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Michael Vartan

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Michael Vartan in 2010

Born

Michael S. Vartan
November 27, 1968 (1968-11-27) (age 42)
Boulogne-Billancourt, Hauts-de-Seine, France

Spouse

Lauren Skaar (2011–present)

Michael S. Vartan (born November 27, 1968) is a French-American[1][2] film and television actor.
 He is probably best known for the role of Michael Vaughn on the American television action drama Alias.
He is currently appearing in the TNT medical drama Hawthorne.

 



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Early life

Vartan was born in Boulogne-Billancourt, Hauts-de-Seine, France, the son of Doris (née Pucher), a painter and artist,
and Eddie Vartan, a musician.[3][4] His paternal aunt is singer Sylvie Vartan and his stepfather is writer Ian La Frenais.[5]
Vartan's Bulgarian-born father was of Armenian, Bulgarian, and Hungarian ancestry,[6][7] and Vartan's American mother is Jewish
and originally from Poland.[8][9][10] Vartan has said about his French background that "The funny thing is I'm actually a Polish Jew who
happens to be born in France. My mom is Polish and my dad is Bulgarian. I don't have an ounce of French blood. But I work it".[8][11]
He has stated that he tends to be considered a Frenchman in the United States and an American in France.[12]

His parents divorced when he was five and he moved to America with his mother.[13] He moved back to France to be with his father
until his high school years, and grew up a "farm kid" in a "simple environment"[10] in Fleury, Manche, a small town in Normandy.[13][14]
At the age of eighteen, Vartan moved back in with his mother in Los Angeles, telling her that he wanted to be an artist,[15]
because he did not wish to fulfill the mandatory military service required in France.[10] In Los Angeles,
 he attended an acting school after he was told he possessed acting talent. He had also attended the prestigious
 Lycée Français de Los Angeles. Vartan now considers himself to be American and stated on the talk show Rove that he would like
Australia to be his second home.[16] He is bilingual, speaking both English and French fluently.[17]

Career

After starring roles in European films, including an acclaimed performance in the Taviani Brothers' Fiorile, and several smaller film roles,
Vartan had noticeable supporting roles in major Hollywood movies, including Never Been Kissed (1999),
One Hour Photo (2002) and Monster-in-Law (2005).[16] In 2007, he appeared in the Australian horror film Rogue,
and starred in the film Jolene in 2008.

Vartan's most notable role to date has been as Michael Vaughn in the American television series Alias (2001–2006).
Vartan has also had guest appearances on Friends (as Dr. Tim Burke, Tom Selleck's character's son) and
 Ally McBeal (as Jonathan Basset). He also appeared on the show Kitchen Confidential, which starred his former
Alias
co-star Bradley Cooper, as a French chef who was Cooper's rival. In September 2007, Vartan played James Walker,
a main role in the ABC drama Big Shots. However, the show was canceled after one season.
 

Vartan is co-starring opposite Jada Pinkett Smith in TNT's series Hawthorne. Vartan replaced Jeffrey Nordling,
who played the role in the pilot.[18]

Personal life

Vartan at the 23rd Genesis Awards, Beverly Hills, California, March 28, 2009

Over the course of his relationship with Alias co-star Jennifer Garner, he never made any public appearances with her.
Garner confirmed their relationship in August 2003.[19] Vartan began dating Garner in mid-2003, and though rumors of their break-up
 began in March 2004,[20] Garner only confirmed the end of their relationship in August 2004.[21][22] On March 5, 2010,
he announced his engagement to Lauren Skaar, whom he met in a Whole Foods Market parking lot in Los Angeles in 2009.[23]
The couple married on April 2, 2011 at the Pelican Hill Resort in Newport Beach, California.[24]

Vartan is a keen supporter of Australian rules football, having watched the game on numerous visits to Australia,
in particular Melbourne. He is good friends with Brendan Fevola and supports Carlton.[25]

After the completion of the film Rogue, Vartan got a Southern Cross tattoo on his right arm to show his love for Australia.[26]

Filmography

Year

Title

Role

Notes

1988

Black Leather Jacket

Motorcycle Boy

Documentary

1991

Un homme et deux femmes

Fred

 

1992

Stringer

Chris

 

Promenades d'été

Thomas

 

1993

Fiorile

Jean/Massimo

 

1995

To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar

Tommy

 

1996

The Pallbearer

Scott

 

1997

Touch Me

Adam

 

Friends

Dr. Tim Burke

 

The Myth of Fingerprints

Jake

 

1998

The Curve

Chris

 

1999

Never Been Kissed

Sam Coulson

 

2000

It Had to Be You

Charlie Hudson

 

The Next Best Thing

Kevin Lasater

 

Sand

Tyler Briggs

 

2001

The Mists of Avalon

Lancelot

Television miniseries

Alias

Michael Vaughn

Television series

2002

One Hour Photo

Will Yorkin

 

2005

Monster-in-Law

Dr. Kevin Fields

 

Kitchen Confidential

French chef

Television series

2007

Rogue

Pete McKell

 

Big Shots

James Walker

Television series

2008

Jolene

Brad

 

2009-

Hawthorne

Dr. Tom Wakefield

Television series

2009

Demoted

Rodney

 

2010

High

Calculus Teacher

 

2011

Colombiana

 

 

References

1.                               ^ http://www.usaweekend.com/03_issues/030323/030323alias.html

2.                               ^ WE'RE NOT FONDA THIS ONE. J.Fo out-divas J.Lo in 'Monster' catfight that goes ogre the top. Oh well, that's shrew biz

3.                               ^ Meyer-Stabley, Betrand (September 23, 2002). "Elle: Internet Watch: Michael Vartan".
Elle France
. http://www.vartanfan.com/pressroom/2002/020923_ELLE_france.shtml. Retrieved November 3, 2007. 

4.                               ^ "Superstar Moms: Famous Kids". People.com. April 24, 2002.
 http://www.vartanfan.com/pressroom/2002/020424_people.com.shtml
. Retrieved November 3, 2007. 

