Ryan Gosling was born in London, Ontario, Canada, to a salesman father and a secretary mother. Ryan Gosling, who grew up in different cities of Ontario, could not be a successful student during his school years due to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and was educated at home for a certain period of time. Discovering his talent for stage performances at an early age, Ryan Thomas Gosling dropped out of high school and focused on making an acting career.
Ryan Gosling auditioned for Disney Channel at the age of 12 and started his professional career in Orlando, Florida with young talents including Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, and Justin Timberlake. Returning to Canada after the TV show ended in 1995, Ryan Gosling took part in many TV series projects. Ryan Gosling, who moved to New Zealand at the age of 18, portrayed Hercules for 50 episodes in the TV series “Young Hercules”.
Ryan Gosling, who gave a brand-new direction to his career as of 2000, started to restructure his career step by step by taking roles in films such as “Remember the Titans” and “Murder by Numbers”. Shining under the spotlight with his performance in the movie “The Notebook” in 2004, Ryan Gosling got full marks from the film critics and the audience with his performance in the movie “Half Nelson” in 2006. And for his performance in this movie, he was nominated for an Oscar for the first time. Ryan Gosling, who has starred in films that require acting talent, has become one of the most sought-after names in Hollywood.
Ryan Gosling, who gave acting lessons once again with the movie “Lars and the Real Girl” in 2007, took a break for about three years and returned with “Blue Valentine” in 2010. Ryan Gosling, who shined again with the movie “Drive” a year later, starred in successful films such as “Gangster Squad”, “The Big Short” and “The Nice Guys” in the following years. He starred in the movie “La La Land” with Emma Stone in 2016 and was nominated for an Oscar again for this performance. Ryan Gosling, who starred in a sequel “Blade Runner 2049” in 2017, returned with “The Gray Man” in 2022 after a four-year hiatus.
Notes from Ryan Gosling's career
Ryan Gosling, of which 11 of the first 13 projects he took part in, were TV series, only took part in a single episode in a TV series after 1999.
Released in 2000, “Remember the Titans” was the first Hollywood made movie starring Ryan Gosling.
Ryan Gosling started to receive nominations as an actor at national and international film festivals and awards with the movie “The Believer” in which he starred in 2001.
Two of the first three Hollywood movies starring Ryan Gosling were about American football.