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RYAN GOSLING had his career breakthrough when he landed the challenging lead role of Danny in the controversial film, The Believer. His performance garnered him unanimous rave reviews and industry-wide attention. In addition to taking the Grand Jury prize at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival, Gosling also received a prestigious 2002 IFP Spirit nomination for Best Actor. He was also awarded the Golden Ram for Best Actor by the Russian National Critics Association and has recently been nominated for Best Actor by the London Film Critics' Circle – all for The Believer. Most recently he was lauded as ShoWest 2004's Male Star of Tomorrow. Gosling returned to Sundance in 2002, with the independent feature, The Slaughter Rule, playing the emotionally vulnerable 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, and which again brought him glowing notices out of Sundance in 2003. Gosling also received high praise for his work in the psychological thriller, Murder by Numbers, opposite Sandra Bullock, and under the direction of Barbet Schroeder. Other film credits include the role of Bosley in Remember the Titans, starring Denzel Washington. Gosling most recently completed production on Stay, opposite Ewan McGregor and Naomi Watts, for director Marc Forster.

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