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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Tyler Labine

Tyler Labine is a Canadian actor and comedian. He was born in Brampton, Ontario, on April 29, 1978. His first acting job was in an episode of ‘Street Legal’ in 1991. His film debut came much later when he landed the role of Grower Brian in the 1999 movie ‘Tall Lights Fade’. Since then, he has acted in many movies and television series. He is most famous for his role in the movie ‘Tucker & Dale vs. Evil’ and for playing characters in television series that include ‘Breaker High’, ‘Dead Beat’, ‘Invasion’, ‘Dead Last’, and ‘Reaper’. His most recent role

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Tyler Labine
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Happy Canada Day 150! See the Hottest Canadian Celebs

Happy Canada Day 150! See the Hottest Canadian Celebs
Happy Canada Day! Saturday marks a special one; Canada celebrates its 150th birthday! And the last few decades has produced some seriously hot Canadian celebs, such as Ryan GoslingRyan Reynolds...the list goes on. Gosling's big break in the United States came in the '90s, when he starred in starred in The All New Mickey Mouse Club. He later went on to appear on the Canadian teen series Breaker High and played the title character in Young Hercules before moving onto big films like Remember the Titans and his breakout projects, The Notebook and Half Nelson, the latter of which earned him his first Oscar nomination. Last year, he was nominated for his...
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Watch a Young Ryan Gosling Advertise ‘Souper Surprise’

Oscar nominee Ryan Gosling’s career trajectory doesn’t resemble that of other actors—unless you count his “Mickey Mouse Club” co-stars Keri Russell, Justin Timberlake, and Britney Spears, of course. Cast as a teenager on the Disney Channel’s hit variety show in 1993, the actor got to brush up on his acting, singing, and dancing skills in front of a national audience week in and week out. From there it was a natural jump to starring roles in TV series “Breaker High” and “Young Hercules” before making the leap to indie films and superstardom with “The Notebook” and “Lars and the Real Girl.” Gosling gets to show off his triple-threat status again in Lionsgate’s “La La Land,” Damien Chazelle’s spectacular original movie musical opening in theaters Dec. 9. For a glimpse of the kind of material that helped Gosling prepare for his acting career, look no further than
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Happy Birthday Ryan Gosling: Celebrate 33 years of hotness with TV clips

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Ryan Gosling celebrates his 33rd birthday on November 12. But the hot, heroic and famous movie star wasn't always the hunky piece of virile manhood that we know and lust after today. No, once upon a time, Ryan Gosling was nothing more than a teen actor, hoping to make it big in the tough world of television.

From "The Mickey Mouse Club" to "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" to "Breaker High" to "Avonlea," let's honor Ryan Gosling's birthday with clips from his early and cute years.

To begin, we turn to "The Mickey Mouse Club." In what might be the best video ever, a young Ryan Gosling and a young Justin Timberlake chat with a girl group called Xscape.

Do you think millions of girls watched this and had premonitions of future hotness?

In another example of eventual hotness on "The Mickey Mouse Club," Gosling teams with Christina Aguilera,
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How I Met Your Mother Boss and Cobie Smulders Preview the 'Craziest Robin Sparkles Yet'

How I Met Your Mother Boss and Cobie Smulders Preview the 'Craziest Robin Sparkles Yet'
How I Met Your Mother fans, are you ready to glimpse a dark new side of Robin Sparkles?

The pop star returns in Monday’s episode (CBS, 8/7c), but this time around, she’s not in such a great place.

“We see this huge controversial moment in her career that’s akin to the Milli Vanilli-skipping-cd record moment,” previews executive producer Craig Thomas, who recently joined star Cobie Smulders on a conference call to talk all things Robin Sparkles and Canada.

Read on for scoop on the “fantastic and bizarre” fourth installment from the “Let’s Go to the Mall” crooner,
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Happy Birthday, Ryan Gosling

Happy Birthday, Ryan Gosling
Hey girls, it's a very special day.

That's right ladies, today, Nov. 12, is Ryan Gosling's 32 birthday and we're celebrating by taking a look back at some of his hottest red carpet moments.

The hunky star got his big break in the 1990s, when he landed a starring role on "The Mickey Mouse Club." After a few cameos in shows and movies like "Goosebumps," "Breaker High," "Young Hercules" and "Remeber The Titans," Gosling took Hollywood by storm -- and got all of us swooning -- when he played Noah opposite Rachel McAdams in "The Notebook."

"Look, this is crazy. I don't understand how I'm here, living this life, wearing this suit. I assume I'm going to pay for it someday ... And that's Ok," Gosling told GQ of his success last year, adding, "It seems fair to me. I just want to be ready for it. I want to meet it like a gentleman.
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Guess Who? 15 Teen Shows From The 90's Starring Today's Celebs

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Guess Who? 15 Teen Shows From The 90's Starring Today's Celebs
Hey, girl!

