Christopher Reeve-Superman Actor-Superman Actor

Christopher Reeve-Superman Actor

Christopher D'Olier Reeve (born 25 September 1952 - died October 10, 2004 at age 52 years) is an actor and director, film producer, screenwriter and United States nationals. After graduating from Juilliard acting school, he began his acting career with a stage actor. Is the peak of his career as Superman / Kal-El / Clark Kent in the Superman movie series 4 from 1978 to 1987.

Throughout the decade of the 1980s, Reeve also starred in several films, including Somewhere in Time (1980), Deathtrap (1982), The Bostonians (1984), and Street Smart (1987). In addition, she has appeared on the Broadway stage as in the Fifth of July (1980 - 1982) and Marriage Figaro (1985). In 1987, he began a campaign of Chilean rescue 77 people cast, director, and playwright who received the death sentence of dikatator Augusto Pinochet from the works contain criticism of the Pinochet regime. After receiving extensive coverage of the mass media, the death penalty was canceled by Pinochet, and Reeve received three national awards from Chile. In the 1990s, Reeve starred in such films as Noises Off (1992), The Remains of the Day (1993), and Village of the Damned (1995).

In May 1995, Christopher Reeve was paralyzed by injuries during the race following the cross-country equestrian sports. The remaining life was spent in a wheelchair, and was active as a spokesperson for people with spinal cord injuries and stem cell research. He founded the Christopher Reeve Foundation, and also as the founder of the Reeve-Irvine Research Center. Christopher Reeve, 52, passed away on October 10, 2004 from a heart attack caused widespread infection.
Christopher Reeve

Dana Morosini Reeve married in April 1992, and had a son named Will. Dana died of lung cancer in March 2006.  Reeve also had two children named Matthew and Alexandra from a previous relationship with Gae Exton.

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