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Keanu Reeves downplays his civil rights ambitions

Before asking the 58-year-old Reeves if he’s keen to become a naturalized American citizen, Jimmy Kimmel Live host Jimmy Fallon shared his journey from his roots in Toronto, Canada to Hollywood fame. I asked him about his trip.

When I was 20, I moved to the Hollywood area. I got in my car. When asked if he currently lives in Los Angeles, Reeves replied, “Yeah, I’ve been here since 1985,” and how his early film experiences paved the way for him to get an agent in Los Angeles. has been detailed.

After Jimmy Kimmel pointed out that Reeves was still a Canadian citizen despite living in the United States for almost 30 years, Reeves proudly yelled, “I’m still Canadian,” to an enthusiastic response from the studio crowd. I applauded.

You’ve always been Canadian, but wouldn’t it appeal to you to retain your U.S. citizenship?

Kimmel quipped that Vice President Joe Biden should call Reeves and ask why he hasn’t applied for citizenship. In response, Reeves joked that he would send the 46th President a copy of his new comic book BRZRKR to prove he was eligible.

Kimmel then revealed that his crew gathered all the paperwork needed for Reeves to petition for American citizenship onstage with him, citing Rodriguez’s naturalization journey as an example. A 2005 article in the Sioux City Journal said Rodriguez had completed the process of becoming a naturalized citizen of the United States.

Rodriguez encouraged Reeves to try something new. Kimmel said in an interview that he had previously considered marrying Reeves to his wife so that she could become a citizen.

Still, Reeves said, “You’re married.” If you were a criminal, Jimmy, you and I would have to go on the run. Yes, but I warned her that our constitution could need tweaking, Kimmel admitted.

https://celebrityinsider.org/keanu-reeves-makes-light-of-citizenship-ambitions-534683/ Keanu Reeves downplays his civil rights ambitions

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