Keanu Reeves

Keanu Reeves is no stranger working in the film industry in Hollywood.


Reeves has an extensive resume spanning forty years including The Lake House, Constantine, My Own Private Idaho, and The Devil's Advocate. He's a committed, glorified actor loved by many. In honor of his 56th birthday today, lets take a look back at his most rememberable roles through-out the years.

John Wick

This film is one of his best performances in the last decade and kicks some serious butt! Reeves stars as John Wick, an ex-hitman seeking revenge against the gangsters who killed his dog and took everything from him. The first film went on to receive critical acclaim and grossed $86 million at the box office. The film went generated two more films while the fourth is set to be released May 27, 2022 and the fifth will be shot back-to-back with the fourth installment.

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