If you're a child of the 90s who, like myself, grew up watching Breaker High and Young Hercules on Friday nights, actor Ryan Gosling has probably been on your radar for a while, and as these fetching Ryan Gosling finds show, the once-teen heartthrob has grown into quite the dashing leading man.
In the last two years, Canadian actor Gosling has skyrocketed to Hollywood fame, appearing in five major pictures and subsequently capturing the hearts of viewers worldwide. Whether he's appearing in a 'Funny or Die' comedy short or a sleek GQ editorial, Gosling always seems to be looking his best.
With at least three films lined up for 2012, the 'Drive' star doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon, which, as a proud Canadian fan, I am perfectly okay with. If, however, you can't wait for the next film release to get your daily dose of dreamboat, check out these fetching Ryan Gosling finds.
From Heartthrob Pancake Portraits to Creepy Celeb Captures
Sloppy Celeb Santa Stories
'Drunk History Christmas' Stars Ryan Gosling and Jim Carrey
Silent Hunky Actor Spoofs
Funny or Die's 'Quiet Ryan' Parodies Film Star Ryan Gosling
Heartthrob Pancake Portraits
Katherine Kalnes Creates Funny and Accurate Celeb Flapjacks
Villainous Celeb Videos
The New York Times Magazine's Touch of Evil Sends Shivers Down Spines
Slick Shadow Spreads (UPDATE)
Ryan Gosling GQ Russia Cover Features a Smoldering Gaze
'Twilight' Gets Compared to 'The Notebook' at the MTV Movie Awards
Davi Russo Embraces the Unusual Side of Life Within His Photography
Soaking Celebrity Shoots
The Ryan Gosling Interview Editorial Features a Q&A with Steve Carrel
Creepy Celebrity Captures
Ryan Gosling Exposes an Eerie Angle in This Esquire Skeleton Spread
Celeb Shadow Companions
The Ryan Gosling GQ Editorial is Playfully Dapper
Leading Man Faceoff Blogs
The Gosling vs Franco Tumblr Pits Hollywood's Best Against One Another
Frost Queen Covers
The Michelle Williams Interview Magazine is Simply Ethereal
Romantic Celeb Duos
The Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams W Magazine October 2010 Spread
Famous Hollywood Actors Crying
Sam Taylor-Wood's 'Crying Men'