Facts of Dennis Hopper
|Age:||82 years 9 months|
|Birth Date:||May 17, 1936|
|Birth Place:||Venice, Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Father's Name:||James Millard Hopper|
|Mother's Name:||Marjorie Mae Davis|
|Education:||Helix High School|
|Height:||5 feet 9 inches (1.75m)|
|Net Worth:||$ 40 million|
|Ethnicity:||Mixed (English- Irish- Scottish- Welsh)|
I've been sober now for 18 years. With all the drugs, psychedelics and narcotics I did, I was [really] an alcoholic. Honestly, I only used to do cocaine so I could sober up and drink more. My last five years of drinking was a nightmare. I was drinking a half-gallon of rum with a fifth of rum on the side, in case I ran out, 28 beers a day, and three grams of cocaine just to keep me moving around. And I thought I was doing fine because I wasn't crawling around drunk on the floor
There are moments that I've had some real brilliance, you know. But I think they are moments. And sometimes, in a career, moments are enough. I never felt I played the great part. I never felt that I directed the great movie. And I can't say that it's anybody's fault but my own.
Relationship Statistics of Dennis Hopper
|What is Dennis Hopper marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):||Divorce|
|How many children does Dennis Hopper have ? (name):||Four (Marin Hopper, Ruthanna Hopper, Henry Lee Hopper, Galen Grier Hopper)|
|Is Dennis Hopper having any relationship affair ?:||No|
|Is Dennis Hopper gay ?:||No|
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Talking about his relationship, he married five times ( Brooke Hayward, Michelle Phillips, Daria Halprin, Katherine LaNasa, Victoria Duff ). He married actress Brooke Hayward in 1961, the couple had a daughter Marin Hopper. However, they separated in 1969. Similarly, he married singer and songwriter, Michelle Phillips in October 1970. The marriage lasted for a mere eight days and the couple split in November 1970.
Then, he married psychologist and actress, Daria Halprin, in 1972. They had a daughter named Ruthanna Hopper. The couple divorced in 1976. He married actress and ballet dancer, Katherine LaNasa in 1989 and they had a son named Henry Lee Hopper. The couple divorced in 1992. Moreover, he married Victoria Duff in 1996 and they had a daughter named Galen Grier Hopper. They parted ways in 2010.
- 1 Who is Dennis Hopper?
- 2 Dennis Hopper: Childhood, Education, and Family
- 3 Dennis Hopper: Early Professional Career
- 4 Dennis Hopper: Lifetime Achievements and Awards
- 5 Dennis Hopper: Salary and Net Worth
- 6 Dennis Hopper: Description of Body Measurements
- 7 Dennis Hopper: Social Media
- 8 Dennis Hopper: Death
Who is Dennis Hopper?
Dennis was an American actor, director, writer, film editor, photographer, and artist, he came to fame with 1969’s Easy Rider. Likewise, his other films like Blue Velvet and River’s Edge cemented his legend.
Dennis Hopper: Childhood, Education, and Family
Dennis was born in Dodge City, Kansas, the United States on May 17, 1936, to parents James Millard Hopper and Marjorie Mae Davis. He has two siblings namely, David Hopper, Marvin Hopper. He belongs to American nationality and mixed (English- Irish- Scottish- Welsh) ethnicity. His birth sign is Taurus. Talking about his education, firstly, he attended Helix High School. Then, he attended the Kansas City Art Institute. Lastly, he attended Actors Studio.
Dennis Hopper: Early Professional Career
On talking about his profession, he began his career in acting during the early 1950s. Likewise, his first role is said to be an unaccredited role in the feature film ‘Johnny Guitar’ (1954). Similarly, he made his debut in Hollywood with minor roles like ‘Rebel without a Cause’ (1955) and ‘Giant’ (1956).
During 1971, he was part of the drama film ‘The Last Movie’. Moreover, he earned much appreciation for his direction and acting skills in the film ‘Out of the Blue’ (1980). During the time, he also appeared in films like ‘Rumble Fish’ (1983) and ‘The Osterman Weekend’ (1983). During 1986, his role as the villain in ‘Blue Velvet’ earned much critical acclaim. On the same year, he was part of the sports film ‘Hoosiers’.
During 1988, he directed the crime film ‘Colors’, depicting gang life and gang violence. Whereas, his other directorial ventures include ‘The Hot Spot’ (1990) and ‘Chasers’ (1994). Eventually, he also played the villain role in ‘Speed’ (1994) against Keanu Reeves. Similarly, in the 1990s, he in association with sports brand Nike appeared in a series of television commercials. During the 2000s, he also began taking up acting roles in television and feature films. He made several cameos as in ‘24’ (2002) as well as regular appearances as in ‘E-Ring’ (2005). Television shows that he has also made appearances include: ‘Gunsmoke’, ‘Bonanza’, ‘Petticoat Junction’, ‘The Twilight Zone’, ‘The Defenders’, ‘The Investigators’, ‘The Legend of Jesse James’, ‘Entourage’, ‘The Big Valley’, ‘The Time Tunnel’ and ‘The Rifleman’. During 2008, he was also part of the drama series ‘Crash’. Besides movies that he was also a part include: ‘The Keeper’ (2004) and ‘10th& Wolf’ (2006). During 2011, art book publisher Taschen published his photography works by the title ‘Dennis Hopper: Photographs 1961–1967’.
Dennis Hopper: Lifetime Achievements and Awards
On talking about his lifetime achievements and awards, he won BSFC Award for Best Supporting Actor for Blue Velvet (1986). Likewise, he won the Kinema Junpo Award for Best Foreign Language Film for Easy Rider (1969). Similarly, he won MTV Movie Award for Best Villain for Speed (1994). Moreover, he won Feature Film Award for Best Antagonist Actor for The Blackout (1997).
Dennis Hopper: Salary and Net Worth
There is no information about his salary. His net worth was around $ 40 million.
Dennis Hopper: Description of Body Measurements
On talking about his body measurements, Dennis has a height of 5 feet 9 inches. Additionally, he weighs is unknown. Dennis’s hair color is grey and his eye color is green.
Dennis Hopper: Social Media
Hee has 85K followers on Facebook. He is not active on Twitter and Instagram.
Dennis Hopper: Death
He died on May 29, 2010, at the age of 74 in Venice, Los Angeles, California, the United States. The cause of his death was Prostate cancer.