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Is Keanu Reeves Immortal? A Very Serious Fan Theory Investigation. Have you ever wondered how he has kept his youthful, rugged looks over a career spanning nearly more than 30 years? Perhaps the secret is that Keanu Reeves simply does not age at all.

Keanu Reeves. Immortal.
Keanu Reeves. Immortal.

While Keanu Reeves claims to have been born on September 2, 1964 in Beirut, Lebanon, further investigation suggests that Keanu Reeves may have been born as early as 742 A.D. in Germany when it was still called Francia. It was there when he would rule the Frankish kingdom and later succeed the throne of the Holy Roman Empire as Charlemagne.

According to the official investigative website, Keanu Reeves is Immortal, other than Keanu Reeves’ striking resemblance to the ancient emperor (facial hair pattern, signature eye squint, and all), the history of Charlemagne’s reign provides deeper insight into how the actor meticulously kept his eternal youth a secret.

Charlemagne’s son, Louis the Pious, succeeded the throne almost immediately before his death in 800 A.D. It is almost as if he knew that he was going to “die,” which suggests that he was planning to fake his death the entire time.

As the theory suggests, after his supposed death, “Charlemagne” managed to maintain his anonymity for more than another 1,000 years - a relatively safe route when wanting to avoid being recognized. By the late 19th century, the actor we now refer to as Keanu Reeves fell in love with his chosen profession for the first time.

Upon arriving in France around at least 1880, he invented a new identity (Jean Mounet-Sully) before adopting the stage name Paul Mounet to pursue a career in stage acting. As Mounet, Keanu Reeves starred in multiple theatrical productions, studying the work of William Shakespeare, before transitioning into films from 1909 until 1917.

It is also well known that “Mounet” studied medicine before becoming an actor. This so perfectly explains how Keanu Reeves managed to portray a doctor so masterfully in the films Something’s Gotta Give, Thumbsucker, and To the Bone.

It is said that Paul Mounet died of heart failure in 1922, yet, additional investigation by the experts from the Keanu Reeves is Immortal website reports that his body was never recovered. Very sly, Keanu. Very sly.

Charlemagne and Paul Mounet are the only known historical figures we know of whom Keanu Reeves more than likely was at one point in time. We cannot even be sure at what point he was truly born.

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