Ryan Gosling


Ryan Thomas Gosling


November 12, 1980 in London, Ontario, Canada

Who is Ryan Gosling's wife?

Eva Mendes

Does Ryan Gosling have a band?

Yes, Ryan Gosling is part of a band called Dead Man's Bones. The band released their self-titled debut album and toured North America in 2009.

Is Ryan Gosling vegan?

While it's unclear if Ryan Gosling follows a strictly vegan diet, he has been a vocal advocate for animal rights and has collaborated with organizations like PETA to promote the humane treatment of animals. He has spoken out against practices in the meat, dairy, and egg industries, indicating a strong disapproval of animal cruelty. Moreover, he has promoted vegan fashion, as seen with his character in the "Barbie" film wearing cruelty-free faux fur and vegan leather boots​.

What watches does Ryan Gosling wear?

Ryan Gosling has an impressive watch collection, including luxury pieces like the TAG Heuer Carrera Automatic Chronograph, the Rolex Submariner Ref 16610, the Rolex Air King 5500, and a Patek Philippe Ref. 5196G, which he wore in the film "Drive." These selections reflect his refined taste, combining elegance with functionality​​.

What are the best Ryan Gosling movies?

Ryan Gosling has starred in a wide range of critically acclaimed films. Some of his notable movies include "Drive," where he plays a stuntman moonlighting as a getaway driver; "First Man," portraying Neil Armstrong; "Barbie," in which he takes on the role of Ken; "The Ides of March," a political drama; "The Believer," where he plays a Jewish neo-Nazi; and "Crazy, Stupid, Love," a romantic comedy. These films showcase his versatility as an actor, from dramatic roles to comedic performances​​.

Are Ryan Gosling and Ryan Reynolds related?

Despite sharing a first name and both being prominent actors, Ryan Gosling and Ryan Reynolds are not related. This common misconception has been addressed in the past, with celebrities humorously clarifying the situation. In a 2017 interview, Jake Gyllenhaal joked that Gosling and Reynolds are twins, a playful nod to the frequent mix-up due to their similar first names and Canadian origins.


Gosling's career began on the Disney Channel's "The Mickey Mouse Club" at age 13, where he appeared alongside future stars like Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, and Justin Timberlake. Following the show's cancellation, Gosling returned to Canada and continued to appear in family entertainment television series such as "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" (1995) and "Goosebumps" (1996).


He starred in "Breaker High" as a teenager and then moved to Los Angeles to play the title character in "Young Hercules".


Gosling received critical acclaim for his role as a Jewish neo-Nazi in "The Believer", which won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. This role established him as a serious actor​​.


His breakthrough role in "The Notebook", opposite Rachel McAdams, made him a household name and won him several awards and much critical acclaim​​.


Gosling starred in "Half Nelson", playing a drug-addicted inner-city schoolteacher, a role that earned him his first Oscar nomination​​.


He received praise for his role in "Lars and the Real Girl" as an awkward misfit in love with a life-sized doll, earning Golden Globe and SAG nominations​​.


Gosling focused on his band, Dead Man’s Bones, releasing a self-titled debut album and touring North America​​.


Returning to acting, Gosling starred in "Blue Valentine" (2010), "Drive" (2011), "Crazy, Stupid, Love" (2011), "The Ides of March" (2011), "The Place Beyond the Pines" (2013), and "Gangster Squad" (2013)​​.


He made his directorial debut with "Lost River" (2015), a film he also wrote, inspired by the abandonment of Detroit and his mother's experiences raising him after his parents' divorce​​.


Gosling starred in "La La Land", which won him a Golden Globe and a second Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. He also appeared in "The Nice Guys"​​.


Further acclaim followed with "Blade Runner 2049" (2017) and the biopic "First Man" (2018), portraying Neil Armstrong​​.


He played Ken in the fantasy comedy "Barbie", which became his highest-grossing release and earned him a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor​​.

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