Happy birthday, Ryan Gosling! As the acclaimed actor celebrates turning 34, HELLO! Online takes a look at what the stars have in store for Ryan and for you...
This is what Ryan, who is a Scorpio, can be expecting today:
Before I begin your forecast today, I should acknowledge that you have come here to read it and that it is good of you to have made this effort. I should, perhaps, also enquire whether you can see the page satisfactorily. Is the writing too big, or small, for your liking? How comfortable is the chair you are sitting on? Does the temperature of the room meet your needs? By the time we have checked all this, there may be no room in which to communicate a vital point. There. That IS my vital point! Get yours across today.
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For two years he starred alongside Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, and Christina Aguilera, and Ryan described this stint as the greatest two years of his life. He then went on to appear in various TV shows before moving to Hollywood aged 19 to pursue what he called "serious acting".
His first lead role was as a young Jewish neo-Nazi in 2001's The Believer which won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. It was film that Ryan has said "gift-wrapped for me the career that I have now".
Ryan found international fame in 2004 with The Notebook, an adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' novel which co-starred Rachel McAdams. It performed well at the box office and the two co-stars began dating in 2005.
By 2007 Ryan had gained his first Academy Award nomination for his work in Half Nelson, and went on gain his first Golden Globe nomination for Lars and The Real Girl.
Ryan then took a small break but returned in 2010 and 2012 with five films, explaining that making movies "was so emotional and taxing. But I’ve found a way to have fun while doing it. And I think that translates into the films".
Blue Valentine with Michelle Williams, All Good Things, Crazy Stupid Love with Emma Stone, The Ides of March, and Drive all received critical acclaim, and Ryan garnered two more Golden Globe nominations for his work in Crazy Stupid Love and The Ides of March.
Drive saw the beginning of Ryan's work in action films, and he later went on to star in The Place Beyond The Pines and Only God Forgives.
In 2014 Ryan premiered his directorial debut, Lost River, at Cannes Film Festival which co-starred his partner Eva Mendes. The pair revealed in September that they had welcomed a baby girl, Esmerelda Ameda.
Ryan regularly works with PETA to highlight animal cruelty.