Dana, issued a statement thanking "the millions of fans around the world who have supported and loved her husband over the years."



  Birthdate:                  September 25, 1952

  DIED                 OCTOBER 10TH 2004 

Birthplace:                New York, NY
Occupations:            Actor, Director, Writer
Claim to Fame:         Played the Man of Steel in Superman (1978)

  Wife:                           Dana , actress, singer; born 1960; married 1992; Died of lung cancer 2006

Father:                       Franklin Reeve, professor.
Mother:                      Barbara Johnson, journalist.
Brother:                     Benjamin Reeve, lawyer; born 1953
Half-brother:            Jeff Johnson
Half-brother:            Kevin Johnson
Son:                            Matthew Reeve, born 1979.
Daughter:                  Alexandra Reeve, born 1983.
Son:                            Will Reeve, born 1992; mother, Dana Morosini

1978:                          BAFTA Award: Most Promising Newcomer, Superman: The Movie
1988:                         Special OBIE Award: Courageous work on behalf of Chilean artists
1999:                         Grammy: Spoken Word Album, Still Me
1999:                         Screen Actors Guild Award: Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries,
Rear Window

        Cornell University; B.A.
                                    The Julliard School; Drama; studied under John Houseman
                                    Apprenticed at Williamstown Theatre Festival




Actor, director and activist are just some of the words used to describe Christopher Reeve. From his first appearance at the Williamstown Theatre Festival at the age of 15, Reeve established a reputation as one of the country’s leading actors. However, since his injury in an equestrian Competition in May l995, Reeve has put a human face on spinal cord injury.


Chris has become a powerful spokesperson for people with disabilities and for the benefits of medical research. His sharp intelligence, wit and curiosity have enabled him to become an advocate for all who are affected by diseases of the brain and central nervous system.


After graduating from Cornell University, Reeve followed his dreams of acting, studying at Julliard under the legendary John Houseman. He debuted on Broadway with Katharine Hepburn in A Matter or Gravity. Chris has distinguished himself in a variety of stage, screen and television roles, a passion that continues today. Film credits include: "Superman" in 1978 and its subsequent sequels, Deathtrap, Somewhere in Time, The Bostonians, Street Smart, Speechless, Village of the Damned, Above Suspicion, and the Oscar-nominated, The Remains of the Day. Stage credits include: The Marriage of Figaro, Fifth of July, My Life, Summer and Smoke, Love Letters and The Aspern Papers.


Chris made his directorial debut with "In the Gloaming" in April 1997. The film was met with rave reviews, was nominated for II Emmys and won six Cable Ace Awards, including Best Dramatic Special. Reeves autobiography, Still Me, was published by Random House in April 1998 and spent 11 weeks on the New York Times Bestseller List. His recording of Still Me earned Chris a Grammy for Best Spoken Word in February 1999. In his first major role since becoming paralysed, Chris starred in an updated version of the classic Alfred Hitchcock thriller "Rear Window," for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award and won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries. He also served as Executive Producer of the film.  













1998  Rear Window
1997   In the Gloaming
1996  A Step Toward Tomorrow
1995   Black Fox
1995   Village of the Damned
1995   Above Suspicion
1995   Black Fox: The Price of Peace
1995   Black Fox: Good Men and Bad
1994   Blood Horse
1994  Good Men and Bad
1994   Speechless
1993  Mortal Sins
1993   The Sea Wolf
1993   Morning Glory
1993   The Remains of the Day
1992  Noises Of
1992   Death Dreams
1991   Bump in the Night
1990   The Rose and The Jackal
1988   Switching Channels
1988   The Great Escape II: The Untold Story
1987  Street Smart
1987   Superman IV: The Quest for Peace
1985  Anna Karenina
1985   The Aviator
1984  The Bostonians
1983   Faerie Tale Theatre - Sleeping Beauty
1983   Superman III
1982   Deathtrap
1982   Monsignor
1982   Faerie Tale Theatre-Set
1980   Somewhere in Time
1980   Superman 11
1978   Superman 1

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