Photos: Ten most popular natives from the rest of Colorado on Internet Movie Database
In recent days, we've shared the Internet Movie Database's ten most popular performers from Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs and Aurora. But there's a lot more state out there, and plenty of other notables from places beyond these four cities -- like, for instance, Greeley, Conifer, Longmont, Crested Butte, Fort Collins, Loveland, Littleton, Lakewood and, well, we're not sure, because one page for a big finisher doesn't list anything other than "Colorado." Who's from where? Count them down below -- and check out the post's final page to see the overall top ten from the state.Number 10: Riker Lynch Date of birth: November 8, 1991 in Littleton, Colorado, USA Actor: So You Think You Can Dance, Glee
Riker Lynch sings lead with the Warblers on "Glee."
Moved from Littleton, CO to LA in 2007.
Plays guitar, piano, and drums.
He is in a band, called "R5", with his family: Rocky Lynch, Ross Lynch, Rydel Lynch, and their best friend, Ellington Ratliff.
Has 3 brothers, Rocky Lynch, Ross Lynch, Ryland Lynch, and 1 sister, Rydel Lynch.
Cousin of Derek Hough and Julianne Hough....
Number 9: Gregg Henry Date of birth: 6 May 1952, Lakewood, Colorado, USA Actor: Scandal, The Killing
Gregg Henry with Kerry Washington in "Scandal."
Excellent, prolific and versatile character actor Gregg Lee Henry was born on May 6, 1952 in Lakewood, Colorado. Henry studied acting at the University of Washington in Seattle. Right after graduating from college, Greg moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue an acting career. He played in a band for three or four months and worked as an apprentice at the Old Globe theater in San Diego prior to getting his first television acting gig as Nick Nolte's son, Wesley Jordache, in "Rich Man, Poor Man - Book II" (1976).... Full bio
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