Ryan Gosling Net Worth 2018: How Much Is Ryan Worth Today?

There’s a reason why Ryan Gosling is one of the most beloved and most successful actors in Hollywood today: it’s because he worked for it tirelessly from a young age. Now? Well, now you’re about to see how his hard work materialized into tangible, monetary success.

Ryan Gosling was born in London, Ontario, Canada on November 12, 1980.

Yes, Gosling has achieved ridiculous feats of career and fame in only 35 years time. Just let that sink in for a moment.

He is an actor musician and producer, getting his stardom start as a child star on the Disney Channel’s Mickey Mouse Club back in the early 1990s. He later went on to appear in other family entertainment programs – which were only the beginnings of a brilliant career. Consequently, now you may be wondering how much Gosling is actually worth. You probably want me to stop avoiding the topic.

As of 2018, Ryan Gosling is worth $30 million.

Let’s take a closer look as to how he made such riches, shall we?


1993-1999

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At the age of 12, Ryan Gosling tried out at an open audition in Montreal for a revival of Disney Channel’s Mickey Mouse Club. He was given a two-year contract and moved to Florida. He worked alongside Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera.

In 1995, he moved back to Canada and appeared in Are You Afraid Of The Dark. In 1996, he took part in Goosebumps. He additionally starred in Breaker High between 1997 and 1998 and eventually moved down to New Zealand between 1998 and 1999 to act in Young Hercules as the title character.


2004-2007

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Ryan Gosling rose to the attention of mainstream media in 2004 after starring in the infamous romantic drama, The Notebook. In 2006, he starred in Half Nelson and was nominated for an Academy Award for his performance. In the following year, Gosling was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.


2010-2012

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Gosling took a three year absence from film, only to return to Hollywood to star in five movies between 2010 and 2011. He co-starred with Michelle Williams in Blue Valentine, which grossed $12 million worldwide. You know, just chump change.

In 2011, Gosling expanded his horizons to more high-profile roles. He took on his first comedic role in Crazy, Stupid, Love, for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe. He later starred in the thriller, Drive, and the political drama, The Ides Of March.


2013-2015

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While Gosling has acted in some bum roles as of late, it does not dampen our love for the man in the slightest.

In 2013, Gosling starred in Gangster Squad, The Place Beyond The Pines and in Only God Forgives.

He tried his hand at directing with his film, Lost River in 2014. In 2015, he played a bond salesman in the financial drama, The Big Short. This year, audiences saw Gosling star in The Nice Guys.

We will now have to wait for his performances in the musical comedy, La La Land as well as in the sequel to Blade Runner, which is set to be released in summer 2016.


2016-2017

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After La La Land’s release, Gosling received the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy. The movie grossed over $140 million in the US and Canada. It received a high approval rating and was the sixth-highest scoring film released in 2016, according to Metacritic.

For 2017, he stars in the movie Song to Song, which release on March 17, 2017 in the United States. His other movie, Blade Runner 2049, was pushed to October 6, 2017.


2018

Ryan Gosling will be playing the character of Neil Armstrong in his next movie “First Man: A Life of Neil A. Armstrong”.

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