American Graffiti Bo Hopkins: Very big and sad news has come out in the morning from the Hollywood industry. Renowned actor of the industry Bo Hopkins has passed away. The actor has said goodbye to everyone and this world at the age of 80.
Bo Hopkins gained a different identity among the people with his best performance in ‘American Graffiti’. On hearing the news of his death, his fans were shocked.
Bo Hopkins said goodbye to the world
Although Bo Hopkins acted in many great films in their acting career, he is remembered for the comedy film ‘American Graffiti’. This film was released in the year 1979. The special thing is that even today people like to watch this film.
The information about the death of Bo Hopkins has been given to the fans through the official site of the actor.
The actor got recognition for this film
He wrote, ‘It is with sadness to inform you that Bo has passed away. Bo loved listening to his fans around the world. However, he was not able to respond to every email in the last few years. He appreciated hearing from each of you’.
Let us inform you that the actor started his career with the film ‘The Wild Bunch’ released in the year 1969.
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Bo served in the US Army at the age of 16
His character in this film was ‘Crazy Lee’. After that, he never looked back. After ‘The Wild Bunch’, Bo appeared in the 1972 film ‘The Getaway.
In this, he played a supporting role. You will be surprised to know that before making his debut in films, Bo had served in the US Army at the age of just 16.
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