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Daughter of British actress Jane Birkin and French singer Serge Gainsbourg, Charlotte was born in London in 1971 and raised in Paris. She made her musical debut with her father with the duet 'Lemon Incest' at the age of twelve. She is also a César and Cannes Film Festival award-winning acress, considered to be controversial Danish director Lars von Trier's muse after appearing in 'Antichrist' (2009), 'Melancholia' (2012) and 'Nymphomaniac Vol. I. & Vol. II.' (2014).
Exuding cool in the style of Hollywood icon Steve McQueen, Ryan Gosling is an actor-turned-star with an enviable filmography. Originally a child presenter on the Disney channel, then one of the cast of 'Goosebumps' (1996), Gosling's breakthrough as a serious actor came with his startling performance as a Neo-Nazi skinhead with a secret past in the powerful 'The Believer' (2001). He showed he could be a romantic lead in 'The Notebook' (2006) and gave a stunning – and Oscar-nominated – performance as a crack-addicted teacher in 'Half-Nelson' (2006). 'Fracture', 'Lars and the Real Girl' (both 2007) extended his range, while 'Blue Valentine' (2010) made him an indie star. Then came 'Drive' (2011). Oozing just the right amount of cool and looking like the man men wanted to be and women wanted to be with, it propelled him into the A-list. 'Crazy, Stupid, Love' (2011) wasn’t crazy, was stupid, but people loved it. He stole all the best scenes in the political thriller 'The Ides of March' (2011), particularly the flirtation bar scene with Evan Rachel Wood. Neither 'The Place Beyond the Pines' (2012) nor 'Only God Forgives' (2013) were as successful as his previous collaborations with their directors ('Drive' & 'Blue Valentine'), but his presence was magnetic – by now he had fully embraced the McQueen-like persona of saying much with very little dialogue. He was clearly having fun making both 'The Big Short' (2015) and 'The Nice Guys' (2016), and 'La La Land' (2016) is likely to be his biggest hit to date.