“Ryan Reynolds delights audiences around the world with a blend of elegance and charisma. His remarkable and daring on-screen performances paired with his magnetic good looks have earned him a place as one of Hollywood’s leading men,” explains Philippe Léopold-Metzger, Piaget CEO. “Like Piaget, he fearlessly brings creativity to his art, and we are thrilled to welcome him to the Piaget family.”
Reynolds is as versatile a leading man as they come. Although the Ca- nadian-born actor has mastered comedy like his first major breakthrough in the 2002 cult classic National Lampoon’s Van Wilder, and more recently, the anti-hero blockbuster Deadpool, he isn’t afraid to take on more challenging roles like the independent drama Buried (2010).
Reynolds says he has known about Piaget since he was a kid and his love for the brand stems from the fact that it exemplifies craftsmanship, elegance and creativity—qualities that mean a great deal to him.