Keanu Reeves doesn’t need an intro, we all know Keanu from blockbuster films “Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure” and its sequel “Bill and Ted’s Bogus” Journey. He went on to continuing a starring a lead role in “The Matrix” and “John Wick“.
At the time of this writing, rumored are continued sequels of “The Matrix 4” and “John Wick 4“. Yeah I’m stoked, Keanu keeps the action rolling.
Keanu is a tough one to type. But let’s start with what we notice, he’s an introvert for sure. So we’ve got that covered. Now, is he an S (sensory) or an N (intuitive) user? A lot of online sources are split down the middle, I’m actually leaning more toward a sensory than an intuitive type.
Sensory people can be observed empirically through body language and facial expressions – they project it in an obvious manner. In speech as well, though we’ve heard variants of it with Keanu. Sensory people, especially introverted ones don’t exactly daisy chain a string of thoughts like intuitive’s do and I just don’t see Keanu doing this in any of his interviews.
Think of the movies Keanu has been in, the roles he’s played and though we call it acting he does it well. “Point Break”, skydiving, surfing and some brawls with legendary Patrick Patrick Swayze, I’ll cover him in another post. “The Matrix”, think of how quickly he had to pick up martial arts skills for this movie. “John Wick”, and there’s actual real footage of Keanu undergoing some pretty heavy duty target practice. Alright I know what you’re thinking, hey intuitive’s do this too. Well of course, but in terms of where he falls in the spectrum, he lean’s on the sensory side.
“Art is about trying to find the good in people and making the world a more compassionate place.”– Keanu Reeves
“If you have been brutally broken but still have the courage to be gentle to other living beings, then you’re a badass with a heart of an angel.”– Keanu Reeves