Keanu Reeves Reveals the Secret About Changing His Name to Chuck Spadina

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Amazing actor!

It’s hard to believe, but Keanu Reeves turned 53, and this year the first part of the cult trilogy Matrix celebrates its eighteenth birthday. Keanu Reeves is very different from many Hollywood actors, and his modest lifestyle and uneasy fate generate a huge number of rumors. But one thing is certain: he is a wonderful actor and an extraordinary personality. Keanu Reeves — one of the most controversial actors of modern Hollywood.

Undoubtedly, he remembered the viewers of the trilogy Matrix, the mystical thriller The Devil’s Advocate, the Johnnie Mnemonics, the Catastrophe Speed, the impressive Constantine the Lord of Darkness and even the animated film Confusion.

However, Keanu is not just a talented actor, but also an amazingly sensitive, vulnerable, caring person. Keanu Reeves may be one of the most famous movie stars in the business, but it turns out the fans almost knew his completely different name. During Friday’s performance at The Tonight Show, actor John Wick showed that his agents asked him to change his name pretty much to second place in Hollywood.

“I’m 20 years old and I’m going to my first car, And I’m going to Hollywood. “Reeves told the owner Jimmy Fallon. “And I get there, and my manager, my agents say …” It’s great to see you, but we want to change your name. “They did it the first day I got there.” However, his team made a mistake, giving him the opportunity to independently choose a new nickname. So he thought for a while and returned with … Chuck Spadin.

His agents were not too crazy in this respect, so he went back to the drawing board and came up with a name that, in his opinion, would be peculiar and memorable: Templeton Page Taylor. Perhaps he was on something with a three-volume title — Tommy Lee Jones and Neil Patrick Harris probably agreed, but we’re still happy that he’s stuck with Keanu Reeves.

Do not take offense at any Chuck Spadin, but we can not imagine that the actor of the Matrix would go by any other name! Fallon also showed Reeves some pictures from a fan website called Keanu Is Immortal, which finds paintings of Keanu Reeves doppelgängers from the last few centuries.

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