5.                               ^ "Running Man". Arena UK Magazine. October 2002. http://www.vartanfan.com/pressroom/2002/0210_arena_UK.shtml. Retrieved November 3, 2007. 

6.                               ^ "From La Maritza to La Seine". Le Site Officiel. http://www.aplmusique.com/vartan/vartane.htm. Retrieved November 3, 2007. [dead link]

7.                               ^ Vartanian, Hrag (April, 2004). "Michael Vartan: A Face That's Hard to Forget".
Armenian General Benevolent Union
. http://www.agbu.org/publications/article.asp?A_ID=146. 

8.                               ^ a b Peyser, Marc; Devin Gordon (May 23, 2005). "NEWSMAKERS". Newsweek. http://72.14.205.104/search?q=cache:JfNjiT0oPQIJ:www.newsweek.com/id/52147+%22isn%27t+enough+that+Michael
+Vartan+plays+second+fiddle+to+Jennifer+%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=1&gl=ca
. Retrieved November 3, 2007. 

9.                               ^ Bloom, Nate (June 3, 2005). "Celebrity Jews". The Jewish News Weekly of Northern California. http://www.jewishsf.com/content/2-0-/module/displaystory/story_id/26070/edition_id/504/format/html/displaystory.html. Retrieved November 3, 2007. 

10.                           ^ a b c Fischer, Paul (May 3, 2005). "Interview: Michael Vartan". Dark Horizons.com. http://www.vartanfan.com/pressroom/2005/05032005_darkhorizons.shtml. Retrieved November 3, 2007. 

11.                           ^ j. – Celebrity Jews

12.                           ^ Interview Michael Vartan – Alias

13.                           ^ a b Barker, Lynn (May 10, 2005). "Michael Vartan". http://www.vartanfan.com/pressroom/2005/05102005_teenhollywood.shtml. Retrieved November 3, 2007. 

14.                           ^ "Michael Vartan: The Golden Nephew". Gala Magazine. November, 2002. http://www.vartanfan.com/pressroom/2002/0211_gala_magazine.shtml. Retrieved November 3, 2007. 

15.                           ^ Colon, Suzan (November/December, 1997). "Q&A: Michael Vartan". Jane Magazine. http://www.vartanfan.com/pressroom/1997/9712_jane.shtml. Retrieved November 3, 2007. 

16.                           ^ a b Hellard, Peta (November 4, 2007). "Hollywood hero's bush horror". The Daily Telegraph. http://www.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/story/0,22049,22690716-5009160,00.html. Retrieved November 3, 2007. [dead link]

17.                           ^ :: Michael Vartan – vartanfan[dot]com – fan site ::

18.                           ^ http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/content_display/television/news/e3i79da12a20aa4355ab508da1b38511d25

19.                           ^ Susman, G, "Undercover Work". Entertainment Weekly. August 14, 2003. Retrieved on December 13, 2006.

20.                           ^ Buzzle Staff and Agencies, "Garner & Vartan Split?". Buzzle.com. March 24, 2004. Retrieved on January 23, 2007.

21.                           ^ "Jennifer Garner and Michael Vartan". Moono.com. August 21, 2004. Retrieved on January 23, 2007.

22.                           ^ "Garner Confirms Love Split". AskMen.com. August 19, 2004. Retrieved on January 23, 2007.

23.                           ^ "Michael Vartan of Alias is Engaged!". People.com. March 19, 2010.

24.                           ^ "Alias Star Michael Vartan Gets Married!". Us Weekly. April 2, 2011.

25.                           ^ "Outback tests Michael Vartan". November 10, 2007. Retrieved on April 19, 2010.

26.                           ^ "Rogue star Michael Vartan answers back". November 16, 2007. Retrieved on April 19, 2010

External links

·                    Michael Vartan at the Internet Movie Database

·                    Michael Vartan & Lauren Skaar Engaged







 









Sam Worthington, (624)
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Sam Worthington

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Worthington in Manhattan, 4 April 2010

Born

Samuel Henry J. Worthington[1]
2 August 1976 (1976-08-02) (age 34)
Godalming, Surrey, England, United Kingdom

Occupation

Actor

Years active

2000–present

Partner

Maeve Dermody
(2005–2008)[2]
Natalie Mark
(2008–2011)[3]

 

Samuel Henry J. "Sam" Worthington (born 2 August 1976) is an Australian actor. After almost a decade of roles in Australian TV shows and films, Worthington gained Hollywood's attention by playing the role of Marcus Wright in Terminator Salvation (2009), the lead role as Jake Sully in James Cameron's science fiction/fantasy film Avatar (2009), Perseus in Clash of the Titans (2010) and Captain Alex Mason in the 2010 video game Call of Duty: Black Ops.

In 2004, Worthington received Australia's highest film award for his lead performance in Somersault. He performed predominantly in leading roles in a variety of low-budget films before transitioning to major studio films, ranging from romantic drama and comedy-drama to science fiction and action.

 



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Early life

Sam Worthington was born to English parents in Godalming, Surrey, in southeastern England, and moved to Perth, Western Australia[4] when he was six years old. He grew up in Warnbro, a suburb of Rockingham. His mother, Jeanne J. (née Martyn), a homemaker, raised him and his sister Lucinda, and his father, Ronald W. Worthington, was a power plant employee.[4] He attended John Curtin College of the Arts, a school specialising in the dramatic arts located in Fremantle, Western Australia. His father also sent him on a one-way trip to Cairns on the northeast coast of Australia and told him to "work his way home". He began working on construction and odd jobs, eventually settling in Sydney.[5] At 19, he worked as a bricklayer when he auditioned for the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and was accepted with scholarship.[6]

Sam attended John Curtin College of the Arts in Fremantle, Western Australia were he studied drama but failed to graduate and dropped out.

Career

2000–03

In 2000, Worthington made his film debut in the Australian film Bootmen. He was featured in a leading role as Mitchell Okden. Worthington was nominated for Best Lead Actor by the Australian Film Institute (AFI) for his performance. The same year, he guest starred in television series: JAG, Water Rats and Blue Heelers.

