Ryan Gosling was established as The Best Actor in A Drama at the 2005 Teen Choice Awards for his role in "The Notebook." The flick garnered eight awards, including Best Date Movie and Best Drama.
The awards show, which was hosted by Rob Schneider and Hilary Duff at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City on Sunday, also granted Rachel McAdams, Gosling's opposite in the winning film, an award for The Best Actress in A Drama. Both of them received another three awards for Best Chemistry, Best Liplock and Best Love Scene.
Meanwhile, Ashton Kutcher obtained three awards which means that he has collected 11 Teen Choice Awards so far.