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Тази любовна история е пропита с толкова трагизъм и физическа болка, че чак не е честно. Но тази любовна история е и толкова непоносимо романтична, че прилича на магическа измислица. | Spinal Cord | Google Doodle celebrates American actor, director, author, and humanitarian Christopher leading Superman feature films.
Christopher D’Olier Reeve was born on this day in 1952 in New York City.
He graduated from The Juilliard School and made his stage debut in the 1976 Broadway comedy “A Matter of Gravity.”
After only two years of acting in soap operas and plays, Reeve auditioned to play the Man of Steel himself in the 1978 “Superman” film, landing the role ahead of 200 other aspiring actors.
In 1995, Reeve was paralyzed from the neck down due to a riding accident; these injuries led him to become an outspoken champion for those with spinal cord injuries
Reeve used his platform to bring increased awareness to topics related to disabilities and dedicated his life to driving positive change for the community.
This included sponsoring bills to raise lifetime insurance “caps'' to better support people with disabilities and helping pass the 1999 Work Incentives Improvement Act, which secured ongoing insurance payments to people with disabilities even after they return to work.
Reeve also advocated for support and government funding of responsible stem cell research to further the knowledge and treatment of numerous health conditions, including spinal cord injuries.
in 1997 directorial debut “In the Gloaming,” a five-time Emmy nominated drama centered around a man diagnosed with H I V.
Today, his legacy is carried on by the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, which he founded in 1998.