Worthington went on to act in a number of Australian movies and TV series; including leading roles in Dirty Deeds (2002) and Gettin' Square (2003). He also appeared in Hart's War (2002). Dirty Deeds was a critical and financial success, earning A$5,034,142 at the box office in Australia.

2004–08

Worthington played the lead characters in Somersault (2004) and in a modern Australian retelling of Macbeth (2006). Worthington won the AFI Award for Best Lead Actor for his role in Somersault. He is well known in Australia for his role as Howard in the acclaimed Australian TV series Love My Way, where he played the main love interest of the female lead.

Worthington's international film career began with a series of small roles in Hollywood production The Great Raid (2005), which was filmed in Australia. He auditioned for the role of James Bond in Casino Royale but lost the role to Daniel Craig.[7]

2009–present

In Terminator Salvation, Worthington plays cyborg Marcus Wright who assists the humans despite their suspicions of him.

Shot prior to the release of Terminator Salvation, the James Cameron-directed science-fiction film Avatar was Worthington's next project. In the film, he played Jake Sully, a paraplegic US marine who, assigned to control an alien body called an avatar through a neural link, finds himself at the center of a war between his own species and the indigenous Na'vi people of the moon Pandora. The film went on to become the highest-grossing film of all time, grossing more than US$2.730 billion ($2.8 billion adjusted for inflation) in box-office receipts worldwide.[8] He has also signed on for two sequels in Avatar franchise.

He was selected as one of the entrants to the Who's Who in Australia 2011 edition.[9]

Personal life

Worthington says that when he was about 30, he sold most of his possessions and ended up with around $2000 to his name. He says he bought a car with the proceeds and was living in it before he successfully auditioned for his role in Avatar.[10] He then found a place to live.[11]

Films

Films

Year

Title

Role

Notes

2000

Bootmen

Mitchell Okden

Nominated – Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role

2001

A Matter of Life

Our Hero

Short film

2002

Hart's War

Cpl. B.J. "Depot" Guidry

 

2002

Dirty Deeds

Darcy

Nominated – Film Critics Circle of Australia Award for Best Supporting Actor – Male

2003

Gettin' Square

Barry "Wattsy" Wirth

 

2004

Somersault

Joe

Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
Nominated –
Film Critics Circle of Australia Award for Best Actor – Male
Nominated –
Inside Film Award for Best Actor

2004

Thunderstruck

Ronnie

 

2004

Blue Poles

Miles

Short film

2005

The Great Raid

Pfc. Lucas

 

2005

Fink!

Able

 

2006

A Fairytale of the City

The Artist

Short film

2006

Macbeth

Macbeth

 

2007

Rogue

Neil

 

2009

Terminator Salvation

Marcus Wright

Nominated – Scream Award Breakout Performance – Male
Nominated –
Teen Choice Award for Best Fresh Face Male

2009

Avatar

Jake Sully/Tom Sully

2010 Teen Choice Award for Best Sci-Fi Actor
Saturn Award for Best Actor
Nominated – 2010 Teen Choice Award for Best Fight
Nominated –
Empire Award for Best Actor
Nominated –
MTV Movie Award for Best Fight
(shared with Stephen Lang)
Nominated –
MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss (shared with Zoe Saldana)

2010

Clash of the Titans

Perseus

Nominated – 2010 Teen Choice Award for Best Fantasy Actor

2010

Last Night

Michael Reed

 

2010

Love & Distrust

Miles

Segment: Blue Poles by Darcy Yuille

2011

The Debt

Young David

 

2011

The Fields

Jake Souder

 

2011

The Drift

Surfer

Pre-production

2012

Man on a Ledge

Nick Cassidy

Post-production

2012

Wrath of the Titans

Perseus

Filming

2014

Avatar 2

Jake Sully

Pre-production

2015

Avatar 3

Jake Sully

Pre-production

Television

Television

Year

Title

Role

Notes

2000

JAG

Dunsmore

Episode: "Boomerang: Part 1"

2000

Water Rats

Phillip Champion

Episode: "Able to Leap Tall Buildings"

2000

Blue Heelers

Shane Donovan

Episode: "Bloodlines"

2004

Love My Way

Howard Light

2004–2005 (10 episodes)

2005

The Surgeon

Dr. Sam Dash

2005 (8 episodes)

2006

Two Twisted

Gus Rogers

Episode: "Delivery Man"

2012

The Grass Crown

Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus

In-production

Video games

Video games

Year

Title

Role

Notes

2010

Call of Duty: Black Ops

Captain Alex Mason

Nominated- Spike Video Game Awards for the Best Performance by a Human Male

References

1.                               ^ "Diario de Yucatán". Yucatan.com.mx. 26 January 2010. http://www.yucatan.com.mx/noticia.asp?cx=13$0722000000$4233294&f=20100126. Retrieved 12 September 2010. 

2.                               ^ Post a commentDo you have a Yahoo! ID? Sign in (10 December 2009). "Maeve Dermody Gets All the Hot Boys – Who Magazine – Yahoo!7 Lifestyle". Au.lifestyle.yahoo.com. http://au.lifestyle.yahoo.com/who/celebrity-interviews/article/-/6571936/maeve-dermody-gets-all-the-hot-boys/. Retrieved 12 September 2010. 

3.                               ^ "Sam Worthington's girlfriend Natalie Mark shones at Inside Flm Awards". The Daily Telegraph. UK. 18 November 2009. http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/entertainment/movies/sam-worthingtons-girlfriend-natalie-mark-shones-at-inside-flm-awards/story-e6frexli-1225799495568. Retrieved 12 September 2010. 

4.                               ^ a b "Avatar first reviews, Sam Worthington next Hollywood star in the making". The Daily Telegraph. 2009-12-11. http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/entertainment/movies/avatar-first-reviews/story-e6frexli-1225809445878. Retrieved 2009-12-12. 

5.                               ^ [1][dead link]

6.                               ^ "Sam Worthington Interview for Terminator". Screencrave.com. 2009-05-21. http://screencrave.com/2009-05-21/sam-worthington-interview-for-terminator/. Retrieved 2010-05-30. 

