TV roles are what made Eric Winter, an American actor, famous. He first gained widespread recognition for his appearances (from 2005 to 2009) on the long-running daytime serial opera “Days of Our Lives” as Rex Brady. In addition, he portrayed Ryan McBride on “The Secret Life of the American Teenager” (2008–2013) on ABC Family. From what we’ve seen of him, he’s a terrific human being as well as an impressive performer. We’re going to talk about why we’re such big fans of Eric Winter, and it’s not just because he’s attractive. Don’t stop reading!
His birthplace was La Mirada, California, and he was an only child. He is also known as Eric Barnett Winter, which is the name given to him in certain sources. A child of Wayne Winter and his second wife, Gwen. He attended Los Altos High and then UCLA, where he earned a degree in psychology. Although he is an only child, his father had a first marriage to Barbara L. Worthey, and Robert W. Winter (born 1962) is his half-brother. Eric spent his youth with his cousin Anney Tesloyn Gomez, a choreographer and vocalist. Both have done several cameos and guest appearances in independent films.
Between the years 2001 and 2005, Winter was married to actress Allison Christine Ford. Actress Roselyn Sánchez, whom he dated for two years, proposed to him on January 1, 2008, when they were on a holiday trip on the island of Vieques, located east of mainland Puerto Rico. The pair tied the knot at a historic fort in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on November 29, 2008. Sánchez and Winter announced their pregnancy in August 2011. The couple had a girl on January 4, 2012; they named her Sebella Rose Winter.
An Outlet For Emotions!
Winter started making copies of paintings when he was quite young. After years of using art to convey his feelings, he decided to explore other outlets for his abilities and tried his hand at acting. Winter started his career as a male model. He was in a number of high-profile campaigns, such as a print ad for Tommy Hilfiger. Even in his early years as an actor, Eric Winter had a recognizable air about him. That’s because after appearing in one episode of Profiler, he went on to guest star on shows as diverse as The Parkers, The Andy Dick Show, Charmed, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and, yes, he was the extremely nice looking dude in the Britney Spears: Curious commercials. But he also appeared in many more series and episodes. Additionally, he was featured in a number of films. And if you’re a fan of the soap show Days of Our Lives, you’ll undoubtedly remember him as Rex. If we claimed we didn’t find him irresistible in that part, we’d be fibbing. Yet, let us not stray from the topic at hand.
Prominent Roles That Gave Us All The Feels!
Let’s speak about some of his more prominent roles, shall we? We enjoyed him in The Ugly Truth. Yup. Colin, the kind man who didn’t succeed in getting the girl’s attention. But there was no need to fear; in Witches of East End, he staged a remarkable recovery. Once again, our hearts skipped a beat. Hard. The many roles that Eric Winter has performed have all been remarkable, and he is impressive in all of them.
He appeared in five separate episodes of the ABC Family show Wildfire as a guest star. His bull-rider character, R.J. Blake was murdered in the February 28, 2007 episode “Heartless,” in which Nicole Tubiola portrayed Dani Davis, his on-screen girlfriend. Winter also made an appearance in “The Boomerang Effect,” an episode of The Parkers.
We were thrilled when he joined the Hallmark team. Finding Santa and our new favorite, A Taste of Summer, are two of the best gifts we could have asked for. Not only did he perform alongside his wife Roselyn Sanchez, demonstrating their sizzling on-screen chemistry, but he was also an integral part of the cast. His character as Ryan Clayton in Beyond: Two Souls may also be recognizable to gamers. Come on, it’s not like he needs any more coolness.
Eric Winter is a former model for Tommy Hilfiger and a graduate of UCLA’s Psychology program. Damn. Are you not impressed? Relax; we are not done.
Eric and his wife Roselyn authored a children’s book together; it’s called Sebi and the Land of Cha Cha Cha. Also, their daughter was the source of most of the motivation. But if that isn’t satisfactory, we have more. At the Ronald McDonald House Los Angeles Give Easy event in the previous November (2019), the pair was honored with the Spirit of the House Award. Whoo. Well, that’s a lot to take in. But Eric is not done! He has also authored a book “The Rookie’s Guide to Life in Hollywood” which was published in 2012. He just made “Death of a Showgirl” for the TV network Lifetime, and he is now making “La Golda,” an animated show for kids.
Actually, we’re exhausted just from reading roughly half of what Eric Winter has accomplished. Nothing seems to deter him, however. He is constantly available to interact with his legion of followers. As a person, he is very modest, kind, and motivating. A lot of people consider him a role model because of all the good he does for other people.