Dennis Hopper biography 2022

Dennis Hopper

Biography of Dennis Hopper


Dennis Hopper (Dennis Lee Hopper) was born May 17, 1936, an American actor and director.

Dennis Hopper began his long career, which included over 200 films, by taking on supporting roles alongside, e.g., James Dean and here cultivated an image as an erratic rebel.

In 1969, Dennis Hopper broke through as a director with the generational film Easy Rider, in which he also starred, but since then had only sporadic but essential roles in the 1970s, for example,  as the manic photographer in Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now (1979).

In the 1980s and 1990s, Dennis Hopper had a new breakthrough in the role profession as a psychopathic villain, e.g., David Lynch's Blue Velvet (1986) and the action hit Speed ​​(1994).

In the latter part of his career, he also appeared in TV series such as 24 Hours (24 hours) 2002, E-Ring 2005-2006, and Crash 2008-2009.

Dennis Hopper also directed some hit entertainment films, such as the police film Colors (1988) and the Southern drama The Hot Spot (1990).

Died May 10, 2010




last updated September 2022

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