Keanu Charles Reeves is a Canadian actor, musician, film producer and director. Born in Beirut, Reeves grew up in Toronto, Ontario. He started acting in theatre productions, and in television films before making his mainstream film debut in Youngblood. Reeves gained recognition in his breakthrough role as Ted "Theodore" Logan in the science fiction comedy Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure. This was followed by a supporting role in Ron Howard's comedy Parenthood, 1991's Point Break, sequel Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey, and the independent drama My Own Private Idaho. For playing a street hustler in the last of these, Reeves was critically praised for his performance. He had a supporting role in Bram Stoker's Dracula, which was nominated for four Academy Awards. The action thriller Speed, in which Reeves was cast as a police officer, garnered critical and commercial success, and helped Reeves gain further recognition.
|Born:||Keanu Charles Reeves, September 2, 1964, Beirut, Lebanon|
|Partner(s):||Jennifer Syme (1998–2000) Alexandra Grant (2019—present)|
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About Keanu Reeves
Played Neo in the Matrix trilogy, a role for which he won a Blockbuster Entertainment Award for Favorite Actor in an Action Film. He starred in Constantine and was highly praised for his theatrical performance in Hamlet. His roles in The Day The Earth Stood Still, John Wick and 47 Ronin gained him additional fame.
Excelling in hockey, he originally intended on becoming an Olympic hockey player for Canada. A serious injury ended this dream.
Early in his career, he appeared in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure.
He was in the 2003 comedy film Something's Gotta Give with Jack Nicholson.
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