Still Me

Still Me

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Baker & Taylor
The popular actor offers a moving and inspirational account of his life, from his early life and fledgling acting career, to his rise to stardom as Superman, to the devastating horseback-riding accident that left him paralyzed and his struggle to rebuild his life. 500,000 first printing.

Blackwell North Amer
The whole world held its breath when Christopher Reeve struggled for life on Memorial Day, 1995. On the third jump of a riding competition, Reeve was thrown headfirst from his horse in an accident that broke his neck and left him unable to move or breathe.
In the years since then, Reeve has not only survived, but has fought for himself, for his family, and for the hundreds of thousands of people with spinal cord injuries in the United States and around the world.
Chris describes his early success on Broadway opposite the legendary Katharine Hepburn, the adventure of filming Superman on the streets of New York, and how the movie made him a star. He continued to move regularly between film acting and theater work in New York, Los Angeles, and at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in the Berkshires. Reunited with his Bostonians director, James Ivory, in 1992, he traveled to England to work with Emma Thompson and Anthony Hopkins in The Remains of the Day.

Baker
& Taylor

The popular actor offers an account of his life, from his early acting career and his rise to stardom as Superman, to the devastating horseback-riding accident that left him paralyzed and his struggle to rebuild his life

Publisher: New York : Random House, 1998.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780679452355
0679452354
Branch Call Number: 920 REEVE, C.
Characteristics: x, 309 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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