Keanu Charles Reeves conceived September 2, 1964 is a Canadian entertainer. Brought into the world in Beirut and brought up in Toronto, Reeves started acting in theater creations and in TV films prior to making his component film debut in Youngblood (1986). He had his advanced job in the sci-fi satire Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1989), and he repeated his part in its spin-offs. He acquired acclaim for playing a hawker in the free show My Own Private Idaho (1991), and set up a good foundation for himself as an activity legend with driving jobs in Point Break (1991) and Speed (1994).
Following a few film industry disappointments, Reeves’ exhibition in the thriller The Devil’s Advocate (1997) was generally welcomed. More noteworthy fame came for playing Neo in the sci-fi series The Matrix, starting in 1999. He played John Constantine in Constantine (2005) and featured in the heartfelt show The Lake House (2006), the sci-fi thrill ride The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008), and the wrongdoing spine chiller Street Kings (2008). Following quite a long while of inadequately explored and low earning films, Reeves got back in the saddle by playing the nominal professional killer in the John Wick film series, starting in 2014.
As well as acting, Reeves has coordinated the film Man of Tai Chi (2013). He has played bass for the band Dogstar and sought after different undertakings like composition and charity.