He was a successful ice hockey goalie at one of his high schools (De La Salle College "Oaklands"), and earned the nickname "The Wall".
After leaving De La Salle College, he attended Avondale Secondary Alternative School, which allowed him to obtain an education while working as an actor.
Later that night, she asks him to live with her throughout November on the promise that his life will change for the better. On the first day of November, after being fired and dumped on the very same day, Nelson decides to give it a try and then somehow, agrees to spend the whole month with Sara and finds himself in a desperate love affair that he will remember for ... Too many times people get wrapped up in stuff and glitz and all technology and everything else we have in this life that we forget that in the end... The comments that the acting was not the best is crap too...
Apparently, to prepare himself for the cross-dressing scene, Jason Isaacs wandered the drag clubs, picking up on behavior of people there. I wanted more information and came across this site. it is harder to play the rolls these two actors portrayed than to play a bus-drivin super cop.
One day, during a driving test, he meets Sara, a beautiful but seemingly eccentric woman.
But, she is falsely accused of cheating and ends up failing the test because of Nelson.
"I try to call my mom during the day and answer the row of emails that have come in," she added.
He has also appeared in dramatic films such as Dangerous Liaisons (1988), My Own Private Idaho (1991), and Little Buddha (1993), as well as the romantic horror Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992).
Since becoming active in the film industry, Reeves has earned critical acclaim.
He wrote the text for a picture book, Ode to Happiness, illustrated by Alexandra Grant.
He has also produced a documentary, Side by Side, and directed the martial arts film Man of Tai Chi.