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RYAN GOSLING (K) is an Oscar-nominated actor who has been honored for his work in a broad range of roles in both major motion pictures and acclaimed independent features. In 2016, he starred in Damien Chazelle's "La La Land," opposite Emma Stone. One of the most acclaimed and successful films of the year, it received 14 Academy Award nominations, including one for Gosling for Best Actor, as well as Best Picture. The film also broke the record for most Golden Globes won by a movie, including Gosling's win for Best Actor. His outstanding performance was also recognized with Best Actor Award nominations from the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), the Broadcast Film Critics Association, BAFTA, the AACTA Awards, and various film critics associations, totaling more than 20 nominations nationwide. In addition, Gosling took home the prestigious Vanguard Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival as well as Outstanding Performer of the Year Award at The Santa Barbara International Film Festival.

He will next team up with Chazelle for a second time in the Neil Armstrong biopic "First Man."

In 2015, Gosling starred in the award-winning, fact-based feature "The Big Short," joining an ensemble cast that also included Christian Bale, Steve Carell and Brad Pitt. For his work in the film, Gosling shared in Screen Actors Guild Award and Critics' Choice Award nominations for Outstanding Motion Picture Cast.

In 2012, he earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical, for his role opposite Steve Carell and Emma Stone in "Crazy, Stupid, Love." and another for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama, for his work in George Clooney's "The Ides of March." The cast of "The Ides of March" also gained a Critics' Choice Award nomination for Best Acting Ensemble by the Broadcast Film Critics Association. That same year, Gosling was also nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Male Lead and a Critics' Choice Award for Best Actor for his work in the action drama "Drive," directed by Nicolas Winding Refn.

He garnered another Golden Globe nomination and his third Critics' Choice Award nomination for Best Actor for his performance in the 2010 romantic drama "Blue Valentine," opposite Michelle Williams. He previously received Golden Globe, SAG Award and Critics' Choice Award nominations for his work in the title role of the indie film "Lars and the Real Girl." He earned his first Academy Award nomination and won an Independent Spirit Award, both for Best Actor, for his performance in the 2006 release "Half Nelson." For his work in that film, he also received SAG Award and Critics' Choice Award nominations; Best Actor awards at the Stockholm and Seattle Film Festivals; and a National Board of Review Award for Best Male Breakthrough Performance.

Gosling made his feature film debut in the 2000 true-life drama "Remember the Titans," starring Denzel Washington. His breakthrough role came the following year, when he starred in the controversial independent drama "The Believer," which won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival. His performance brought him his first Independent Spirit Award nomination, as well as a London Film Critics' Circle Award nomination and the Best Foreign Actor Award from the Russian Film Critics Guild.

In 2014, Gosling made his directorial debut on the independent film "Lost River," which he also wrote and produced. His other film acting credits include "The Nice Guys," with Russell Crowe; "Gangster Squad," with Sean Penn and Josh Brolin; "Only God Forgives," which reunited him with Nicolas Winding Refn; "The Place Beyond the Pines"; and "Fracture," with Anthony Hopkins.

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