Reid Ewing wiki, gay, family, age, interview, partner
An American actor Reid Ewing is widely known for his reccuring guest role on ABC comedy known as Family in which he had portrayed the character of Dylan. He has made his appearance in the theater productions in South Florida area. He has been active in this field since the year 2008 and since then, he has achieved a lot of success as well as huge number of fans following.
It was in April of the year 2010 when Reid was cast for the MTV movie called The Truth Below. Prior to the acting, Ewing also loves to play the piano, guitar as well as banjo. In addition to that, he has also written a song titled as In the Moonlight which his character performs on the Modern Family. He also made his appearance in the commercials of Wendy’s “Where’s the beef?”
Ewing has also starred in an episode of a series called Good Luck Charlie along with Bridgit Mendler. His other filmograpy as well as TV credit includes In Between Days, Fright Night, Crush, Reiding, The Truth Below, The Power Inside, Zeke and Luther, Up All Night, Modern Family, Crush, South Dakota, and many more. Moving on to his personal life biography, there are no any details found about his personal life.
It is not known whether he has any partner or married. But it is cure that he is not a gay. Reid is one of the hot and good looking actors in the Hollywood. More information about him as well as his interview can also be obtained from his various social networking sites such as Twitter and Instagram.
Reid is a tall guy with the height of six feet and two inches. He came into this world on 7th November of the year 1988 which has now made him at the age of 26. Reid was grown up with his family in the South Florida. He went to get his education from the Dreyfoos School of the Arts that is located in West Palm Beach.
In addition to that, he also got enrolled at the School of Film and Television located in the New York. After that, he moved to the Los Angeles. As he was born in the month of November, his star sign is Scorpio. He was considered as one of the 55 Faces of the Future by the Nylon Magazine’s Young Hollywood Issue.