Ryan Gosling

Ryan Thomas Gosling was born on November 12, 1980 in Canada, but the education he received in the United States, Burlington. As a child, Ryan got into the Mickey Mouse Club, which together with him in his time attended Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera and Justin Timberlake. But unlike them, Ryan focused on the job in the movie.

In his youth, Ryan did not play a very prominent role in the television series, and in the great movie it was only in 2001 - saw the release of "fanatic". Then it became more inviting to star in feature films. In 2002, it came with the film "Kill Count" (on the set, he met with Sandra Bullock, and they began an affair), in 2003. "The United States of Leland".

His real breakthrough was in 2004, the year in November Calhoun role in the melodrama "The Notebook." This touching story of love conquered the world. Picture Ryan Gosling made known to the world, but has not brought any awards. After "The Notebook" actor deliberately moved away from the image of the lover of the hero and returned to the tragic characters, playing on the brink of insanity and death of a student in the film Henry Latham "Stay." In 2006, Ryan starred in "Half Nelson," which was nominated for "Oscar". In 2008, Ryan was nominated for the "Golden Globe" for his role in the comedy "Lars and the Real Girl" (2007).

After filming "The Notebook" Ryan was a whirlwind romance with a partner on the film Rachel MakEdams. In 2005, at the MTV Movie Awards Ryan Gosling and Rachel MakEdams he was named the favorite pair of young stars in Hollywood. They received the award for best kiss in the movie "The Notebook." A few years then they parted, then again we began to meet, and in 2008 finally broke up.

Ryan Gosling is interested in music, writing songs, great playing guitar and piano. He is in a band Dead Man's Bones, which is released only one album.