Ever since he was a child he has had dyslexia and ADD.
Elton John has remained a close mentor to Lee during his move to solo artist.
His mother brought him up alone in a tough London neighbourhood.
Lee is now a labelmate to Natalie Imbruglia at Brightside Recordings, the label run by the A&R man that discovered and signed Blue, Hugh Goldsmith.
Having written some of Blue's key material – one of Blue's biggest International hits, "Breathe Easy", was one of Lee's contributions – songwriting is still a big a part of Lee's focus.
"How Do I", was released on Ryan's website in the form of a video directed by Ryan himself to thank his fans for their support.
In January 2006, Ryan released his third and final single in the UK "When I Think of You". The song Reached #15 in the UK.
While in BLUE, Ryan recorded "Stand Up As People" for the War Child album.
He worked with video director Cameron Casey and co-directed the video for his hit "Breathe Easy".
He took a film directing course at Tisch School of the Arts in New York.
He was among one of the artists that sang "Come Together Now" in aid of Hurricane Katrina victims.
He is good friends with Sir Elton John.
He has a small part in the UK version of Ice Age 2: The Meltdown. He played Elk's dad.
He is the new face for Dolce & Gabbana's new collection in the UK.
Before joining Blue he attended a performing arts school.
He stands at 5'11" tall.
His favorite singer is Stevie Wonder.
His favourite song is 'Superstition' by Stevie Wonder.
His favourite album is 'Evolution' by Boyz II Men.
His favourite book is The Basketball Diaries.
His favourite film is Fight Club.
His favourite tv show is The Young Ones.
His favourite actor is Edward Norton.
His favourite food is sushi.
His favorite drink is Red Bull.
His favourite smell is Chanel perfume.
He supports Charlton Athletic FC.
His favorite clothes shop is Gucci.
His favorite colour is blue.
Lee is a Gemini.
Lee's first solo single was called Army of Lovers.
Lee is a member of the boyband Blue. His fellow band-members are: Duncan James, Antony Costa and Simon Webbe.
Lee Ryan is a former member of the British boy band Blue and is currently doing solo work.
Lee: I would literally go from being at work to going into the studio. I wouldn't really give myself much of a life apart from that.