Ryan Buell is a television personality and author best known as the host of the television show Paranormal State. He grew up in South Carolina and still visits the show as often as possible. The name Buell has been the subject of much controversy. Some say that his accomplishments are about as numerous as his transgressions, but the truth remains that he is still a man who inspires a great many people. Even though he has done a handful of things that are questionable, he is admired for his professional achievements.
Ryan Buell Biography
Ryan Daniel Buell was born on July 8, 1982, in Corry, Pennsylvania. He was raised by his mother, Shelly Bonavita Lundberg. He is married to Sergey Poberezhny, a colleague from the Paranormal State Show. His mother, Shelley Lundberg, is said to have remarried and have more children.
He was part of the debating team at his high school and acted in plays. During this time in high school, he became the editor of his school newspaper. He also created a daily news show with a friend. After high school, Ryan earned a degree in Journalism and Anthropology from the University of Pennsylvania.
At the age of 19, while still at university, he pioneered the Paranormal Research Society. All the work he did there was a valuable experience that he used for the television show “Paranormal State”. Buell created and coordinated the show (Paranormal State), and his good work led him to become Executive Producer of the movie American Ghost Hunter, which was released in 2010.
For 2011, Buell announced a tour of 41 cities for the film. He was also co-producer of Ghost Prophecies. The final episode of Paranormal State was aired in May 2011 after Buell and his team decided to end the series. It was in its fifth season.
5 Interesting Facts You Need To Know About Him
1. Ryan Buell Is Bisexual
Buell is bisexual, he mentioned this on his Facebook account in 2010. He also mentioned it in his book Paranormal State: My Journey into the Unknown, a memoir that explains his sexuality and religion. In the book, he tried to explain how he was both bisexual and catholic.
In his opinion, his sexuality was not reason enough to shy away from his Catholic faith. Since he had grown up in a Catholic home, he encouraged others in similar situations to do the same.
2. He Lied About Having Cancer
In July 2012, Ryan Buell announced that he had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. He thanked fans and people who sympathized with him. He in turn sympathized with others who suffered from cancer and other diseases. He advised them to keep going and insisted that he knew how they felt because he also accepted the possibility of dying. Buell said in a 2013 interview that he was close to remission.
However, when his mother was questioned about his health, she rejected his claim. It turned out that he had been lying about his health all along. His mother said she kept silent about Buell because he was her baby and she wanted to protect him. In her opinion, a mother would do anything to protect her child. However, Buell had only hurt herself and she would no longer cover for him.
3. He Has Been Arrested Twice
Buell was arrested on two occasions. The first time was in September 2016 when he was arrested in Florence County, South Carolina. He was returned to Pennsylvania and charged with receiving stolen goods and theft on two counts. After one month he was released on bail.
Ryan Buell was also arrested in April 2017 on charges of assault. After his release, he wrote a blog post explaining how he had struggled with drugs, which caused him to make most of his wrong decisions. He explained that the arrest was the motivation he needed to change his habits, adding that he had gone to rehab and was about to get his life back on track.
4. His Net Worth
Ryan Buell has a net worth of $1.5 million, most of which is derived from the revenues of his television show Paranormal State. Royalties from the sale of his books were also a source of income for him.
5. Height and Body Stats
His height is 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 84 kg. Other details of his body statistics are not publicly available.