Ryan Raddatz is an American actor, voice actor, and writer.
His best known work as an actor and voice actor comes from that of Scoops and Tim Botsford in Wordgirl, and Beau Handsome for the May I Have a Word? segments. He also provided additional voices to the show, such as Handy Man Todd and Handy Man Tom.
In the movie industry, he is known more for his successful career as a writer, especially for his work on The Ellen Degeneres, A Mighty Wind, The Crazy Ones, and Wordgirl, the latter for which he wrote 33 episodes.
As an Episode Writer:
- Field Day Fun with Robo-Tobey.
- Mr. Big's Dolls and Dollars.
- Bonkers for Bingo.
- Becky and the Bard.
- Big's Big Bounce.
- Nocan the Contrarian (episode).
- Opposite Day.
- Kids Action News.
- The Home Run King.
- Clean Up in Aisle Eleven.
- Nocan the Evil Ingredient Finding Guy.
- Bampy Battles Bots.
- A Better Mousetrap.
- WordGirl and Bobbleboy.
- Road Rage, Anger, and Fury.
- A World Without Wordgirl.
- Ms. Question's Riddle Rampage.
- Talent Show Tobey.
- Big is Botsford's Boss.
- Hello New Year, Goodbye Moon.
- Dinner or Consequences.
- Victoria is the Best...WordGirl?.
- High-Five Sandwich.
- Dr. Two Brains, Mr. Cheese.
- Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Crime.
- Emergency Plan 999.
- World’s Best Dad.
- Trustworthy Tobey.
- Set Sail for the Bake Sale.
- His writing on Wordgirl won him two Daytime Emmy awards, and gave him three Daytime Emmy nominations, all being for Outstanding Writing in Animation.
- His favorite word is cumbersome.
- His favorite episode to write is The Handsome Panther, because he loved that Fred Stoller and the animators were able to make "a silly idea" look good for everyone, even him.
- He is one out of three of Wordgirl's writers to provide voices for the series. The others being Jack D. Ferraiolo, and Sergio Cilli.
- For A Better Mouse Trap, Raddatz wrote part one of the episode, while part two was written by Eric Ledgin.
- For A World Without Without Wordgirl, part one was written by Scott Ganz & Andrew Samson, while Raddatz wrote part two.
- For Dinner or Consequences, Raddatz wrote part one of the episode, while part two was written by Scott Ganz & Andrew Samson.
- Save for Trustworthy Tobey, nearly every episode he did, he wrote by himself.
- He co-wrote Trustworthy Tobey with Ethan Banville, which was the only episode he had help with.
- Nocan the Contrarian is the only episode he wrote that introduces a villain.
- With the exception of Who Wants to Get Rid of WordGirl?, all episodes featuring Nocan the Contrarian as the main villain were written by him.