7.                               ^ "Bard arse". The Sydney Morning Herald. 15 September 2006. http://www.smh.com.au/news/arts/bard-arse/2006/09/13/1157827019501.html?page=fullpage#contentSwap1. 

8.                               ^ "Worldwide Grosses". Box Office Mojo. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/alltime/world/. Retrieved 27 June 2010. 

9.                               ^ "Who's Who pack now boasts Siddle, Hamish and Andy and the Masterchef judges". heraldsun.com.au. 9 December 2010. http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/breaking-news/whos-who-pack-now-boasts-siddle-hamish-and-andy-and-the-masterchef-judges/story-e6frf7jx-1225968131634. 

10.                           ^ Worthington on Jay Leno

11.                           ^ Worthington talks about living inside a car

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Jeremy Piven, (623)
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Jeremy Piven

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Jeremy Piven on February 23, 2009.

Born

Jeremy Samuel Piven
July 26, 1965 (1965-07-26) (age 45)
New York City, New York, United States

Occupation

Actor
Producer

Years active

1983–present

 

Jeremy Samuel Piven (born July 26, 1965)[1] is an American film producer and actor best known for his role as Ari Gold in the television series Entourage for which he has won three Primetime Emmy Awards as well as several other nominations for Best Supporting Actor.

 



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Early years

Piven was born in Manhattan, New York, but grew up in Evanston, Illinois, a suburb north of Chicago.[1] He graduated from Evanston Township High School,[2][dead link] and attended Harand Theater Camp in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, as a teenager. He played the part of "Bernardo" in West Side Story there. In Illinois, he trained at Piven Theatre Workshop,[3] founded by his parents, Byrne Piven and Joyce Piven, both of whom were actors and drama teachers.[1][4] He also attended Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa,[5] and is a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity.[6] He spent a semester at the National Theater Institute in Waterford, Connecticut. He has appeared in a number of films with John Cusack, who is also from Evanston and is a fellow alumnus of the Piven Theatre Workshop (as are Cusack's sisters Joan and Ann). Piven and Cusack once shared an apartment and have been friends since high school.

Career

Piven's first significant role came in 1992 when he became a regular cast member on HBO's The Larry Sanders Show, where he played the head writer Jerry. In 1993, he portrayed George Costanza on the show-within-a-show scene in the Seinfeld episode, "The Pilot". Piven has appeared in several successful films, including Lucas, Grosse Pointe Blank, Singles, Very Bad Things, The Family Man, Black Hawk Down, The Kingdom, Heat, PCU, Old School, Rock N Rolla, Serendipity, Smokin' Aces, and Runaway Jury. He has also had brief cameo appearances in Rush Hour 2 and in the US release of Cars.

Since 2004, Piven has reinvigorated his career by playing a fast-talking, acerbic Hollywood agent Ari Gold in the HBO series Entourage. He received Emmy nominations for best supporting actor four straight years from 2005 to 2008, and won the award in 2006, 2007, and 2008. 2009 was the first year in which he did not receive an Emmy Award nomination for his work on Entourage. Piven was also the star and producer of the short-lived ABC dramedy series Cupid, and was a supporting cast member on the last three seasons of the sitcom Ellen. He played the part of Ellen's cousin, Spence. He also voiced Elongated Man in three episodes of Justice League Unlimited.

In 2007, Piven appeared in the video for "Drivin' Me Wild", the third single taken from rapper Common's seventh album Finding Forever. The two were co-stars in Smokin' Aces, and appeared together when Piven hosted SNL in January 2007.[7]

Piven appeared in the first Broadway revival of David Mamet's Speed-the-Plow, co-starring Mad Men star Elisabeth Moss and three-time Tony nominee Raul Esparza. The production began preview performances on October 3, 2008, and opened on October 23, 2008; the play was due to run through February 22, 2009. After Piven missed several performances, on December 17, 2008, Piven's rep announced that due to an undisclosed illness, Piven would be ending his run in the play effective immediately.[8] The illness was revealed to be hydrargaria, a disease caused by exposure to mercury or its compounds, though the source is unknown. Rumours have indicated that the high level of mercury could potentially have been caused by Piven's habit of consuming fish twice a day for the past 20 years.[9] An alternative explanation is that the herbal remedies Piven was taking were responsible for his high levels of mercury.[10] Mamet joked that Piven was leaving the play "to pursue a career as a thermometer."[11] On September 1, 2009, Piven, in a guest appearance on Late Show with David Letterman, explained that he had given up red meat and poultry, and had been getting all of his protein from fish for the past 20 years. William H. Macy and Norbert Leo Butz replaced Piven in the Broadway show.[12]

Personal life

Piven considers himself a Jewish Buddhist.[13] He starred in the Travel Channel special Jeremy Piven's Journey of a Lifetime detailing his journey across India.

Filmography

Film

Year

Film

Role

Notes

1986

Lucas

Spike

 

One Crazy Summer

Ty

 

1989

Say Anything...

Mark

 

1990

The Grifters

Sailor – Freshman

 

White Palace

Kahn

 

1992

The Player

Steve Reeves

 

Bob Roberts

Candle Seller

 

Singles

Doug Hughley

 

There Goes The Neighborhood

Albert Lodge

 

1993

Twenty Bucks

Nervous Quick-Mart Clerk

 

Judgment Night

Ray Cochran

 

1994

Floundering

Guy

 

Car 54, Where Are You?

Herbert Hortz

 

PCU

James "Droz" Andrews

 

1995

Miami Rhapsody

Mitchell

 

Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde

Peter Walston

 

Heat

Dr. Bob

 

1996

Larger Than Life

Walter

 

1997

Just Write

Harold McMurphy

 

Grosse Pointe Blank

Paul Spericki

 

Kiss the Girls

Henry Castillo, LAPD

 

1998

Music from Another Room

Billy Swan

 

Phoenix

Fred Shuster

 

Very Bad Things

Michael Berkow

 

2000

The Crew

Det. Steve Menteer

 

The Family Man

Arnie

 

2001

Serendipity

Dean Kansky

 

Rush Hour 2

Versace Salesman

 

Black Hawk Down

Clifton "Elvis" Wolcott

 

2002

Highway

Scawldy

 

2003

Old School

Dean Gordon "Cheese" Pritchard

 

Runaway Jury

Lawrence Green

 

Scary Movie 3

Ross Giggins

 

2004

Chasing Liberty

Alan Weiss

 

2005

Two for the Money

Jerry

 

Scooby-Doo! in Where's My Mummy?

