After a brief appearance as an extra in the 1961 film The Explosive Generation, Geffen began his entertainment career in the mailroom at the William Morris Agency (WMA), where he quickly became a talent agent.
Scorsese calls him all the time, all I ever get is Jan De-f*ckin Bont."Reeves also wanted to thank the "Internet" for helping him face his biggest fears.is an American business magnate, producer, film studio executive, and philanthropist.Geffen created or co-created Asylum Records in 1970, Geffen Records in 1980, DGC Records in 1990, and Dream Works SKG in 1994."No word on how the marriage will affect Reeves' next film, "Constantine", in which he plays an irreverent supernatural detective, but early word is that he will likely be playing him a little more "effeminate" because he understands how most audiences will not be able to deal with the "whole gay thing"."Joe Blow in bumf*ck, Arkansas isn't going to see past the fact that I am a man-lover when he sees me on the big screen from now on, so why bother hiding it."I remember reading a story on Jo a year or so ago about how much my last two movies sucked, and wanted to email the owner of the site to tell him how much he sucked as well, but then I realized that it was all a big joke, just like his site, his haircut and this story. He has been in three celebrity relationships averaging approximately 2.4 years each. Only days before the Massachusetts legislature was set to vote on the banning of gay marriages in their state, actors Keanu Reeves and Alan Cumming, raced over there to marry one another before a small party of invited friends.Reeves, star of such films as "The Matrix", "Something's Gotta Give" and "Point Break" had always been rumored to be gay, but always maintained his heterosexuality.Cumming, star of such films as "Spy Kids" and "X-Men 2" had always been openly bi-sexual, but had never married before.The duo, who had apparently been "secretly dating on-and-off" for over four years, wrote their own vows and recited them while Melissa Etheridge softly hummed "Come Through my Window" in the background.