Reeve Carney's Main TV Roles
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At age 15, Carney was playing guitar professionally at B.B King's night club in Los Angeles, California.
His first band, Carney and the Revolving Band, consisted of brother Zane, sister, Paris, JD Lipscombe on bass and Gavin Salmon on drums and toured extensively with blues legend, Jonny Lang, while Reeve, simultaneously played guitar in Lang's band. His second band, Carney, consists of Reeve, Zane on guitar, Aiden Moore on bass and Jon Epcar on drums. Carney released their debut album, "Mr. Green Vol. 1", in May 2010. The band opened for Arcade Fire and U2 in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada on July 30 on the final date of the U2 360° Tour.
Since 2010, Carney lives in Manhattan. He starred for 3 years, as Spider-Man in the Broadway musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, which began previews in November 2010. The rest of the band is performing as part of the pit orchestra for Turn Off the Dark. He played his final performance on Sunday, September 15, 2013.
In August 2011, Carney was cast as the late singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley in an untitled movie biography to be directed by Jake Scott. Production was announced to begin in November 2011.
Carney has also been named a Givenik Ambasador.
Carney played Taylor Swift's love interest in her "I Knew You Were Trouble" music video.
Following his departure from Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, Carney has joined the cast of the Showtime pilot "Penny Dreadful".
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