Reeves's career choices after Speed were eclectic: despite his successes, Reeves continued to accept supporting roles and appear in experimental films.
He scored a hit with a romantic lead role in A Walk in the Clouds.
During the early 1990s, Reeves started to break out of his teen-film period.
Following this film's critical success, he spent the late 1980s appearing in a number of movies aimed at teenage audiences, including Permanent Record, and the unexpectedly successful 1989 comedy, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, along with its 1991 sequel, Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey.From 1991, Reeves played bass guitar in the grunge band Dogstar.Her first feature film was Alan Brown directed Book of Love (2004), in which she played Heather. Bryce did some serious training for her role as Victoria in the Twilight series.She did mixed martial arts, cardio exercises and strength training to play her part that involved her to do some action sequences.His acting has garnered several awards, including a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
During his film career, Reeves has engaged in several forms of artistic expression.Stoff has remained Reeves's manager, and has co-produced many of his films.After a few minor roles, Reeves received a sizeable role in the 1986 drama film River's Edge, which depicted how a murder affected a group of teens.He has also spoken of his English ancestry, mentioning watching comedy shows such as The Two Ronnies during his childhood, and how his mother imparted English manners that he has maintained into adulthood.Reeves' mother then married Robert Miller, a rock music promoter, in 1976; the couple divorced in 1980.However, Reeves has spent much of his later career being typecast.