Rock Rivers

Voice
Direct-to-video

2006

Keeping Up with the Steins

Adam Fiedler

 

Smokin' Aces

Buddy "Aces" Israel

 

Cars

Harv

Voice

2007

The Kingdom

Damon Schmidt

 

2008

RocknRolla

Roman

 

2009

The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard

Don Ready

 

2011

I Melt With You

Ron

 

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World

Timekeeper

 

Television

Year

Title

Role

Notes

1990

Carol & Company

Comedy sketch characters

Unknown episodes

1992–1998

The Larry Sanders Show

Jerry Capen

15 episodes

1993

Seinfeld

Michael Barth

3 episodes

12:01

Howard Richter

Television movie

1995

Chicago Hope

Godfrey Nabbott

2 episodes

Pride & Joy

Nathan Green

Unknown episodes

1995–1998

Ellen

Spence Kovak

72 episodes

1997

The Drew Carey Show

Spence Kovak

1 episode

Grace Under Fire

Spence Kovak

1 episode

Coach

Spence Kovak

1 episode

Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man

Victor DeMann (Voice)

1 episode

Don King: Only in America

Hank Schwartz

Television movie

1998–1999

Cupid

Trevor Hale/Cupid

15 episodes
Producer

2000

Will & Grace

Nicholas

1 episode

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command

Brain Pod #57 (Voice)

1 episode

2002

Rugrats

Additional Voices

1 episode

The Twilight Zone

Tyler Ward

2 episodes

2003

Spider-Man: The New Animated Series

Roland Gaines (Voice)

2 episodes

2004–2005

Justice League Unlimited

Elongated Man (Voice)

3 episodes

2004–2011

Entourage

Ari Gold

Main cast

Awards

Year

Award

Category

Series

2006

Emmy Award

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

Entourage

2007

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

Entourage

2008

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

Entourage

2008

Golden Globe Award

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

Entourage

References

1.                               ^ a b c "Jeremy Piven Biography". filmreference. 2008. http://www.filmreference.com/film/25/Jeremy-Piven.html. Retrieved 2008-10-29. 

2.                               ^ Dandelife.com : Story : "poo is in *newsweek*", by caroline m

3.                               ^ Piven Theatre Workshop – Home

4.                               ^ HBO: Jeremy Piven as Ari – Entourage

5.                               ^ Jeremy Piven, Employing His Acting Skills (washingtonpost.com)

6.                               ^ List of famous PIKES

7.                               ^ SNL Archives | Episode. Retrieved October 10, 2007.

8.                               ^ Docs Tell Piven: Broadway is Bad for Your Health TMZ, December 17, 2008

9.                               ^ NFI Response to Jeremy's Piven's Claims About Fish and Mercury on YouTube

10.                           ^ Discussion of the possible cause of poisoning

11.                           ^ Jeremy Piven Abruptly Departs Broadway's Speed-the-Plow Playbill, December 17, 2008

12.                           ^ Silverman, Stephen M. (2008-12-18). "Jeremy Piven Abruptly Abandons Broadway Play". people.com. http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20247585,00.html. 

13.                           ^ The Star Online eCentral: Jeremy’s journey

External links

·                    Jeremy Piven at the Internet Movie Database

·                    Interview on WHO.com with Jeremy Piven and Doug Ellin[dead link]

·                    Piven on "Speed-The-Plow" and Mercury Poisoning at Yahoo![dead link]

·                    Jeremy Piven on Twitter







 









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Gosling at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.

Born

Ryan Thomas Gosling
November 12, 1980 (1980-11-12) (age 30)
London, Ontario, Canada

Occupation

Actor, Musician, Producer

Years active

1995–present

 

Ryan Thomas Gosling (born November 12, 1980) is a Canadian actor, musician, social activist and producer. Gosling began acting at age 12 on the American variety television show The Mickey Mouse Club. At the age of 17, Gosling was cast as Sean in the short lived Canadian television show Breaker High (1997–98). Following his feature film debut in Remember the Titans (2000), Gosling had his breakout role as a fanatic Neo-Nazi in the 2001 drama film The Believer, for which he received an Independent Spirit Awards nomination for Best Male Lead.

In 2004, Gosling gained mainstream success for playing the male lead in the romantic drama The Notebook. Two years later, Gosling was honored with winning Best Male Lead from the Independent Spirit Awards and earned his first Academy and Screen Actors Guild nominations as Best Leading Actor, for portraying a junior high school teacher in the independent film Half Nelson (2006). Gosling was also awarded the Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical at the Satellite Award and earned his second Screen Actors Guild Award nomination and his first Golden Globe Award nomination for his lead performance in Lars and the Real Girl (2007). Gosling earned his second Golden Globe Award nomination for the independent drama Blue Valentine (2010).

Aside from acting, Gosling along with Chef Ben Benameur and Chris Angulo opened a Moroccan restaurant called Tagine[1] in Beverly Hills California.[2] Also, Gosling formed the band Dead Man's Bones[3] with his friend Zach Shields. They released their self-titled debut album in October 2009.

 



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Early Life

Ryan Gosling was born in London, Ontario[4] and raised in Cornwall, Ontario,[5] the son of Donna, a secretary, and Thomas Gosling, a paper mill worker.[6] He was raised in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and had said that the experience still shapes and affects his character.[7] His parents divorced when he was young. Gosling was taken out of elementary school and homeschooled because of being harassed and picked on in elementary school.[8]

Gosling dropped out of high school at age 17. He then moved to New Zealand, where he worked on the series Young Hercules for two years, with the company that created Xena, Warrior Princess.[9]

Career

 

Gosling was a cast member on the hit show The Mickey Mouse Club alongside fellow stars; Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, J.C. Chasez, and Keri Russell. He was part of the last set of new Mouseketeers to be admitted into the show before it ended its run. He sang, danced, and acted on the show.

