Credits: Broad City, Search Party and Inside Amy Schumer
RYAN ELIZABETH CUNNINGHAM is an Emmy and Peabody Award-winning producer.
Select TV producer credits include Inside Amy Schumer and Broad City (Comedy Central), Louie (FX); Search Party and The Last O.G. (TBS); Strangers (Facebook); Horace and Pete (Hulu); The Electric Company (PBS), as well as several prominent stand-up specials for Netflix and HBO.
Her film credits include Rachel Israel’s feature Keep the Change, starring the first leading cast on the autism spectrum and winner of Best Narrative Feature at Tribeca Film Festival 2017; Becks, winner of the US Fiction Prize at the LA Film Festival 2017; and the ill-fated I Love You, Daddy, directed by Louis C.K., which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival.
She’s also produced the features 3rd Street Blackout (LAFF) and Claire in Motion (SXSW).
Ryan recently launched the development company Running Woman with the goal to tell stories that haven’t been heard before, and represented a TV project, The Fugitive Game, in the 2018 IFP Project Forum.
She’s also co-owned the NYC-based post-production house Running Man for the last decade.
Ryan is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design and a member of the RISD President’s Alumni Advisory Council and co-chair of the RISD Fund.
She lives in Brooklyn and has a seven-year-old daughter on the autism spectrum who keeps her on her toes.