If it weren’t already abundantly clear, Keanu Reeves is a pretty decent person.
It’s unlikely that you haven’t heard the stories and seen the footage, unless you’ve been hiding out.
You’ll see that Keanu Reeves is a down to earth person who has never put himself above kindness and compassion, despite his megastar position, money, and unfathomable fame.
Every few months, Reeves seems to do something new to remind us that he is the gold standard for A-list celebrities who put others before themselves and behave in a way that conveys their sincere concern for society.
Reeves, who is well known for his work on blockbuster movies, recently showed his aptitude as a writer of comic books. He and Matt Kindt jointly conceived and co-wrote BRZRKR, the most well-read single issue since Star Wars in 2015.
Keanu was recently contacted by a nine-year-old series fan who claimed that the Matrix star was his “favorite actor” during a book signing. How did Keanu respond? So it’s as healthful as you could expect…
When your celebrity shines as brightly as Keanu Reeves’ does, it’s reasonable to assume that there are very few days when you don’t run across someone who wants you to take their picture or autograph.
Although one would never know it from watching Keanu interact with his fans, the rigmarole must periodically become old. After all, it stands to reason that being continually coveted by others would exhaust you.
The 58-year-old has repeatedly shown throughout the years his great heart and compassion. Consider the time he carefully answered a boy’s series of inquiries following a lengthy journey. How about the time Sandra Bullock revealed that he had given her champagne and truffles as a surprise after she told him she had never experienced them?
We could go on indefinitely. The point is that Keanu Reeves is a very nice person, so his return to social media following a conversation with a nine-year-old fan shouldn’t be surprising.
Rumor has it that the small child yelled “I’m such a big fan!” upon approaching Reeves at a book signing.
The boy’s name is asked by Reeves in the footage that IGN has made available. When the nine-year-old says “Noah” (as if there were any need), Keanu identifies himself.