Ryan Gosling Biography

Ryan Gosling is a Canadian actor who has appeared in a variety of films. He began his career as a kid star on The Mickey Mouse Club on the Disney Channel and went on to star in various family entertainment shows such as Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Goosebumps.

How old is Ryan Gosling? – Age

He was born as Ryan Thomas Gosling on 12 November 1980 in London, Ontario, Canada. He turned 41 years in 2021.

Where did Ryan Gosling go to school? – Education

Prior to attending Lester B. Pearson High School, he attended Cornwall Collegiate and Vocational School. His mother left her work and homeschooled him when he was diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Ryan Gosling Wife – Family

His dad Thomas Ray Gosling, a traveling salesman, and his mom Donna, a secretary who later became a teacher gave birth to him. He has a younger sister. Because of his father’s job, the family had to travel a lot.
He grew up with his mother and sister after his parents divorced when he was a child. He has always liked movies and acting since he was a child. He auditioned for a part in ‘The Mickey Mouse Club’ when he was 12 years old and earned a two-year contract. He used to sing at weddings alongside his sister, and he also joined a local dance group.

Gosling Wife and children

He lives with his pet dog, George. Sandra Bullock, Rachel McAdams, and Eva Mendes are just a few of the ladies he’s been linked to in the past.
PETA and Invisible Children Inc. are two of the charities with which he is active. He and Mendes, 47, met on the set of their film The Place Beyond the Pines in 2011 and have been dating since then. Esmeralda Amada, 7, and Amada Lee, 5, are the couple’s two daughters.

Ryan Gosling The Actor
Ryan Gosling The Actor

What is Gosling Salary?

His earnings are estimated to be $2.3 million per film.

Gosling Net Worth

His net worth is predicted to be $70 million approximately.

Ryan Gosling Career

He began his acting career as a young actor in the teen comedy series ‘Breaker High,’ which he starred in from 1997 to 1998. He dropped out of high school and relocated to Los Angeles to star in the teen drama ‘Young Hecules.’
He made his first acting appearance in the football drama ‘Remember the Titans’ in 2000, followed by a prominent role as a Jew in the film ‘The Believer’ in 2001. Because of his religious upbringing, filmmaker Henry Bean cast Gosling in this part.
He co-starred in the psychological thriller ‘Murder By Numbers,’ alongside Michael Pitt and Sandra Bullock, in which he played an affluent high schooler who strives to commit the ideal murder.
In 2004, he landed his breakout role as Noah in the romantic drama film ‘The Notebook,’ with Rachel McAdams. The plot revolves around a young couple who fell in love in the early 1940s. The film was a commercial success and helped Gosling establish himself as an actor.
In 2006, he starred in the drama film ‘Half Nelson,’ which told the story of a schoolteacher who develops feelings for one of his students. For his work in this critically praised picture, Gosling was nominated for an Academy Award.
His performance as Lars in the 2007 comedy-drama ‘Lars and the Real Girl’ received positive reviews. He portrayed a strange man who forms a romantic relationship with a life-size doll, much to the amusement of others around him.

As a Musician

Gosling is a musician as well. In 2007, he established a rock duo with Zach Shields, and their first album, ‘Dead Man’s Bones,’ was published in 2009. On the album, he contributed vocals, piano, guitar, bass guitar, and cello.
In 2010, he starred in the romantic drama ‘Blue Valentine,’ which follows the journey of a married couple from the beginning of their relationship through their divorce several years later.
In 2011, he co-starred in the romantic comedy-drama ‘Crazy, Stupid, Love’ alongside Steve Carell and Julianne Moore. The film earned favorable reviews and was a box office hit as well.

In 2013, he portrayed 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 tried his hand at directing, and his first film, ‘Lost River,’ premiered in the Un Certain Regard section of the Cannes Film Festival. The movie was panned by critics.

Important Projects

His performance as Noah in ‘The Notebook’ has become associated with his name. The film earned him multiple prizes and positive reviews, as well as allowed him to receive further visibility in the industry.

Achievements & Honors

For his part in ‘The Notebook,’ he received four Teen Choice Awards in 2005, including Choice Movie Breakout Performance – Male.
For the film ‘Half Nelson,’ he won the Best Actor Award at the Las Palmas Film Festival in 2006.

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