The actor, who earns an estimated £90,000 a year, filed for bankruptcy last week after a petition by HM Revenue and Customs following a dispute over unpaid taxes.
Ryan - who has been a regular on the Weatherfield cobbles for the last 13 years - is the latest in a string of celebs who have filed for bankruptcy.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that Calum Best had filed for bankruptcy.
And just last month, Blue star Duncan James revealed he was bankrupt, whilst in February former 'Eastenders' star Martine McCutcheon did the same.
Kerry Katona owed about £1m upon declaring herself bankrupt and Westlife's Shane Filan also filed for bankruptcy just days before the hugely successful Irish group played their farewell show last summer after suffering losses as a result of the property crash.
Ryan’s bankruptcy order was confirmed in the High Court of Justice on October 4.
Despite her fortune for her Atomic Kitten days and various relaity TV appearances, Kerry was officially made broke in 2008 when she failed to cough up the final £82,000 of a £417,000 tax bill. A turn as a housemate on 'Celebrity Big Brother' helped her to finally pay off her debts.
The Westlife star and property investor was made bankrupt in June 2012 when the housing market crashed, and left him owing more than €5.5m (£4.45m) to Ulster Bank and Bank of Ireland.
Martine filed for bankruptcy in in 2013, when she amassed debts of £187,000.
When Stephen defaulted on a mortgage payment in 2009, he filed for bankcruptcy claiming he was $2.3m in debt.
The former 'EastEnders' star was made bankrupt by London's High Court in 2009 after he failed to pay a £20,000 tax bill.
Peter lost a reported $20m in 1992 after a failed attempt to crack America.
Biggins reckons that going into voluntary bankruptcy 15 years ago was the 'best thing that ever happened' to him. The star was forced into it after work offers slowed down.
The boxer owed both the US and British governments $17m in taxes, $750,000 to law firms and $300,000 to limo services and became bankrupt in 2004.
He may be a multi-billionaire, but Donald Trump has filed for corporate bankruptcy four times! However, he has never filed for personal bankruptcy.
Neil entered into an individual voluntary arrangement (IVA) after a property scheme in which he invested collapsed, leaving him millions of pounds in debt.
One hit wonder MC Hammer's living beyond his means meant he was $13m in debt and filed for bankruptcy in 1996.
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