60 years of creativity for the icon of romance and comedy.. Meg Ryan
Film lovers in the world celebrated the arrival of the cheerful beauty Meg Ryan at the age of 60, which for her is not an age for retirement, but rather an age for creativity and more art and cinema in her preferred area between comedy and romance.
And Ryan combines German, Irish and Polish features, as she learned discipline from her parents, who are teachers, and lived a bitter experience in her teenage years after their separation in 1976.
Meg studied journalism at New York University, but her success in drama and television forced her to discontinue her studies.
Meg achieved international fame with the movie When Harry Met Sally or When Harry Met Sally, which tells the story of a love between two young men that has become an icon of emotions since the film was released in 1989, and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award.
In general, Ryan made her way in the cinema and on television in a step-by-step manner, and did not rush to fame, and made the quality of the role, not its size, her main compass in the work.
So she did not hesitate to work in supporting roles such as her role in Top Gun, and work in small budget independent films such as Promised Land in 1987.
Ryan has gone on to play successful romantic comedies, starring with Tom Hanks in 3 films: Joe Defying the Volcano in 1990, Watching in Seattle in 1993 and You Have the Mail in 1998.
The beautiful star sought to get out of the families of the beloved girl in love, and the opportunity came to her with the movie When a Man Loves a Woman or When a Man Loves a Woman in the World of 1994, opposite the star Andy Garcia, in which she played the role of an alcoholic.
Ryan starred in numerous films established by one of the most successful actresses of the 1990s and early 2000s, such as her famous film Sleepless in Seattle in 1993, Anastasia in 1997, Courage under Fire 1996, City of Angels 1998, and The Woman in 2008.
She starred opposite Kristen Bell and Justin Long in the independent comedy Serious Moonlight by Cheryl Hines.
In 2016, Ryan directed and acted in Ithaca, a drama film based on a 1943 novel.
On a personal level, she married actor Dennis Quaid and had one child with him, and their marriage lasted 10 years before they separated in July 2001.
She later fell in love with New Zealand actor Russell Crowe while they worked together on the movie "Proof of Life". She was also briefly engaged to American singer John Mellencamp before ending her engagement with him.
It is reported that she adopted a girl from China named Daisy True in 2006.