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It’s difficult to imagine that Dennis Hopper looked back on his seventy four years of life and regretted not having seized each day with vigor. He lived life to it’s fullest, it seemed, with it’s richness and consequences. He took risks, loved many women and expressed his creativity freely. While known to the masses as an intense and riveting actor, he was also an accomplished photographer, painter and sculptor. He directed and write several films including Colors, Out of the Blue and Easy Rider. Hoppers maverick spirit and counter cultural association was leveraged later in life as he became the spokesperson Ameriprise. He leaves behind four children, his estranged wife, Victoria Duffy and two grandchildren. He also leaves a rich and varied legacy in art and film. See his life in pictures here.
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