Gosling was in many Canadian television series/movies including, Homegrown Cafe. Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Goosebumps, Road to Avonlea and Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy.[10] He starred in the Canadian television show Breaker High, which aired on YTV in Canada and UPN in the United States from 1997 to 1998. Then from 1998–1999 Gosling starred in Young Hercules which was shot on location in New Zealand. The show told the tale of Hercules as a teenager while he learned his warrior skills at a training academy.[11] In 2000, he got his breakout role in Remember the Titans as Alan Bosley, working alongside Denzel Washington.

Gosling has had no formal training as an actor. His fame spread to the United States after he starred in the 2001 controversial drama The Believer, which won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.[12] In 2002 Gosling's film, The Slaughter Rule, showcased at Sundance Film Festival[13] and Murder by Numbers screened out of competition at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival.[14] Then back to the Sundance Film Festival in 2003 for The United States of Leland,[15] which also starred Don Cheadle and Kevin Spacey. He also briefly met Michelle Williams the first time while on set: she played his character's girlfriend, Jena Malone's sister.

Gosling won the Best Actor category at the Spirit Awards (formerly known as the Independent Spirit Awards) for his role as a drug-addicted, junior high school history teacher in the 2006 film Half Nelson. For the same role, he was nominated for an Academy Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and a Broadcast Film Critics Association award as best actor.[16] Gosling also holds the distinction of being the first former Mickey Mouse Club cast member (of both the original and the revival) to be nominated for an Oscar and the first Canadian actor to be nominated for Best Actor in 62 years, since Alexander Knox (Wilson) in 1944.[17]

On December 13, 2007, Gosling was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for Lars and the Real Girl. A week later, he was subsequently nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award. He had also received a Broadcast Film Critics Association nomination and won a Satellite Award for this performance as well. In February 2008, he was presented with the inaugural Independent Award at the Santa Barbara Film Festival.[18] In her introduction, presenter Jenelle Riley called him "The most consistent and compelling actor working today."

Gosling at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival

In 2009, Gosling co-starred with Michelle Williams in Derek Cianfrance's directorial debut, Blue Valentine, taking the director 12 years to make.[19] Blue Valentine premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival as one of 16 films selected from 1,058 submissions for the dramatic competition.[20] Written by Derek Cianfrance, Cami Delavigne and Joey Curtis, the screenplay won the 2006 Chrysler Film Project contest, which came with $1 million of funding.[21] After Cianfrance's world premiere at Sundance, the film was also screened at Cannes International Film Festival's Un Certain Regard in 2010[22] and played to the press and public at the Toronto International Film Festival.[23] Following those three festivals, the film has since been screened at various festivals around the world.[24] Gosling and Williams promoted their film and also shared the cover of W Magazine October 2010 issue.[25] The authentic chemistry in the raw emotionally driven film affected both actors, "Most movies when you're acting you're trying to block out the lights and the trailers. Here, you had to remind yourself you were making a film," says Gosling. "Michelle and I found it hard to take off our wedding bands when it was over. We'd built this castle and then had to tear it down."[26]

In 2010, Ryan Gosling narrated Phillip Montgomery’s ReGeneration, a documentary that explores the widespread cynicism in today’s youth and young adults, and the influences that perpetuate our culture's apathetic view towards social and political causes. Gosling also produced the documentary along with Anonymous Content’s Matt DeRoss and Engine 7 Films’ Joel Goulder and Jeremy Goulder. Montgomery said, "It is an honor to work with one of the most talented and intelligent artists of our generation. As a socially conscious individual himself, Ryan brings an inspired freshness to the films core message of hope and action. There is truly no better voice to guide us through this film."[27]

Ryan Gosling will be co-starring in Crazy, Stupid, Love with Steve Carell, Julianne Moore, Kevin Bacon, Emma Stone, Marisa Tomei, Analeigh Tipton, and Josh Groban. The film is being distributed by Warner Brothers[28][29] and is set for theatrical release in July 29, 2011.[30]

In September 2010, Gosling began filming on the independent feature, Drive, by Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn. The film co-stars Carey Mulligan, Bryan Cranston, and Ron Perlman.[31] FilmDistrict picked up distribution rights[32] and will release it on September 16, 2011.[33] Gosling even built the car used in the film during production for a more authentic performance as a stunt driver and wheelman.

Gosling is also scheduled to star in the George Clooney-directed film version of Beau Willimon's award-winning play, Farragut North, now known as The Ides of March.[34]Sony Pictures Entertainment has set The Ides of March for a release date of October 14, 2011.[35]

Recently, Gosling has re-teamed up with director Derek Cianfrance for the film The Place Beyond the Pines[36] and director Nicolas Winding Refn to shoot a remake of Logan’s Run which will be distributed by Warner Brothers.[37]

Personal Life

Gosling with Emily Blunt at amfAR's Cinema Against AIDS Gala in May 2010.

Gosling dated actress Rachel McAdams, whom he met during the filming of The Notebook, from 2004 to February 2007. The relationship was popular in both the media and amongst fans, even being mentioned in the popular Saturday Night Live sketch "Lazy Sunday", in the lyrics "I love these cupcakes like McAdams loves Gosling". He has stated that he has encountered many fans who took the news of their breakup as hard as he and McAdams did and would be forced to console them. Of the relationship, Gosling said the following to GQ Magazine in 2007: "I mean, God bless The Notebook... It introduced me to one of the great loves of my life. But people do Rachel and me a disservice by assuming we were anything like the people in that movie. Rachel and my love story is a hell of a lot more romantic than that."[38] Of their actual breakup, Gosling has also remarked, "The only thing I remember is we both went down swingin' and we called it a draw."[39]

