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In mid-1968, at age fifteen, Reeve was accepted as an apprentice at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in Williamstown, Massachusetts.
The other apprentices were mostly college students, but Reeve's older appearance and maturity helped him fit in with the others.
The order is the result of a lawsuit filed in by Bowman's mother, Joyce Bowman, who lives in Van Nuys, Calif., and his former wife, Annette Bowman Jasinkiewicz, and the couple's teenage daughter, both of Dearborn, Mich.
Jasinkiewicz divorced Bowman in 2004 after 10 years of marriage.
On May 27, 1995, Reeve became a quadriplegic after being thrown from a horse during an equestrian competition in Culpeper, Virginia.
He was confined to a wheelchair and required a portable ventilator for the rest of his life.
In a workshop, he played a scene from A View from the Bridge that was chosen to be presented in front of an audience.
The Oakland Circuit Court ruling prohibits Freeman from using Bowman's "name, marks, likeness, photographs, signatures, handwritten memoirs and any or all writings authored by Bowman." Freeman claims Bowman lived with her and her husband the last six years of his life.
Franklin and Barbara divorced in 1956, and she moved with her two sons to Princeton, New Jersey, where they attended Nassau Street School. Johnson enrolled Christopher and his brother, Benjamin, in Princeton Country Day School, which later merged with Miss Fine's School for Girls to become the co-educational Princeton Day School.
Later that year, Franklin Reeve married Helen Schmidinger, a Columbia University graduate student. Reeve excelled academically, athletically, and onstage; he was on the honor roll and played soccer, baseball, tennis, and hockey.
Reeve was of almost entirely English ancestry, with many family lines that had been in America since the early 1600s.
His paternal grandfather, Colonel Richard Henry Reeve, had been the CEO of Prudential Financial (when it was called Prudential Life Insurance Company) for over 25 years, and his great-grandfather, Franklin D'Olier, was a prominent businessman, veteran of World War I, and the first national commander of the American Legion.
Reeve appeared in other critically acclaimed films such as The Bostonians (1984), Street Smart (1987) and The Remains of the Day (1993).