The Vancouver-born actor has certainly made a name for himself after joining the industry in the early '90s. Today, he's best known for his roles in The Proposal, The Green Lantern, and Deadpool among tons more. His incredible sense of humour is already a huge hit and these factoids about Ryan Reynolds will make you love him even more.\nHe Failed His High School Drama Class\nView this post on Instagram Visited the ol’ “Two Guys And a Girl” stomping ground. Stage 20 — 20th Century Fox. The point is, I’m old. A post shared by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds) on May 23, 2018 at 6:08am PDT\nAccording to Vulture, before he met fame, Reynolds failed his high school drama class. He confirmed it in a 2015 interview with iJOE entertainment and Hugh Jackman poked fun at it on Instagram.\nHis First TV Appearance Was On A Teen Drama\nFifteen | IMDb\nThe 43-year-old had a role in the series Fifteen in 1991 according to IMDb. He played the character Billy Simpson alongside fellow Canadians including Laura Harris, Todd Talbot, Chris William Martin, and Enuka Okuma. Biography wrote that the teen drama was originally called Hillside when it aired in Canada and was renamed to Fifteen following its U.S. premiere.\nHe Once Quit Acting\nView this post on Instagram Happy New Year, everybody! The point is, I used to style my hair with a blowtorch. A post shared by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds) on Jan 2, 2018 at 5:38am PST\nHis IMDb biography says that after small roles in 1995 and 1996, Reynolds' run of bad luck led him to throw in the towel. One night, he ran into Chris William Martin, his former co-star and fellow Vancouverite, who convinced him to pack up and move to L.A. together. The Canadian Encyclopedia reported that the move required 19-year-old Reynolds to drop out of Kwantlen College in Richmond, B.C.\nHe Has A Star On Canada's Walk Of Fame\nView this post on Instagram Thank you to the @hollywoodchamberofcommerce and @20thcenturyfox. This is one of those "pinch me" moments. But not in the creepy way my Aunt used to do it. A post shared by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds) on Dec 15, 2016 at 4:57pm PST\nIn 2014, the Deadpool star was inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame in Toronto. According to the official website, his star is located at "King St. West - South Side" in the same area as other celebrities' stars including Sandra Oh, Rachel McAdams, and Eugene Levy. Then in 2016, he was inducted into Hollywood's Walk of Fame.\nHis Brother Is An RCMP Member\nView this post on Instagram I may have three older brothers, but only one Jeff. You were the first friend I ever had. If there was ever a fire and I had to choose a family member to save, obviously it’d be me. But if I had time to save one more... and I knew it was safe to re-enter the burning building, you can be damn sure I’d call the fire department. They’re experts in the field and have top quality safety gear. Not to mention experience in these matters. I love you. Happy Birthday.🎂 A post shared by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds) on Dec 1, 2017 at 8:06am PST\nThe Proposal star is the youngest of four boys. They wrote that two of his older brothers are police officers and the third is a member of the RCMP. His father James Chester Reynolds was reportedly also a police officer and his mother Tammy Stewart worked as a retail salesperson.\nHe's Part Of The Michael J. Fox Foundation Board\nView this post on Instagram Happy Birthday to me. Or as Dad used to affectionately say, “the condom broke.” A post shared by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds) on Oct 22, 2018 at 12:07pm PDT\nReynolds' profile on Canada's Walk of Fame notes that he's part of the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research on the board of directors. They wrote that the actor ran in the New York City Marathon in 2007 and raised over $100,000 to honour his father who had Parkinson's disease. The Canadian Encyclopedia noted that his father died in October 2015 which sparked Reynolds to ask fans to donate to the foundation.\nHe Worked On A Canadian Documentary\nA 2011 documentary called The Whale was narrated and executive produced by Reynolds. It's about "The true story of Luna, a young, wild killer whale who tries to befriend people on the rugged west coast of Vancouver Island," per IMDb. The 85-minute film earned itself an 81% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.\nHe Has A Tattoo Tribute To A Park In Vancouver\nView this post on Instagram This is Brutus. He's over 110 years old. He's telling me his life story. But in real time. A post shared by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds) on May 18, 2015 at 12:04am PDT\nReynolds has a tattoo located on his left forearm. It's reportedly an image of the Nine O'Clock Gun, a cannon located in Stanley Park in Vancouver that's fired off at 9 p.m. daily.\nHe Waited 11 Years To Get Deadpool Created\nView this post on Instagram 2015. First time trying on the suit. It was so clean back then. So innocent. We both were. #deadpool2 A post shared by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds) on May 27, 2018 at 5:10am PDT\nIn a 2016 interview with Jimmy Fallon, Reynolds shared that he was trying to get Deadpool made for 11 years. "We developed the script six years ago," Reynolds told Fallon. "So the studio granted us a small amount of money to make test footage, and then it sat on the shelf for four years. And then a little under two years ago, it leaked accidentally onto the internet...The Deadpool fans freaked out and overwhelmed Fox and Fox basically had to greenlight the movie."\nHe Personally Asked Celine Dion To Sing A Track For Deadpool 2\nA 2018 interview with BUILD Series for YouTube exposed that Reynolds personally asked Celine Dion over email to sing a pre-written song called "Ashes" for the sequel. "We got a way in through her manager, I sent her a long letter describing what Deadpool is and what we're hoping to do. And somehow two hours later, she said yes." He continued saying that they also got her to film a music video that was done on her home stage in Las Vegas.\nHe Once Smuggled Apple Pie Across The Canada-U.S. Border\nView this post on Instagram What a birthday! I just smoked a huge bowl of early voting. #JustVoted @whenweallvote A post shared by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds) on Oct 23, 2018 at 7:30am PDT\nReynolds had an appearance on The Graham Norton Show in 2016 where he shared that his wife Blake Lively is a total foodie. He told the host, "She loves these apple pies that they make at this place in Vancouver where I grew up, so we grabbed a bunch of them and we were driving back down to the States. You're not allowed to cross the border with vegetables." After some terrible lying, he was eventually let into the U.S. with the delicious pies.