Gosling has always been supportive of various causes, working closely with John Prendergast, who is Co-Founder of the Enough Project.[40] He was a Hollywood's representative at the Campus Progress National Conference and spoke out about Darfur.[41] Gosling said, "For some reason, there's an interest in what people who do what I do have to say. I don't particularly have that much to say ... but I do have these experiences that I can relay. I'm honored to have these experiences."[42] In December 2010 Ryan Gosling traveled with Enough Project Co-founder John Prendergast and Enough field analyst Fidel Bafilemba to eastern Congo.[43] During their visit to Goma and other areas of North Kivu province, Gosling met with civil society organizations, human rights defenders, and survivors of the ongoing violent conflict, the deadliest in the world. Through the collection of original video footage Gosling intends to cast a spotlight on their stories of courage, survival, and hope.[44]

In 2008, Gosling endorsed Barack Obama's presidential campaign.[45]

Gosling is one of GQ Magazine's 2010 Men of the Year, as "Contender of the Year".[46]

Dead Man's Bones

Dead Man's Bones is a multi-musical duo between Ryan Gosling and Zach Shields. When Shields and Gosling met in 2005 they discovered a mutual obsession with ghosts and decided to write love stories about ghosts and monsters. The pair chose to play all the instruments on the record, even those they had never touched before. They also imposed rules on themselves during the recording process, like not playing with a click track, or trying to do no more than three takes on any song, letting any imperfections highlight the strengths of the music.[47] On December 25, 2008, Dead Man's Bones released a music video and free download for their song "In The Room Where You Sleep,"[48] and on April 4, 2009, the band released another music video for their song "Name In Stone" on MySpace and YouTube. The self-titled debut album from the band, featuring members of the Silverlake Conservatory of Music's children's choir, was released on October 6, 2009 through ANTI- records and was produced by Tim Anderson of I’m A Robot.[49] Gosling and Shields also toured[50] around North America for fall/Halloween 2009[51] with a local choir and talent show at every show to rave reviews.[52] Each children's choir was similar to the LA group, Silverlake Conservatory Children's Choir, which they recorded with on the album.[53] In 2010, they released two other music videos for tracks: "Dead Hearts"[54] and "Pa Pa Power".[55]

Filmography

Year

Title

Role

Award Recognition in Acting & Production Notes

1997

Frankenstein and Me

Kenny

 

1999

The Unbelievables

Josh

 

2000

Remember the Titans

Alan Bosley

 

2001

The Believer

Danny Balint

Russian Guild of Film Critics Award for Best Foreign Actor
Nominated—
Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Most Promising Performer
(Also for Murder by Numbers)
Nominated—
Independent Spirit Award for Best Lead Male

2002

Murder by Numbers

Richard Haywood

Nominated—Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Most Promising Performer (Also for The Believer)

The Slaughter Rule

Roy Chutney

 

2003

The United States of Leland

Leland P. Fitzgerald

 

2004

The Notebook

Noah Calhoun

MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss (Shared with Rachel McAdams)
Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actor – Drama
Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Breakout Performance – Male
Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Chemistry
(Shared with Rachel McAdams)
Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Liplock (Shared with Rachel McAdams)
Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Choice Movie Love Scene (Shared with Rachel McAdams)
Nominated—
Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Choice Movie Dance Scene (Shared with Rachel McAdams)

2005

Stay

Henry Letham

 

2006

Half Nelson

Dan Dunne

Independent Spirit Award for Best Lead Male
Stockholm Film Festival Award for Best Actor
Las Palmas Film Festival Award for Best Actor
National Board of Review Award for Breakthrough Male Performance
Village Voice Film Poll – Best Actor
Nominated—
Academy Award for Best Actor
Nominated—
Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor
Nominated—
Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor
Nominated—
Chlotrudis Award for Best Actor
Nominated—
Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Actor
Nominated—
Satellite Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama
Nominated—
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role
Nominated—
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor

2007

Fracture

Willy Beachum

Nominated—Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actor – Horror/Thriller

Lars and the Real Girl

Lars Lindstrom

Satellite Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
Nominated—
Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor
Nominated—
Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor
Nominated—
Chlotrudis Award for Best Actor
Nominated—
Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
Nominated—
PRISM Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film
Nominated—
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role
Nominated—
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor

2010

All Good Things

David Marks

Nominated—PRISM Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film

Blue Valentine

Dean Pereira

Chlotrudis Award for Best Actor
Nominated—
Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor
Nominated—
Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor
Nominated—
Detroit Film Critics Society Award for Best Actor
Nominated—
Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama
Nominated—
London Film Critics Circle Award for Actor of the Year
Nominated—
Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Actor
Nominated—
Satellite Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama
Nominated—
Utah Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor

ReGeneration

Narrator

Documentary[56]

2011

Crazy, Stupid, Love

Jacob Palmer

Upcoming

Drive

Driver

Upcoming

The Ides of March

Stephen Myers

Upcoming

2013

The Place Beyond the Pines

Luke

pre-production

The Gangster Squad

Sgt. Jerry Wooters

pre-production

Only God Forgives

 

pre-production

Logan's Run

Logan

pre-production

Television

Year

Show

Role

Episode(s) & Notes

1993–1995

Mickey Mouse Club

Himself

TV Series

1995

Are You Afraid of the Dark?

Jamie Leary

5.02 "The Tale of Station 109.1"

1996

PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal

Adam

1.01 "Dream House/UFO Encounter"

Kung Fu: The Legend Continues

Kevin

4.09 "Dragon's Lair"

Road to Avonlea

Bret McNulty

7.09 "From Away"

Goosebumps

Greg Banks

1.15 "Say Cheese and Die"

The Adventures of Shirley Holmes

Sean

1.01 "The Case of the Burning Building"

Flash Forward

Scott Stuckey

1.11 "Double Bill" and 1.21 "Skate Bait"

Ready or Not

Matt Kalinsky

4.05 "I Do, I Don't"

1997–1998

Breaker High

Sean Hanlon

TV Series

1998

Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy

Tommy

TV Movie

1998–1999

Young Hercules

Hercules

TV Series

Hercules: The Legendary Journeys

Zylus

5.17 "The Academy"

2005

I'm Still Here: Real Diaries of Young People Who Lived During the Holocaust

Ilya Gerber (voice)

TV Documentary[57]

References

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2.                               ^ http://www.blackbookmag.com/article/los-angeles-10-best-celebrity-owned-hotspots/5194/

3.                               ^ http://www.deadmansbones.net

4.                               ^ "Ryan Gosling says onscreen intimacy in 'Blue Valentine' 'just happened'". The Guardian. 2011-01-04. http://www.theguardian.pe.ca/Canada---World/Arts/2011-01-04/article-2089490/Ryan-Gosling-says-onscreen-intimacy-in-Blue-Valentine-just-happened/1. Retrieved 2011-02-23. 

