Ryan Gosling

Ryan Gosling

Ryan Gosling Age, Height , other Key Info


Ryan Gosling
Eva Mendez Ryan Gosling


Birthday  November 12, 1980
Age  43
Expected Wife

Eva Mendez

Father’s Name  Thomas Ray Gosling
Mother’s Name   Donna Gosling
Profession (Occupation)   Actor, musician, director
Siblings   Ryan Gosling is the only child.
Height   6 feet (183 cm)
Origin   Canadian
Born Country   Canada
 City    London, Ontario

Ryan Thomas Gosling has by now ascended Canadian acting ranks while he has acted in several independent films and blockbusters.This article digs into Gosling’s career, how he climbed international acclaim, focusing on his notable roles, victories, and personal initiatives.

Early Life and Education

Ryan Gosling

Gosling spent childhood in London, Ontario, with his family moving frequently for his father’s job as a salesman who was on the move. Gosling was brought up in a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints-influenced family, and crucial situations all through his life, such as the split between his parents and schooling at home, impacted his worldview and passion. Despite enduring issues like as bullying and learning difficulties, Gosling’s childhood passion for acting drove him to go after his aspirations. Gosling’s acting adventure began with a stint in the famed “The Mickey Mouse Club” series which includes future stars Briney Spears and Justin Timberlake. He then played the lead in a number of TV shows, the earliest one being “Are You Afraid of the Dark? “, followed by “Goosebumps” etc., before moving to films.

Independent Films: 2000–2003

Gosling shifted his energies towards more somber roles and identified himself in indie cinema with very well received appearances in films such as “The Believer,” wherein he performed a Jewish neo-Nazi, winning him glowing reviews. Despite being unable to secure work due to his child actor image Gosling’s commitment and brilliance was given notice in the industry.

“The Notebook” and Beyond: 2004–2009

Ryan GoslingGosling’s landmark performance hit theaters in 2004 with the touching movie “The Notebook,” during which he worked with Rachel McAdams and won over audiences, binding his status as a celebrated actor. The following roles in “Half Nelson” & “Lars and the Real Girl” showed that he can do many acting styles with movies. The words came back from other actors called he had chosen “superior”. 

Widespread Recognition: 2010–2012

 His performances in the movies such as “Blue Valentine,” “Crazy, Stupid, Love,” “Drive,” and “The Ides of March” lifted his name to the top level of actors, making him popular and recognizable all over the world because of his flexibility of inflections and devotion for art of acting.

Personal Life and Philanthropy

Ryan Gosling

Besides his acting line of work, Gosling is a philanthropist who supports charitable organizations including PETA, Invisible Children, and African Peace Initiatives. His intimacy with actress Eva Mendes and their children adds variety to his social existence, displaying his quest to balance a successful career with fulfillment at home.

2013–2014: Mixed critical reception and directorial debut

Gangster Squad and Beyond the Pines

Ryan GoslingGangster Squad and Beyond the Pines in the 2013 crime drama “Gangster Squad”, Gosling acts Sgt. Jerry Wooters, a 1940s LAPD officer who is trying to overcome mob master Mickey Cohen (Sean Penn). The film received disparate reviews, with critics such as A.O. Scott of “The New York Times” dismissing it as an excuse for the actors to get riches by their humorous voices. A few months later, in Derek Cianfrance’s “The Place Beyond the Pines” Gosling as Luke, a stunt rider who robs banks for the sake of his family. Some observers commended his acting ability, while others criticized how he handled the character.

“Only God Forgives” and Acting Break

Ryan Gosling

 “Only God Forgives” in Nicolas Winding Refn’s 2013 film Gosling acted as Muay Thai fighter drew poor feedback. At this point, Gosling became disappointed and stated that he intended to take a break from acting to rethink his career choices.

Directorial Debut:  Lost River

Gosling made his directing debut in 2014 with the imaginary noir suspenseful “Lost River,” which appeared at the Cannes thriller Festival. Amidst disappointing reviews, Gosling’s directorial start brought out his eagerness for trying with other types of filmmaking.

2015–present: Established actor

The Big Short and La La Land.

Ryan GoslingAfter taking a brief foray into music with his debut album “Lost Rivers” (2012), Gosling returned to the silver screen with his much praised performances in “The Big Short” (2015) and “La La Land” (2016). The kind of role he played in the final movies of the series, savior of the world that he was, won him a Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations. 

Continued Success

Gosling then featured in other films like ‘Blade Runner 2049’ (2017) and First Man (2018) and seems to have nice press on the roles he played.

Recent projects

Gosling’s recent film efforts include *The Gray Man*, a spy-action thriller, and *Barbie*, displaying his acting abilities. He won praise for his amusing performance in Barbie.

Music career

Dead Man’s Bones

Ryan GoslingMusic career Dead Man’s Bones Gosling and Zach Shields co-founded Dead Man’s Bones, an independent music band. In 2009 the band released their debut album and toured North America, highlighting Gosling’s musical abilities.

Personal life

Relationships and Family


Family Sandra Bullock and Rachel McAdams are among the most noteworthy of Gosling’s contacts. He has got two children with Eva Mendes, with whom he has had a close connection since 2011.

Charity work

Social Causes

Ryan GoslingCharity work Social Causes Gosling supports a number of societal concerns, including the protection of animals and charitable endeavors. He participated in relief efforts for disasters and proactively supports charities like PETA and Invisible Children, Inc.

Filmography and accolades

Recognition and Awards

Over his career, Gosling garnered a collection of awards, including Academy Award nominations, Golden Globe Awards, and Screen Actor Guild Award nominations, which are proof that the multi-talented actor can be creative and is able to interpret his roles as he feels. Ryan Gosling’s progression from an aspiring Canadian kid-artist to a fascinating and world-recognized superstar, proved his creative spirit, abstract mindset, and strong-willed determination for his career.. With an enormous variety of characters and a dedication to profession, Ryan Gosling keeps captivating viewers across the world, leaving an unforgettable mark on the panorama of present-day film.


  1. Half Nelson (2006)
  2. Lars and the Real Girl (2007)
  3. Blue Valentine (2010)
  4. The Ides of March (2011)
  5. Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011)
  6. Gangster Squad* (2013)
  7. The Place Beyond the Pines* (2013)
  8. Only God Forgives (2013)
  9. The Big Short (2015)
  10. The Nice Guys* (2016)
  11. La La Land (2016)
  12. Song to Song* (2017)
  13. Blade Runner 2049* (2017)
  14. First Man (2018)
  15. The Gray Man (2022)
  16. *Barbie* (2023)
  17. *The Fall Guy* (upcoming)


Academy Award Nominations:

Half Nelson (2006)

La La Land* (2016)

Barbie (2023)

British Academy Film Award Nominations:

La La Land* (2016)

Golden Globe Award Wins:

La La Land(2016)

Golden Globe Award Nominations:

Lars and the Real Girl (2007)

Blue Valentine (2010)

The Ides of March* (2011)

Crazy, Stupid, Love* (2011)

La La Land (2016)

Barbie  (2023)

Screen Actors Guild Award Nominations:

Half Nelson (2006)

La La Land (2016)

Barbie  (2023)

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