Ryan Thomas Gosling was born on November 12, 1980, in London, Ontario, Canada.
Ryan Gosling seems to have squashed rumors of a split between him and girlfriend Eva Mendes, as the actor was spotted at her Hollywood Hills home on Wednesday, Feb. PHOTOS: Ryan and Eva's romance Gosling, 33, was photographed holding onto his phone as he stood behind Mendes' driveway gate.With only his upper body exposed and his blonde locks swept back, the actor smiled and rocked some adorable facial hair.Speculation of a split between the couple of two years has surfaced as of late. 12, the 39-year-old actress joked about a breakup during an appearance on .PHOTOS: Ryan's steamiest moments "I'm not a big Valentine's Day person.I'll probably just order a deep dish and watch The Notebook or something," she joked.
(Gosling was briefly engaged to his costar Rachel Mc Adams, but the twosome split after two years together in 2007.) PHOTOS: Ryan's movie romances Gosling was also seen driving Mendes' SUV in Beverly Hills on Feb. Women seem to like Eva Mendes – which may be surprising, considering she has topped world’s most desirable woman polls and is dating Ryan Gosling.We get to watch them canoodle on screen in their new film, The Place Beyond The Pines – ‘but it’s not a sex scene’, Mendes insists. There is a huge difference.’ The scene, for the record, was shot on the very first day of production, before they had traded their torturous on-screen relationship for an apparently fully functional off-screen one.But Mendes is so much more than a lucky lady paired for work with Hollywood’s two most desirable thirtysomething men (Bradley Cooper is the film’s other star).Now 39, she’s earned the benefits Hollywood has to offer its leading stars.For starters, she’s never played by Hollywood rules. I have diligently and cautiously tried to look for the next thing each time,’ she notes – since her 2001 breakthrough in gritty drama Training Day with Denzel Washington, Mendes has leavened action thrillers (2 Fast 2 Furious, Once Upon A Time In Mexico) and romantic comedies (2005’s endearing Hitch opposite Will Smith) with the likes of the Farrelly Brothers’ Stuck On You or the woefully underrated Last Night with Keira Knightley.