Born on November 12th, 1980
It was in the year 2000 that Ryan Gosling drew special attention for his interpretation of a neo-Nazi Jew in the film The Believer. He had in fact begun his career much earlier in a number of TV series. Amongst others, he had played in Young Hercules, which recounts the youth of the demigod and where he had the main role.
But it was in the cinema that his career really moved forward. His considerable talent allowed him to act in a wide range of roles. He stood out in the psychological thriller Stay, and in Steve Carell's comedy Crazy stupid love, and he distinguished himself in The Ides of March, a drama directed by George Clooney.
In 2011, he starred in Drive, where he played a movie stuntman, who becomes a getaway driver for night thieves. The movie was awarded the Best Director Award at Cannes in 2011, and the leading actor received many accolades.
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