There was once a baby boy born on September 2, 1964 born in Beirut, Lebanon. His life was challenging growing up. He saw his dad walk out of his life when he was only 3 years old. That ruined his childhood. His mother would marry many different men and would move the family around a lot. The baby boy attended four high schools in only five years. His dyslexia didn’t make his academic skills any better either. His good friend also died of a drug overdose on October 31, 1993.
What made his friend’s death worse is that he died outside the West Hollywood nightclub, The Viner Room. The baby boy quotes that his friend was a remarkable human person and actor. We got along very well, and I miss him I think of him often. After that the baby boy met a young women in 1998 a year later she got pregnant with a babygirl. When the baby girl was born she was a stillborn baby.
The heartbreak of losing her eventually drove them both apart from each other. After that his ex wife started working as a record executive and an assistant for Marilyn Manson. Eighteen months later she died on April 2, 2001, when she rammed into parked cars, got ejected from the vehicle and died instantly. In 2006 the baby boy told a magazine damn it! It’s not fair! It’s absurd. Grief changes shape, but never ends. People have a misconception that you can deal with it and say it’s gone and I’m better.
They’re wrong when the people you love are gone you’re alone. I miss being a part of their lives and them being a part of mine. I wonder what the present would have been like if they were here what we might have done together. I miss all the great things that we will never be.
The baby boy also had a baby sister. She struggled with leukemia and she eventually fought it though. Ever since his little sister beat the cancer the baby boy has donated a fraction of his salary to leukemia research hospitals. He has supported Peta, The Sick Kids Foundation, Stand Up To Cancer, and a lot more. He also set up a private cancer foundation in order to help children’s hospitals and cancer research. His opinion about money has changed he told a magazine – money is the last thing I think about. I could live on what I have already made for the next few centuries. He gave 80 million dollars of his 114 million earnings to the special effects and makeup staff of Matrix Trilogy. He also bought one of the special effects girls a bike.
In 1997 he was spotted hanging out with a homeless man he than shared some snacks and drinks with the man and listened to the man’s story got comfortable with him and layed down. Even though he’s a millionaire he still rides the subway and is so humble he lets passengers that are standing up sit down and he stands the whole time. In the last few years the baby boy was accused of striking a paparazzi with his porsche causing him to fall injuring his left wrist.
In 2009 a woman said that the baby boy got her pregnant and he had to pay her 3 million dollars a month just for the kids but the child support was 150,000 dollars a month. But then a DNA report determined that the 4 kids weren’t his. Being a famous person you have to learn to be kind, have integrity, and professionalism and no one else has had this more than Keanu Reeves. Through everything he has been through he still is the most humble millionaire in the world. His life is very hard. He still has to deal with the grief of his lost ones and everything that he has been through has made him stronger and more understanding of life. His deceased ex wife was named Jennifer Symes. His friend that died was River Phoenix.