Christopher Reeve was born September 25, 1952 in nyc. He’d various period and television characters before becoming the star of Superman and its own sequels. In 1995 he became paralyzed from the neck down following a horse riding injury. Christopher founded the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation in 1998 to encourage research on spinal cord injuries. Christopher died of cardiac arrest in 2004.
Movie and stage performer, director, produced on September 25, 1952 in nyc, USA. Stage actor studied at Cornell University as well as the Juilliard School in nyc, and had various period and television characters before becoming universally called the star of Superman and its own sequels (1978, 1980, 1983, 1987). Later movies include Noises Off (1992) and Morning Glory (1994).
In May 1995 Reeve became paralysed from the neck downwards and wheelchair bound following a horse riding injury. Reeve additionally required a respirator to aid his breathing for the remainder of his life.
Reeve continued to work after on-going rehabilitation.
Reeve was survived by his own wife Dana and son William, along with his two kids, Matthew and Alexandra from his previous relationship. Unfortunately, his wife Dana was identified as having cancer in 2005 and expired in March 2006 in age 44.