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CK, The Icon ©2011-2012 FrankGo Part two of Christopher Reeves trilogy Pencil (4H-8B), Mech.pencil 2B & color pencil (red) on Paper
El hijo de Christopher Reeve confiesa el infierno que vivió su padre
"Ésta es tu silla de ruedas, acostúmbrate a ella porque no volverás a caminar". De esta forma tan directa, fría y desalmada, le comunicaron a Christopher Reeve, en 1995, que se había quedado tetrapléjico. Uno de los actores más relevantes de Hollywood, había sufrido un aparatoso accidente hípico que le dejó postrado en la mencionada silla de ruedas. Tenía 42 años.
Glenn Close gets emotional at Christopher Reeve Foundation event
Glenn Close believes Christopher Reeve could have helped stop Robin Williams from committing suicide. The 70-year-old Damages actress got quite emotional at A Magical Evening, the
Christopher Reeve's look-alike son joins ESPN's SportsCenter
Will Reeve, the 22-year-old son of Christopher Reeve is one of three new on-air reporters joining ESPN's SportsCenter team as the show looks to increase its appeal with millennials.
New Again: Remembering Christopher Reeve - Interview Magazine
"The bigger the canvas, the better I do. I'm not so good at understated, kitchen-sink kinds of parts," Christopher Reeve told Interview in 1986. Born on September 25, 1952, Reeve was an American actor, film director, producer, screenwriter, author, pilot, and superhero. Here, we remember the great actor and activist, who died eight years ago today.
Superman-The Movie Gallery — Superman Confronts Lex Luthor
Superman: The Richard Donner Years Gallery — Behind-the-Scenes | CapedWonder Superman Imagery. Christopher Reeve Superman Photos, Images, Movies, Videos and More!
Christopher Reeve and Emma Thompson during Christopher Reeve File...
Christopher Reeve and Emma Thompson during Christopher Reeve File Photos in Los Angeles, California, United States. (Photo by S. Granitz/WireImage)
5 Things to Know About 'SportsCenter' Newbie Will Reeve, Son of 'Superman' Christopher Reeve
While getting your "SportsCenter" fix this weekend, you may notice a vaguely familiar face delivering news from the field. The ESPN show has added Will Reeve — son of Superman Christopher Reeve — as a special reporter.