Ianto Dylon Pryce
Portrayed By Richard Coyle
Gender Male
Date of Birth April 18th, 1986
Age 22
Zodiac Sign Aries
Aliases None
Place of Birth Cardiff, Wales, UK
Current Location New York, NY, USA
Occupation Bartender
Known Relatives Elena Pryce (Mother), Gregory Pryce (Father)
Significant Other None
Known Abilities Superhuman Speed
First Appearance Chances and Choices

Ianto Pryce is a Welshman who moved to New York in hopes of starting anew after becoming a social outcast due to his power. He does his best to hide it, but he always winds up using his power for good causes, whether he wants to or not. Thus, he traps himself in social paranoia.



Before being alienated by his fellow classmates in high school, he was quite athletic and lived a relatively normal life. Then his evolved ability came shining through one cross country race and it all changed. Once he graduated from high school, having been abandoned by the friends he had in the perception that he was a freak, he left his home to start a new life in New York.

As he works and lives in Manhattan, he carries on all the while keeping his power hidden from everyone as not to live the pain of being alone again. Will he succeed? Or can he reveal his ability without wrongful and quixotic judgment?
… Stay tuned!


  • September 2003: His ability was discovered during a cross country meet. He finished a varsity three mile race in under one minute.
  • June 2005: Graduated from high school.
  • August 2006: Took an airplane from Cardiff and flew into La Guardia in New York City. Got hired at the Oldcastle Irish Pub.
  • September 2006: Applied and auditioned for admission into Juliard. He was turned down at this time.
  • November 2006: Rescued a woman from herself taking a fall from a building using his ability. He's been hiding the fact that it was him that made the rescue.


  • "Please! I don't know what you're talking about. Stop asking me about it, all right?"


  • "One More Story" by Peter Cetera
  • "Bridge Over the Stars" by Keiko Matsui
  • "Highway in the Sky …final rush" by Sega (Soundtrack of "Sonic Adventure 2")
  • "Stardust Speedway - Bad Future" by Spencer Nilson (Soundtrack of "Sonic CD")
  • "Help!" by The Beatles
  • "Where Everybody Knows Your Name" by Gary Portnoy (Theme of "Cheers")
  • "Moonlight Sonata, 1st Movement" by Ludwig van Beethoven
  • "Jeux d'eau" by Maurice Ravel
  • "Different" by Acceptance
  • "Learn to Live With What You Are" by Ben Folds


  • In high school, Ianto was involved in more then just cross country. He showed promise in rugby, soccer (or, as he would have it, "football"), and track.
  • Ianto only had a few friends and one girlfriend. He never carried much social weight.
  • His last name, Pryce, is said to have been mistakenly derived from the Welsh family name "ap Rhys". The surname prefix "ap" means "son of" in old Welsh naming.
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