Ronan Tynan, an Irish tenor, recording artist, physician, and champion disabled athlete, is a true “Renaissance Man”. His personal story of triumph has brought him world-wide fame. He has been profiled by ABC’s 20/20, People Magazine and CBS Sunday Morning and was the subject of the BBC documentary, “Dr. Courageous”.
Ronan’s additional career highlights include: • Renowned Inspirational Speaker • Famed Irish Tenor and Recording Artist • Won the BBC talent show, “Go For It” and received a recording contract with Sony Music • Performed at Ronald Reagan’s funeral, the Inaugural Prayer Service at the National Cathedral, the World Series and the Belmont Stakes • His album Ronan debuted at #2 on Billboard’s Classical Crossover Chart • Paralympic Athlete in track and field and equestrian events • Has won 18 gold metals and set 14 world records, nine of which are still in place • First disabled person admitted to Limerick’s National College of Physical Education and is a physician specializing in orthopedic sports injuries • Author, Halfway Home: My Life ‘til Now • Captivates audiences with his humor, lively spirit and message about overcoming challenges and living life to its fullest