(August 26 to 30, 1980) He played Yasha in Anton Chekhov's play, "The Cherry Orchard," in the Williamstown Theatre Festival production at the Adams Memorial Theatre Main Stage in Williamstown, Massachusetts with Tom Atkins (Yermolay Alexeyevich Lopahin); Robert Black (Simeonov Pishchik); Carter Bland (servant); Kate Burton (...
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Matthew Exton Reeve
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[on director Richard Lester
's filming of Superman III
(1983)] [He] was always looking for a gag - sometimes to the point where the gags involving Richard Pryor
went over the top. I mean, I didn't think that his going off the top of a building, on skis with a pink tablecloth around his shoulders, was particularly funny.
Took some criticism for his portrayal of Clark Kent (Superman's alter ego) as a weak, bumbling nerd. This characterization (which he said was based on a younger Cary Grant
), in Reeve's opinion, was necessary because he felt that there had to be some kind of a difference between Superman and Clark Kent, otherwise "it's just the same guy in glasses."
Black hair and light bold blue eyes