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January 7, 2017: Will Reeve remembers his dad as a hero both on the screen and off of it. "He taught me how to ride a bike, just by telling me," Will recently told Closer Weekly. "He couldn't physically help me ride a bike, because he was in a wheelchair, but that didn't stop him and me from having one of the quintessential father-son experiences," Will said. "He told me to put my trust in him. I did, and I succeeded." "Everything that my parents did inspired me," he said. "I don't think I knew it at the time, but upon reflecting on my childhood, I certainly look back and can think of specific moments that mean so much to me now." He added, "My parents' legacy is hugely important to me because they meant so much to the world on the whole, but they also meant so much to me personally and to my family. We don't want anything they did or what they stood for to fade off because their work was important."
July 16, 2018: Will Reeve's "Note to Self" video was features on CBS.
January 30, 2019: Christopher Reeve's daughter Alexandra Reeve Givens talks growing up with 'Superman,' keeping his legacy alive through the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.
September 25, 2021: Google has paid tribute to Christopher Reeve on what would have been his 69th birthday, with Saturday’s Doodle dedicated to the actor, director and humanitarian. While forever remembered for playing Superman, Christopher Reeve became a powerful advocate for people with disabilities and for increased funding for medical research after a 1995 horseback riding accident left him paralyzed from the neck down.