RYAN GOSLING (Henry) took on the controversial lead role in the film The Believer, which became a career breakthrough for him. Gosling's performance garnered him rave reviews and industry-wide attention. In addition to taking the Grand Jury prize at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival, Gosling also received a nomination for Best Actor at the 2002 IFP Spirit Awards. Other accolades include the Golden Ram for Best Actor by the Russian National Critics Association and a nomination for Best Actor by the London Film Critics' Circle. More 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 an emotionally vulnerable and estranged teen, opposite David Morse. He also received strong reviews for his work as a nihilistic predator in the psychological thriller Murder by Numbers, in which he costarred with Sandra Bullock. His filmography also includes a role in Remember the Titans, which starred Denzel Washington.
Gosling had the title role in The United States of Leland, opposite Kevin Spacey and Don Cheadle. Next came the lead role in the romantic drama The Notebook, based on the best-selling Nicholas Sparks novel, directed by Nick Cassavetes.
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