Just kidding. With all the Ryan Gosling memes around the internet these days, we decided it was time to revisit two of our all-time favorite long-departed TV shows, Breaker High and Young Hercules. Never heard of them? That could be because they were teen shows in the 90's starring a super young Gosling. Check out clips below -- we promise you will not be disappointed.

While we were at it, we rounded up a few other 90's TV gems starring some of our favorite celebrities today. Highlights include Big Wolf On Campus starring Twilight's Rachelle Lefevre, Flash Forward starring Ben Foster, Blossom starring Mayim Bialik (otherwise known as Amy Farrah Fowler from Big Bang Theory), and Sister Sister starring The Game's Tia Mowry. Then there are the timeless classics Fresh Prince of Bel Air and Doogie Howser with mega-stars Will Smith and Neil Patrick Harris.

Who's changed
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Ryan Gosling Photos: 2011 Hollywood Hot Male Movie Star of the Year

HollywoodNews.com: Our selected movie star to be our “2011 Hollywood Hot Male Movie Star of the Year” is Ryan Gosling.

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Ryan Gosling and George Clooney - "The Ides of March" Los Angeles Premiere

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Ryan Thomas Gosling (born November 12, 1980) is a Canadian actor and musician. He first came to public attention as a child star on the Disney Channel’s Mickey Mouse Club (1993–95) and went on to appear in other family entertainment programs including Are You Afraid of the Dark? (1995), Goosebumps (1996), Breaker High (1997–98) and Young Hercules (1998–99). His first serious role was as a Jewish neo-Nazi in The Believer (2001), and he then built a reputation for playing misfits in independent films such as Murder by Numbers (2002), The Slaughter Rule (2002), The United States of Leland (2003) and Stay (2005).

Gosling came to the attention of a wider audience in 2004 with a leading role
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How Does Ryan Gosling’s Teen Sitcom Compare To Other Embarrassing Celeb Roles?

There’s a lot of potentially humiliating stuff going on in Ryan Gosling‘s Breaker High, the Canadian sitcom that helped launch the Drive actor’s career in 1997, back when he was just a hunky teen. Between Ryan’s faux-Brooklyn accent, the insanely flamboyant hockey coach, and the fact that the show revolved around a high school located on a cruise ship, it’d be understandable if Ryan wanted to toss all copies of this show into the Atlantic and never look back. But really, is it any worse than any other early embarrassing celeb role? From Jack Black to Jennifer Aniston to Renee Zellweger, plenty of A-listers have had to take some Z-list roles when they were starting out. If you had to chose one from our humiliating list (and you do!), which cringe-worthy part do you think is the most regrettable?

1. Jennifer Aniston, Leprechaun (1993)

A 24-year-old Jen reportedly
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'The Vampire Diaries' casts Persia White as Bonnie's mom

Despite having met most of the parents of Mystic Falls' main players on "The Vampire Diaries" -- including Mama Donovan, Mama (and the late Papa) Lockwood, Mama and Papa Forbes and even Elena's birth parents -- the only non-ancient Bennett family member we've met so far (besides Bonnie, of course), is Grams (may she Rip).

That'll change in the second half of Season 3, when we finally meet Bonnie's mother. According to Entertainment Weekly, the pivotal role of Abby Bennett will be played by former "Girlfriends" star Persia White

Starting in episode 312, we'll see the "beautiful but troubled woman who is burdened by the secrets of her past that led her to leave Bonnie." She's "as determined and fiery as any Bennett woman." EW speculates (quite interestingly) that she might have something to do with the revelation that you can either be a witch or a vampire, but not both.

White,
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Welcome to Cottage Country, starring Malin Akerman and Tyler Labine

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Former "Breaker High" star Tyler Labine does his best Ryan Gosling (circa The Notebook) and shows off his wood-chopping skills in this first photo from upcoming dark comedy Cottage Country.

The two, of course, played best buds in the late-'90s TV series about kids who went to school on a cruise ship - is that what it was really about? - and while nothing much became of this Gosling character (As If) Labine has scored spots in shows like "Reaper," "Mad Love," "Boston Legal" and recently took top billing in horror-comedy Tucker & Dale vs Evil.

Now he takes the lead in Peter Wellington's ("Slings & Arrows") pitch-black family comedy that finds him accidentally offing his slacker brother Salinger with, you guessed it, an axe.

Oops.

Check out the full photo after the jump.
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Ryan Gosling: George Clooney Is Like Michael Jackson

Ryan Gosling: George Clooney Is Like Michael Jackson
He may have started his career working the teen scene on "The Micky Mouse Club" and "Breaker High," but the notoriously picky actor has made a name for himself as an adult by largely choosing interesting, quirky roles that showcase his natural talent.

