Sunday, May 30, 2010

What Cause Dennis Hopper dead?

HOLLYWOOD legend Dennis Hopper has died aged 74.

The hard-living screen icon, who directed and starred in 1969 cult classic Easy Rider, had been battling prostate cancer. 

He died from complications of the disease at home in Venice, California, surrounded by family and friends this afternoon. 

In March, the former hellraiser attended an emotional ceremony at which he received his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Hopper, who starred in a host of classic movies including Apocalypse Now, Blue Velvet, Rebel Without a Cause and True Romance, looked gaunt and frail. 

He told pals including Jack Nicholson and director David Lynch: "Everything I learned in life I learned from you.

"This means so much to me. Thank you very much everyone, and Hollywood." 

The star, who was married five times, had been fighting a bitter divorce case against Victoria Duffy-Hopper, 42, his wife of 14 years. 

Source: The Sun



ohmywtf said... mom is so sad to learn about this...hope he RIP

D'Ocean said...

ur mom sure big fans of him