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RYAN GOSLING's (Richard Haywood) powerful performance as a young Jewish skinhead in "The Believer" has been a career breakthrough. It garnered him unanimous rave reviews and industry wide attention. In addition to taking the coveted Grand Jury Prize at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival, Ryan recently received a prestigious Independent Feature Project SPIRIT nomination for Best Actor. He was awarded the 'Golden Ram for Best Actor' by the Russian National Critics Association and has just recently been nominated for Best Actor by the London Film Critics' Circle.

Born in London, Ontario, Canada, Gosling was cast in Disney's "The Mickey Mouse Club" at his very first audition at the age of 12. He moved to Orlando, Florida joining fellow mouseketeers Britney Spears, Ken Russell and members of N'Sync. After working in television in Canada, starring in the hugely popular syndicated series "Breaker High," Ryan moved to New Zealand to play the series lead in the syndicated series "Young Hercules."

Ryan returned to Sundance in 2002, with the independent feature "The Slaughter Rule," playing the complicated and estranged teen. Roy, opposite David Morse. Gosling's desire to pick intricate and complex characters led him to being cast in the lead role of Leland in the film "The United States of Leland" opposite Don Cheadle and Kevin Spacey. Other film credits include the role of Bosley in "Remember the Titans" with Denzel Washington.


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