it’s believed that she hasn’t even had a chance to meet them; most of Meg’s fans believe that her adoptive daughter was abandoned as soon as she was born, and placed in a foster home. Meg has only one other child: she gave birth to her and former husband Dennis William Quaid’s son Jack Henry Quaid on 24 April 1992; Jack’s today a successful actor and screenwriter with more than 50 acting credits to his name, probably best known for his playing of Marvel in the 2012 action science fiction adventure movie “The Hunger Games”.

Daisy studied at a local high school in Los Angeles, California, and was interested in several activities during her time there; it’s believed that she took acting and dancing lessons, but that she’s not interested in pursuing a career in the film industry.

She’s matriculated just recently in 2022, and it’s believed that Daisy’s enrolled at college.


Love life and boyfriend

Daisy keeps away from media, and hasn’t appeared in public with any boys or girls to whom she might be romantically linked; this has made some of her fans believe that she’s perhaps lesbian, and doesn’t want to share these details of her love life with the public, but none of this has been confirmed.

There was a Reddit user who claimed that he’d seen Daisy kissing her boyfriend back in 2021, but no pictures were provided to support these claims, nor did Daisy address these rumors.

She seems to be unattached, and focused on her studies as of November 2022.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Daisy’s days are believed to be filled with activities, as she’s taking both acting and dancing lessons, and is also practicing martial arts.

She’s travelled all around the US with her adoptive mother, and some of Meg’s fans believe that Meg travels with her adoptive daughter to China at least once every year, wanting her to remain close to her roots.

Daisy’s been learning Chinese since she was four, and is today fluent.

She loves animals, and Daisy occasionally volunteered together with Meg at a dog shelter while she was growing up.

Her favorite actors are Robert Downey Jr. and Clint Eastwood, and some of her favorite movies are “Avengers: Endgame”, “The Judge” and “Due Date”.


Height, eyes and wealth

Daisy’s age is 18. She has brown eyes and long brown hair, her weight is 150lbs (67kgs) and she’s 5ft 8ins (1.73m) tall.

Daisy doesn’t have an independent net worth as of November 2022, but her adoptive mother Meg’s net worth’s been estimated at over $85 million.

Who is her mother Meg Ryan?

Famous American actress Meg Ryan was born as Margaret Mary Emily Anne Hyra in Fairfield, Connecticut USA, on 19 November 1961, making her zodiac sign Scorpio. She’s had roles in more than 50 movies and TV series, and is perhaps still best known for her portrayal of the main character Sally Albright in the 1989 romantic comedy movie “When Harry Met Sally…”, which Ron Reiner directed, and which also starred Carrie Fisher and Billy Crystal. It follows Sally and Harry who’ve known each other for many years, and have begun falling in love; the movie won four of its 22 award nominations, including an Oscar nomination for Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.

Meg was raised in Fairfield alongside her sisters Annie and Dana, by their American mother Susan Jordan (nee Duggan) who was an English language teacher and actress, and Polish father Harry Hyra who was a math teacher; Susan and Harry divorced in 1976. Meg studied at St. Pius X Elementary School prior to progressing to Bethel High School, from which she matriculated in 1979.

She then enrolled at the University of Connecticut in pursuit of a degree in journalism; Meg eventually transferred to New York University, but dropped out to pursue an acting career.

It was in 1981 that she made her debut film appearance, playing Debby – Age 18 in the drama “Rich and Famous”, and the following year saw Meg make her debut TV series appearance, playing Jane in the pilot episode of the comedy “One of the Boys”. Between 1982 and 1984, Meg portrayed Betsy Stewart in the romantic series “As the World Turns”, which Irna Phillips created, and which starred Ellen Dolan, Jon Hensley and Elizabeth Hubbard; it follows the lives of Stewart and Hughes families, the series subsequently aired for 54 years, and won 90 of its 546 award nominations.


Some of Meg’s following notable performances were in the critically acclaimed 1986 action movie “Top Gun”, which won an Oscar for Best Music, Original Song, the 1988 action mystery crime movie “The Presidio”, and the 1991 biographical musical film “The Doors”.

The year 1993 saw her star alongside Tom Hanks in the critically acclaimed romantic comedy movie “Sleepless in Seattle”, and Meg was then cast to star in various other hit romantic comedies, such as the 1994 “When a Man Loves a Woman”, the 1995 “French Kiss”, and the 1998 “You’ve Got Mail”. The year 2001 saw her play Kate McKay, starring alongside Hugh Jackman in the romantic fantasy comedy movie “Kate & Leopold”, which James Mangold directed, and which follows an English Duke who’s been sent through time from 1876 to modern day New York City, and has fallen in love with an advertising executive. The movie won one of its seven award nominations, including an Oscar nomination for Best Music, Original Song.


Some of Meg’s other notable performances in the 2000s were in the 2003 mystery thriller film “In the Cut”, the 2007 romantic comedy movie “In the Land of Women”, and the 2009 romantic crime comedy film “Serious Moonlight”.

She’s since had only a couple of roles, with three of her most recent having been in the 2015 war movie “Ithaca”, the 2018 comedy series “Picture Paris”, and the 2020 comedy podcast “Cut and Run”; she’s currently shooting for the upcoming movie “What Happens Later”, set to be released in 2023.


Meg’s won 12 of her 42 award nominations, which include three Golden Globe nominations for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical, for “When Harry Met Sally…”, “Sleepless in Seattle” and “You’ve Got Mail”.

She married Dennis Quaid on 14 February 1991, but they separated in June 2000, and their divorce was finalized in July 2001. Meg began dating famous New Zealand actor Russell Crowe in 2000, and they were together for around two years. From 2010 through 2014, she was in a relationship with famous American singer John Mellencamp, they reunited in 2017, became engaged on 8 November 2018, but split in October 2019.

Martha Clifford

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