Who is Esmeralda Amada Gosling?

American celebrity child Esmeralda Amada Gosling was born on 12 September 2014, in Santa Monica, California USA, making Virgo her zodiac sign. She’s only known for being a daughter of famous Canadian actor Ryan Thomas Gosling and popular American actress, model and fashion designer Eva de la Caridad Mendez, perhaps known better as Eva Mendes.

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Life and family

Esmeralda is being raised in Santa Monica alongside her younger sister Amada Lee Gosling, born on 29 April 2016, by their parents; even though Ryan and Eva are both popular actors, they always find space to spend time with their daughters, who can be seen featured in many of their Instagram pictures and videos.

Before he began dating Eva in September 2011, Ryan was in a relationship with popular American actress Sandra Bullock in 2002 and 2003, and then with Canadian actress Rachel Anne McAdams from 2005 through 2007; Ryan and Rachel starred alongside in the critically acclaimed 2004 romantic movie “The Notebook”, based on the eponymous novel by Nicholas Sparks. Prior to meeting Ryan, from 2002 through 2010, Eva was in a relationship with moviemaker George Augusto.

Ryan and Eva haven’t married.

Esmeralda’s currently attending a local elementary school in Santa Monica, and there are rumors circulating the internet claiming that she’s already become interested in acting, and has appeared in a number of school plays, but this hasn’t been confirmed.

Appearance and parents’ net worth

Esmeralda’s age is eight. She has brown hair and eyes, is 4ft 3ins (1.3m) tall and weighs around 58lbs (25kgs).

Her father Ryan’s net worth’s been estimated at over $70 million as of June 2023, and her mother Eva’s at more than $20 million.

Who is her mother Eva Mendes?

Eva de la Caridad Mendez was born in Miami, Florida USA on 5 March 1974, making Pisces her zodiac sign. She has 42 acting credits and is perhaps still known best for playing one of the lead characters Sara in the 2005 romantic comedy movie “Hitch”, which also starred Will Smith and Kevin James, and was directed by Andy Tennant. It follows a man who helps other men woo the women whom they are in love with, and the movie won four of its 28 award nominations.

Eva was raised in Miami by her Cuban parents Juan Carlos Mendez and Eva Perez Suarez; her parents divorced before she turned five, and she, her older sister Janet and their mother then moved to Los Angeles, California. Eva’s mother worked at Mann’s Chinese Theatre prior to finding a job at an aerospace company, and her father was the owner of a meat distribution business; she has a half-brother Carlos Alberto ‘Carlo’ Mendez from her father’s second marriage.

Eva studied at Hoover High School, and upon matriculating in 1992 enrolled at California State University, Northridge from which she eventually dropped out wanting to pursue acting.

The years 1996 and ‘97 saw her appear in music videos “Pet Shop Boys: Se a vida é (That’s the Way Life Is)” and “Aerosmith: Hole in My Soul”, respectively, and Eva made her debut TV series appearance in 1998, playing Donna in the episode “Exodus” of the romantic drama “ER”. She gained recognition in the same year, by portraying Bridesmaid in the popular romantic musical comedy “A Night at the Roxbury”, which starred Chris Kattan and Will Ferrell, and was directed by John Fortenberry; it follows two dim-witted brothers whose dream is to own a dance club.

Eva appeared in several popular movies in the first half of the 2000s, including the 2001 action crime thriller “Exit Wounds”, the 2003 action crime thriller “2 Fast 2 Furious” and the comedy “Stuck on You” the same year. The year 2009 saw her portray the lead character Frankie Donnenfield in the critically acclaimed crime drama “Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans”, which also starred Nicolas Cage and Russell M. Haeuser, and was directed by Werner Herzog. It follows detective Terence McDonagh as he’s investigating the murder of five Senegalese immigrants in New Orleans’ the movie won three of its 16 award nominations.

Eva decided to take a long break from acting after she gave birth to Esmeralda, and her three most recent roles have been in the 2013 comedy movie “Clear History”, the 2014 fantasy mystery film “Lost River” and the 2021 episode “Born Yesterday” of the animated family series “Bluey” (voice role).

Eva’s a pescetarian, meaning that she doesn’t eat meat, with the exception of seafood. She practices Transcendental Meditation on a daily basis.

Who is Esmeralda’s father Ryan Gosling?

Ryan Thomas Gosling was born in London, Ontario, Canada on 12 November 1980, making Scorpio his zodiac sign. He has 49 acting credits and is perhaps still known best for starring as Dean in the 2010 romantic movie “Blue Valentine”, which also starred Michelle Williams and John Doman, and was written and directed by Derek Cianfrance. It follows the lives of a husband and wife, and the movie won nine of its 65 award nominations, including a 2011 Oscar nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role (Michelle Williams).

Ryan was raised by his mother Donna who was a secretary, and father Thomas Ray Gosling who worked for a paper mill as a traveling salesman; they often moved because of Thomas’ job, and after he and Donna divorced in 1994, Ryan and his older sister Mandi lived with their mother. He studied at Gladstone Public School, and during his time there fell in love with acting; Ryan’s revealed that it was the 1945 action movie “Dick Tracy” that inspired him to become an actor. He was 14 when he made his debut TV series appearance, playing Jamie Leary in the 1995 episode “The Tale of Station 109.1” of the fantasy horror “Are You Afraid of the Dark?”, and he gained recognition when cast to star as Hercules in all 50 episodes of the action adventure fantasy series “Young Hercules”, which also starred Dean O’Gorman and was created by Andrew Dettmann. The series follows the adventures of young Hercules, aired in 1998 and ’99, and was nominated for three awards.

Ryan dropped out of Lester B. Pearson High School in 1998, wanting to pursue acting.

The year 2000 saw him play Alan Bosley in the critically acclaimed biographical sports movie “Remember the Titans”, which starred Denzel Washington and Will Paton, and was directed by Boaz Yakin. It follows the life of an African-American high school football coach, and the movie won eight of its 25 award nominations. Some of Ryan’s following notable performances in movies were in the 2002 crime mystery thriller “Murder by Numbers”, the 2004 romantic drama “The Notebook” and the 2010 crime mystery “All Good Things”.

The year 2016 saw him star alongside Russell Crowe in the action crime comedy movie “The Nice Guys”, which won nine of its 43 award nominations, and he also starred alongside Emma Stone in the musical comedy movie “La La Land”, which won 240 of its 535 award nominations, including six Oscar wins, some of which for Best Achievement in Directing, Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role (Emma Stone) and Best Achievement in Cinematography.

Ryan’s three most recent film roles have been in the 2017 action mystery “Blade Runner 2049”, the 2018 biographical historical drama “First Man”, and the 2022 action thriller “The Gray Man”; he’s currently shooting for five upcoming movies, which include “Wolfman”, “Untitled Margot Robbie Ocean’s Eleven Film” and “Project Hail Mary”.

Ryan’s won 35 of his 194 award nominations, including two Oscar nominations for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in 2007 and 2017, for “Half Nelson” and “La La Land”, respectively.

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