He is all that.
Hope he makes Time Magazine Person of the year...
Wonderful actor and has contributed so much.
He starred in the movie "Little Buddha"--as Buddha
of course--just a classic for introduction to the
Philosophy of Buddhism.
Just found the bio and the link if you want to check
it out. (It's one of my favorite all-time movies and
Reeves does a spectacular job in the role, as do Fonda
Issak and the Buddhist Lhama. Keanu Reeves, Bridget Fonda and recording artist Chris Isaak
star in this motion picture spectacular from Academy Award-
winning director Bernardo Bertolucci (The Last Emperor, 1987).
In Seattle, Jesse Conrad and his parents (Fonda and Isaak)
encounter Tibetan Monks, with one of the higher-ups Lahmas
investigating whether or not Fonda's 10 year old son may
be the reincarnation of a his teacher, a great Buddha-Soul.
I heard the movie is based on an actual true story, but
not sure if it happened in Seattle. They do have a Dharma
[link to youtu.be (secure)
I always wondered watching him really "pour himself"
into that amazing role (as he did in "The Matrix")
if he didn't experience some kind of epiphany about
reality and the world. He just seems so much more "real"
than the average tinsel-town genre.
Would be interesting to learn where he sources that
wonderful balance. He's one of the good guys.
Great thread topic, OP!