Ryan Gosling Profile/Bio
Ryan Thomas Gosling is a Canadian actor and director best known for his performance as the lead in the romantic film ‘The Notebook.’He has been in several highly praised Hollywood films, including ‘Half Nelson’ and ‘Lars and the Real Girl,’ for which he has received numerous award nominations. The excellent actor had always liked acting and was particularly affected by the film ‘Dick Tracy,’ which he saw as a youngster.
|Real Name||Ryan Thomas Gosling|
He once carried steak knives to school after seeing the Sylvester Stallone action picture, ‘First Blood,’ and tossed them at classmates, such as the influence of cinema on his young mind. He was frequently tormented at school and struggled to make friends; he also had attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. He was, nonetheless, talented in one area: performance. He had spent two years as a kid performing with ‘The Mickey Mouse Club.’ He used to sing at weddings with his sister and was a member of a local ballet company. Performing in front of an audience boosted his confidence, and he decided to make it a career. Performing in front of an audience boosted his confidence, and he decided to make it a career. After his performance in ‘The Notebook,’ his career took off, and he went on to make a name for himself in Hollywood.
Ryan Gosling Personal Life/Wiki
Ryan Gosling was born on 12th November 1980 in London, Canada.
|Date of Birth||12 November 1980|
|Age (as in 2021)||41|
|Hometown||London, Ontario, Canada|
|Zodiac Sign/Sun Sign||Scorpio|
Ryan Gosling Family Information
He was the son of travelling salesman Thomas Ray Gosling and Donna, a secretary who later became a teacher. He has a single older sister. Because of his father’s business, the family travelled frequently. When he was a youngster, his parents split, and he moved in with his mother and sister.
|Father Name||Thomas Gosling|
|Mother Name||Donna Gosling|
|Sister Name||Mandi Gosling|
He went to Cornwall Collegiate and Vocational School before attending Lester B. Pearson High School. His mother stopped her work and homeschooled him when he was diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Since an early age, he has had a passion for movies and performance. When he was 12 years old, he auditioned for a position in ‘The Mickey Mouse Club,’ and he was offered a two-year contract. He used to sing at weddings alongside his sister, and he also joined a local dance group.
Ryan Gosling Education Details
|School||Cornwall Collegiate & Vocational School and Lester B. Pearson High School (Burlington)|
Ryan Gosling Girlfriends, Affairs & More
|Marital Status||Eva Mendes|
|Children’s||Esmeralda Amada Gosling and Amada Lee Gosling|
Ryan Gosling Money Factor
From 1997 to 1998, he began his career as a kid actor in the adolescent comedy series ‘Breaker High.’ He dropped out of high school and relocated to Los Angeles to play the lead role in the teen drama ‘Young Hercules.’ In 2000, he appeared as a supporting actor in the sports drama ‘Remember the Titans,’ which led to the main part as a Jew in the 2001 film ‘The Believer.’ Because of his religious upbringing, Gosling was picked for this part by director Henry Bean. He co-starred in the psychological thriller ‘Murder By Numbers,’ alongside Michael Pitt and Sandra Bullock, as an affluent high schooler attempting to execute the ideal murder. In 2004, he made his debut as Noah in the romantic drama film ‘The Notebook,’ co-starring Rachel McAdams. The plot is around a couple who fell in love in the early 1940s. The film was a commercial success, and it helped Gosling establish himself as an actor.
|Net Worth (approx.)||$70 Million|
In 2006, he starred in the drama film ‘Half Nelson,’ which told the storey of a schoolteacher who develops feelings for one of his students. For his performance in this critically praised picture, Ryan Gosling was nominated for an Academy Award. His role as Lars in the 2007 comedy-drama ‘Lars and the Real Girl’ was well acclaimed. He portrayed a peculiar man who develops a love bond to a life-size doll, much to the amusement of others around him. Gosling is a musician as well. In 2007, he established a rock duet with Zach Shields, and their debut album, ‘Dead Man’s Bones,’ was published in 2009. On the album, he provided vocals, piano, guitar, bass guitar, and cello. In 2010, he starred in the romantic drama ‘Blue Valentine,’ which recounts the journey of a married couple from their romance through their divorce some years later. In 2011, he co-starred with Steve Carell and Julianne Moore in the romantic comedy-drama ‘Crazy, Stupid, Love.’ The film earned favourable reviews and was a box office triumph. In 2013, he played Sergeant Jerry Wooters in the action crime film ‘Gangster Squad,’ which was partially based on the narrative of LAPD officers and detectives. In 2014, he dabbled in directing, and his debut film, ‘Lost River,’ participated in the Un Certain Regard section of the Cannes Film Festival. The film garnered negative feedback.