But Gosling's star is on the rise and as New York magazine notes with this summer's "Crazy, Stupid, Love" it's just the start of his return to more mainstream roles.

The actor who has currently sporting bleach blond hair while filming "The Place Beyond The Pines," next stars alongside Carey Mulligan in "Drive" as a Hollywood stuntman who moonlights as a getaway driver, and in the political thriller "The Ides of March" directed by and co-staring George Clooney.

New York magazine caught up with Gosling to find out what it was like to work with Clooney as a director and not surprisingly, Gosling had only kind, although somewhat strange words for him.
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Ryan Gosling Photos: Hollywood Movie Photo Gallery of the Day

HollywoodNews.com: Our selected celebrity to be included in our “Hollywood Movie Photo Gallery of the Day” is Ryan Gosling.

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Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone in “Crazy, Stupid, Love.”

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Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone in “Crazy, Stupid, Love.”

Ryan Gosling costars as the young and sexy Jacob Palmer in “Crazy, Stupid, Love”, which hits theaters Friday, July 29. Enjoy his gallery!

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
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Q & A: Brendan Fehr (Roswell, Bones)

Brendan Fehr was an actor for all of one year when he got the part of Michael on Roswell.

But sometimes luck doesn’t bring perspective. He say’s that he “didn’t realize how hard [acting] was because it came so quick and when it comes quick it seems relatively easy.”

After Roswell ended, he admittedly didn’t go out on pilots for a long time and now he says that he’s “definitely been humbled.”

Since then though, he’s had some great recurring roles on Bones and CSI: Miami and this Saturday, you can watch him and Victor Garber in SyFy original movie, Ice Quake.

I talked to him in a Q & A where he talks about the new movie, how he got his roles on both Bones and Roswell, how he got started and more!

Ice Quake airs Saturday, December 11 at 9pm on SyFy.

So how did
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Greg’s 2010 Tiff Report: Day 5

I'm having trouble thinking of a good opening line. I suppose that'll do. I head towards downtown for another day of Tiff and I'm right behind a guy walking two terriers. I'm immediately reminded of the Kids in the Hall song: Terriers. "Terrier is my very favourite breed"...anybody? Bueller? . Inside the subway station, Pizza Pizza is selling slices for a dollar. This happens every year. I have to say that it's not fair to sell hot pizza for such a cheap price and being a fat guy with a healthy appetite makes it even less fair. Luckily, I had just flossed, brushed my teeth and used Total Care Listerine. I still had that minty breath and pizza would not be a good idea. My dentist told me to use that Total Care stuff. She's super cute, so I'd pretty much do whatever she said. On the way to the theatre,
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A love letter to Ryan Gosling (the hipster Ryan Reynolds?)

A love letter to Ryan Gosling (the hipster Ryan Reynolds?)
Thank goodness Ryan Gosling has a movie coming out, because if it weren’t for all the press he has to do for Blue Valentine (which co-stars Michelle Williams and looks incredible) we might’ve missed the chance to see just how much the actor — who’s relatively undetected by paparazzi in his off time — has evolved into such a stand-out stud.

I know most every girl on this planet fell in love with Gosling after The Notebook, but my Gosling-love goes back to the days of Upn and a little-watched show called Breaker High, in which Gosling played the goofy,
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Sit Down, Acting! Ryan Gosling Is Focusing On Music.

In another story of actors wanting to become musicians or musicians wanting to become actors, here comes the tale of Ryan Gosling and his band Dead Man's Bones.  According to Jam [1]!, my favourite cast member of Breaker High [2] has decided to take a few months off from acting and focus on music. I suppose he's earned the chance to do this.  With superb acting performances in The Believer and Half Nelson maybe he can translate that into music.  If you haven't heard much from his band check this [3] out.  Not much in the way of actual music videos from the band, but you can get a good idea of what they're about. I should point out that this isn't indicative of Canadian music, but I'll hand it to him and say that at the very least, it's different.  He and partner Zach Shield sing about zombies with broken hearts and other weird stuff.
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Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams Sign Up for a 'Blue Valentine'

News first broke about Blue Valentine back in 2007, with the quite unique and distinct plot of "a couple whose relationship is jeopardized when they find themselves in different places in their lives." We're getting only a wee bit more now, two years later, as the film jumped out of ThinkFilm and finally hits production, but at least it's matched with leads who will make it interesting.

Variety reports that Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams have signed on to star in the indie drama, which will follow a couple in a failing marriage. "As their relationship hits the rocks, they recall better days." Derek Cianfrance, who will direct, penned the script with Cami Delavigne and Joey Curtis, while Mike Vogel, John Doman, and Maryann Plunkett fill in the rest of the cast.

At this rate, Gosling will run through all of Hollywood's blondes in no time -- Rachel McAdams, Kirsten Dunst,
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