Ryan Gosling stars in Nicolas Winding Refn's action drama "Drive," which premiered at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival, where it was nominated for a Palme D'Or and won the award for Best Director. Gosling also stars in "The Ides of March," alongside George Clooney, who is also directing from his own screenplay, Evan Rachel Wood, Marisa Tomei and Phillip Seymour Hoffman.

Gosling was recently seen in the marital crisis comedy "Crazy, Stupid, Love" directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa, alongside an ensemble cast that includes Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, Marisa Tomei and Kevin Bacon.

Gosling made his feature film debut in the 2000 true-life drama "Remember the Titans," starring Denzel Washington. His breakthrough role came the following year, when he starred in the provocative independent drama "The Believer," which won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival. His performance garnered him rave reviews and industry-wide attention. Gosling's portrayal of a virulent anti-Semite who is revealed to be Jewish brought him his first Independent Spirit Award nomination, as well as a London Film Critics' Circle Award nomination and the Best Foreign Actor Award from the Russian Film Critics Guild. He continues to be noticed as "one of the most exciting actors of his generation," as declared by Manohla Dargis, critic for The New York Times. In 2004, he was lauded as ShoWest's Male Star of Tomorrow.

He returned to Sundance in 2002 starring in the independent feature "The Slaughter Rule," playing an emotionally vulnerable and estranged teen, opposite David Morse. He received strong reviews for his follow-up performance as a nihilistic predator in the psychological thriller "Murder by Numbers," opposite Sandra Bullock.

In 2007 Gosling was honored with both a Golden Globe and SAG Actor nomination for his work in "Lars and the Real Girl." The previous year he garnered an Academy Award Nomination for Best Actor for his role in "Half Nelson." His performance as Dan, a drug-addicted inner city junior high school teacher also garnered Best Actor nominations from the Screen Actors Guild Awards, the Broadcast Film Critics Awards, Film Independent Spirit Awards, Chicago Film Critics, Online Film Critics' Society, Toronto Film Critics and the Satellite Awards. He was awarded the Male Breakthrough Performance Award from the National Board of Review, and won Best Actor Awards from both the Seattle and Stockholm International Film Festivals.

Gosling's penchant to take on intricate and complex characters earned him the lead and title role in "The United States of Leland," opposite Kevin Spacey and Don Cheadle. Subsequently, he starred in the blockbuster romantic drama "The Notebook," followed by Marc Forster's "Stay," opposite Ewan McGregor and Naomi Watts, starred opposite Anthony Hopkins in the thriller "Fracture" as well as the lead in "All Good Things."

In 2010, Gosling starred opposite Michelle Williams in the romantic drama "Blue Valentine," for which he earned another Golden Globe nomination, and his third Critics' Choice Award nomination for Best Actor.

In addition to his work on screen, Gosling released the album "Dead Mans Bones."


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Age: 36 years old
Birthday: November 12, 1980
Height: 6' 1"
Full Name / Real Name: Ryan Thomas Gosling
Birthplace: London, Ontario, Canada

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