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Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by Techman, May 30, 2010.
He was a true 'Actor', not a movie star. Most don't realize that he was a very skilled actor with many appearances in many notable films beyond 'Easy Rider'. Not only was he a fine actor, writer, and director but a skilled photographer and painter as well with his work recognized around the world. Despite his troubles with substance abuse he earned a deserved star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
First I heard this. Dang. One of my favorites.
I heard it once said that he had a true American accent. After that I listened more closely to him and I know what they mean by American accent.
As you said Rex, a real actor. He was good in every role he played.
He will be missed.
Ah, first Art Linkletter, then Dennis Hopper.
Could Yet Another death trifecta among lower tier luminaries be at work here? Who will occupy the third corner of this particular triade de la mort?
Dennis Hopper was #3. Gary Coleman tipped over on Friday.
I forgot about the little dwarf. That would make the death trifecta complete.