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Ryan Diamond

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About Ryan Diamond

  • Birthday 02/18/1997
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    New Mini Series on Storyfire!

    Hey everyone, Ryan here! New Series that I've been working on lately with a friend and writing partner Damiendiablo! "From The Bottom To The Top" Its a mini boxing series that focuses on two chracters, a broken orphan underdog living on the streets until he comes across a lonely teacher who voluntarily takes him in. Two broken souls who are looking for one thing... Family. Ultimately the main character is bullied and finds himself fighting against this bully and this bully finds himself fighting for one thing which is his father's approval and acceptance. Be sure to check it out!
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    "My Cinematic Reality"

    Be sure to check out my latest series on Storyfire "My Cinematic Reality". Just wrapped up season 3 and getting ready to start season 4 soon! Let's get 100 Subs going! Be sure to let me know in the comments ideas for a new series and what you would like to see. If we get to 100 subscribers I'll choose one lucky person to host the next series with me!
  3. I agree and can't wait to see where things go! We've gone from The year of Mcjuggernuggets, the year of the Eagle, the year of the Escape, the year of the Escape part 2/ The year of the Flame and now the big one the year of the Green light
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    What house will Jesse get?!

    Any ideas on what house Jesse might get? The log cabin one looked nice! Many Eagles Landing vipes.
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    Hey Juggies!!

    Thanks guy's!
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    The Heavyweight Series

    As a creator when I first started Storyfire I was trying to figure out what kind of story to tell. Luckily I had a story in mind that I wrote in high school. I wrote a series called the "Heavyweight". It's a boxing trilogy, my inspiration came from the Rocky Saga adding my own elements. I wanted to add something different to a boxing story, I wanted this Underdog Story to show people the ring through a teen's perspective of boxing. Young Contender Jason Cramer is looking to become the heavyweight champ of the world. When his parents die of a tragic house fire, he lives with his abusive uncle for a short period of time ultimately moving in with his aunt. Many people know Jason because of his father being a former champ. Jason's Uncle holds a grudge against Jason's father for not giving him any credit while training him. Which we see more of a story around that in the "Heavyweight 3". Jason's aunt is not keen on him fighting. Jason hears about is new schools championship boxing match and how The Undefeated champ has managed to keep his belt. Jason ultimately goes for the fight convincing his aunt to let him go for it. But it's only for you to find out if he wins or loses. I also have a series spin-off or reboot if you will titled "The Heavyweight:Cramer Reborn" which takes place 10 years after Jason's last fight in from "The Heavyweight 3". This mini series follows an older Jason who has a family now and a lot has happened since having left the ring. It's about reclaiming what was once yours and returning to your roots as a champion whatever that looks like.
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    Check out the Movie Guy!

    Hey guys, huge movie buff and love doing movie reviews!! Check out my Facebook group "The Movie Guy" Lot of things relating to movies and more, also look for me on Instagram at movie_guy_diamond, Storyfire Movie Guy, and look me up on my Facebook page under Ryan Diamond! Let's have some fun with the Movie Reviews and most importantly, I want your feed back on what you think about the movies I review! What reviews do you want to see?
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    Check out the Movie Guy!

    Hey guys, huge movie buff and love doing movie reviews!! Check out my Facebook group "The Movie Guy" Lot of things relating to movies and more, also look for me on Instagram at movie_guy_diamond, Storyfire Movie Guy, and look me up on my Facebook page under Ryan Diamond! Let's have some fun with the Movie Reviews and most importantly, I want your feed back on what you think about the movies I review! What reviews do you want to see?
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    Hey Juggies!!

    Hi everyone! My name is Ryan Diamond, just made an account on here. I've been a Juggie for four years since spring 2015 during midway of the Psycho Series when Jesse had gotten kicked out of his house and was uploading two video's a day. I would YouTube surf for random video's. I found myself always watching the video "Facebook Parenting for Troubled Teens" That went viral in 2012. For those of you who aren't familiar, it's a video where a father shoots his daughters laptop. After time aftertime of watching it. I started looking for more video's of parents destroying electronics. Searching "Psycho Dad destroys electronic" I came across the video's and his channel. At the time of him doing one video a day or a week. I'd watch other YouTuber's to pass the time till a new video came out. But Jesse had me more hooked than any other YouTuber! It got to a point where I found myself watching only him over many! I loved it! If there's many things I've learned over the years watching him, it's that you don't have to what everyone else says you should do. I always thought before finding him that Hollywood was the only way to get into film. He's showed me it's not within four years! As I'm looking for a career in cinematography, screenplay writing producing or directing film and TV perhaps doing things associated with Netflix or something I have a burning passion for it!!! In fact I'm a major Movie buff! Since the days of being in my car seat I've developed an ability to memorize movie related things. Lines, quotes, release dates, celebrity names and pick out flaws. In 2015 I created my nick name, "The Movie Guy". Favorite series is without a doubt "the Psycho Series"! Jesse is a true genius who deeply cares for his fans! Love Storyfire and the Graphic Novel! As I want to go for Hollywood I'm reminded more and more by him why I love cinema! I wanna affect people the same way he does through film! I do want to be well known and have fans as well but the more I watch him I think to myself. "What is it really about"? I would love to one day have my name on Hollywood walk of fame and be somebody out there. That could still happen but since watching Jesse I've been reminded it should always be about the passion and you don't need to go traditional. It's all about giving people something they've never seen before. I don't need the fame or glamor because at the end of the day it's about the craft and bringing people in emotionally. Keep it Ridgid guys!
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