5.                               ^ http://www.tribute.ca/people/ryan-gosling/8468/

6.                               ^ Winters Keegan, Rebecca (2008-10-04). "The Oddball". Time. http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1668471,00.html. Retrieved 2007-10-04. 

7.                               ^ Interview with Ryan Gosling and Craig Gillespie of 'Lars and the Real Girl' film- Beliefnet.com

8.                               ^ Celebrity Spider – Ryan Gosling

9.                               ^ Gosling of 'Half Nelson': An Un-Hollywood Star The Washington Post, August 25, 2006

10.                           ^ Ryan Gosling – IMDb

11.                           ^ "Young Hercules" (1998) – Plot Summary

12.                           ^ Sundance Film Festival, January 18 – 28, 2001 at FilmFestivals.com

13.                           ^ The Slaughter Rule (2002) – Awards

14.                           ^ Festival de Cannes – From 11 to 22 may 2011

15.                           ^ The United States of Leland (2003) – Awards

16.                           ^ Half Nelson – Awards & Nominations at Yahoo Movies

17.                           ^ Ryan Gosling pictures & biography

18.                           ^ "Daily Nexus"

19.                           ^ Film Blog & Box Office Analysis – Risky Business – The Hollywood Reporter

20.                           ^ 2010 Sundance Film Festival : Blue Valentine

21.                           ^ Sundance Photo Preview: Blue Valentine, Starring Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling | /Film

22.                           ^ Festival de Cannes – From 11 to 22 may 2011

23.                           ^ 2010 Films – Blue Valentine

24.                           ^ Blue Valentine (2010) – Release dates

25.                           ^ http://www.wmagazine.com/celebrities/2010/10/michelle_williams_ryan_gosling?currentPage=1

26.                           ^ Fisher, Alice (2011-01-09). "The life of Ryan". The Guardian (London). http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2011/jan/09/ryan-gosling-blue-valentine-film. 

27.                           ^ Ryan Gosling to narrate Phillip Montgomery's "ReGeneration" | HollywoodNews.com

28.                           ^ The Playlist: Steve Carell's 'Crazy, Stupid, Love' Hits Theaters April 22, 2011

29.                           ^ Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011) – Company credits

30.                           ^ Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011) – Release dates

31.                           ^ Production Starts on Nicolas Winding Refn’s DRIVE Starring Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan

32.                           ^ FilmDistrict Takes Distribution Rights to Nicolas Winding Refn’s ‘Drive’ | /Film

33.                           ^ Nicolas Winding Refn’s ‘Drive’ Will Hit Theaters September 16, 2011 Via Film District > The Playlist

34.                           ^ George Clooney and Ryan Gosling Set for Ides of March

35.                           ^ http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/sony-sets-release-date-george-164016

36.                           ^ "Derek Cianfrance Talks THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES Starring Ryan Gosling". Collider.com. 2011-02-04. http://collider.com/derek-cianfrance-place-beyond-the-pines/74634/. Retrieved 2011-02-23. 

37.                           ^ Fleming, Mike (2011-02-10). "Ryan Gosling Is Stepping Up To A Studio Tent Pole With ‘Logan’s Run’ Remake –". Deadline.com. http://www.deadline.com/2011/02/ryan-gosling-is-stepping-up-to-a-studio-tent-pole-with-logans-run-remake/. Retrieved 2011-02-23. 

38.                           ^ The Loner: Celebrities: GQ

39.                           ^ Lehner, Marla (2007-10-17). "Ryan Gosling Consoled Fans After Rachel McAdams Split – Breakups, Rachel McAdams, Ryan Gosling". People.com. http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20152855,00.html. Retrieved 2010-08-03. 

40.                           ^ http://enoughproject.org/

41.                           ^ Argetsinger, Amy; Roberts, Roxanne (2008-07-09). "Supporting Roles: Ryan Gosling as Darfur Activist and Humble Star". The Washington Post. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/07/09/AR2008070900046.html. 

42.                           ^ http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2054065554220211763#

43.                           ^ http://www.raisehopeforcongo.org/

44.                           ^ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-prendergast/actor-ryan-gosling-previe_b_812388.html

45.                           ^ cdn.buzznet.com

46.                           ^ GQ Names Jeff Bridges, James Franco, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and Drew Brees Among 2010 Men of the Year – Yahoo! Finance

47.                           ^ http://www.anti.com/catalog/view/139/Dead_Mans_Bones

48.                           ^ Ryan Gosling Debuts His First Music Video at The Insider

49.                           ^ Pitchfork: The Playlist: Dead Man's Bones – "My Body's a Zombie For You"

50.                           ^ http://www.deadmansbones.net/#/Tour/

51.                           ^ Pitchfork: Dead Man's Bones (Ryan Gosling and Zach Shields) Announce First Tour

52.                           ^ Dead Man’s Bones: Concert Review

53.                           ^ Dead Man’s Bones reinvent the concert experience (6/27) « Consequence of Sound

54.                           ^ YouTube – Dead Man's Bones – "Dead Hearts"

55.                           ^ Pa Pa Power – Dead Mans Bones On Vimeo

56.                           ^ "ReGeneration – The Movie". http://www.regeneration-themovie.com. Retrieved 2011-02-23. 

57.                           ^ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0464062/

External links

·                    Ryan Gosling at the Internet Movie Database

·                    Ryan Gosling at Yahoo! Movies

·                    Dead Man's Bones on Myspace (Ryan Gosling's band)

·                    Ryan Gosling at People.com

·                    Ryan Gosling in Germany






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