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- What does Bo Hopkins do for a living?
- Who are Bo Hopkins’s parents and siblings?
- What are Bo Hopkins’s interests and hobbies?
- Is Bo Hopkins married or does XY have a girlfriend/ boyfriend?
- Does Bo Hopkins have any children?
- Where is Bo Hopkins now?
- How tall is Bo Hopkins?
- How much money does Bo Hopkins earn?
- What is Bo Hopkins’s net worth?
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Who is Bo Hopkins?
William ”Bo” Hopkins was a famous American professional actor. He was famously recognized for playing important supporting roles in many major studio movies between 1969 and 1979. Hopkins also appeared in other numerous television shows and television films.
Bo Hopkins Career
Hopkins appeared in over 100 movies and television roles in a career of over 40 years. They included the major studio movies The Wild Bunch (1969), The Bridge at Remagen (1969), The Getaway (1972), American Graffiti (1973), and The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing (1973). As well as The Killer Elite (1975), Posse (1975), A Small Town in Texas (1976), Midnight Express (1978), and More American Graffiti (1979). Following his first roles in major movies in the early 1970s, he appeared in White Lightning (1973). He portrayed Roy Boone.
Jerry Reed and Hopkins then played brothers Joe Hawkins and Tm Hawkins in the 1985 movie What Comes Around. He later starred or co-starred in various made-for-television films of the mid-1970s. They included Judgement: The Court Martial of Lieutenant William Calley (1975), The Runaway Barge (1975), The Kansas City Massacre (1975), and The Invasion of Johnson County (1976). In addition to Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway (1976), Woman on the Run (1977), Thaddeus Rose and Eddie (1978), Crisis in Sun Valley (1978), and The Busters (1978).
After Gretchen Corbett exited the TV series The Rockford Files in 1978, Hopkins replaced her character as Rockford’s attorney John Cooper, appearing in 3 episodes. He appeared in the first season of the prime time drama Dynasty as Matthew Blaisdel. Hopkins’ other numerous appearances on television comprise of miniseries Aspen (1977) and Beggarman, Thief (1979), and in episodes of Gunsmoke, Bonanza, The Virginian, and Nichols.
As well as The Rat Patrol (replacing Justin Tarr as the Jeep driver for three episodes), The Mod Squad, Hawaii Five-O, Paul Sand in Friends and Lovers, The Rookies, and Charlie’s Angels. In addition to Fantasy Island, The A-Team, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, The Fall Guy, Crazy Like a Fox, Murder, She Wrote, and Doc Elliot. He also played a role in the video game Nuclear Strike. Hopkins portrays Colonel LeMonde, a mercenary who steals a nuclear weapon, and the ”Strike” team tracks him through Southeast Asia.
How old is Bo Hopkins?
William Hopkins was aged 84 at the time of his death on May 28, 2022, in Van Nuys, California, U.S. He was born on February 2, 1938, in Greenville, South Carolina, U.S. He shares his birthday with famous people including Shakira, Tyler Brown, Chad Franke, Soni Nicole Bringas, Wolf Webster, Barry Diller, Brent Spiner, Christie Brinkley, Graham Nash, Ina Garten, Jack McGee, John Cornyn, and Gerard Pique, among others.
Bo Hopkins Family
Who are Bo Hopkins’ parents?
William Hopkins was born in Greenville, South Carolina to his parents. He was then adopted at the age of nine months by a couple that could not conceive. His adoptive father worked in a mill in Taylors, South Carolina, and later died of a heart attack at the age of 39, on the porch of their home. Together with his mother, they witnessed their father die, and unable to live there they moved one month later to a new home nearby Ware Shoals.
His adoptive mother finally remarried a man whose last name was Davis, who he did not get along with. After running away from home a few times following arguments with his new stepfather, he was sent to live with his grandparents. Here he learned that he was adopted since his adoptive mother could not bear children. He finally met his birth mother at the age of 12, who lived with his half-sisters and a half-brother in Lockhart, another small mill town in South Carolina.
Does Bo Hopkins have siblings?
Hopkins was brought up by an adoptive family, but he finally met his biological family. He has half-sisters and one half-brother, born to his birth mother and her second spouse.
Bo Hopkins Education
Hopkins attended a reform school as he was a troubled youngster, with many instances of truancy, and minor crimes. However, he dropped out of school just prior to his 17th birthday and joined the United States Army. Later on in life, he received a scholarship to study acting and stage production at the Pioneer Playhouse in Kentucky.
Bo Hopkins Interests
Hopkins first joined the United States Army, before starting an acting career. He later took a break from acting from 2006 to 2013 and he came back reading scripts and writing his autobiography. Hopkins was a fisherman and a fan of the Anaheim Angels baseball team.
Bo Hopkins Wife
Hopkins started dating a girl named Norma, while in military service, whom he married at the age of 18. Together they had a daughter, but she later divorced him after he wanted to pursue an acting career, taking their child with her. He later married Sian Eleanor Green in 1989 and was happily married to his demise. Together they have a child together.
Bo Hopkins Kids
Hopkins has two children in his two marriages in his life before his death. He has a daughter, Jane Hopkins, with his first wife Norma and a son, Matthew Hopkins, with his second wife Green. He resided in Los Angeles with his wife and son as of his demise.
Bo Hopkins Height
Hopkins had a well-built, and muscular body with an impressive height of 5 ft 11 in (1.8 m) and a weight of 80 kg (176 lbs).
Bo Hopkins Net Worth
American actor, Hopkins has been active from 1966 to 2006 and then from 2013 to 2020 in his acting career. He has appeared in numerous films and TV series in supporting roles throughout his career. Hopkins has gathered an accumulative net worth of approximately $3 million as of his demise in 2022.
|1968||Dayton’s Devils||Taxi Driver|
|1969||The Thousand Plane Raid||Captain Douglass|
|The Wild Bunch||Clarence “Crazy” Lee|
|The Bridge at Remagen||Corporal Grebs|
|1970||The Moonshine War||Bud Blackwell|
|Monte Walsh||“Jumpin” Joe Joslin|
|1972||The Culpepper Cattle Co.||Dixie Brick|
|The Getaway||Frank Jackson|
|1973||The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing||Billy Bowen|
|American Graffiti||“Little” Joe Young|
|White Lightning||Roy Boone|
|1974||The Nickel Ride||Turner|
|1975||The Day of the Locust||Earle Shoop|
|The Killer Elite||Jerome Miller|
|1976||A Small Town in Texas||Sheriff Duke|
|The Fifth Floor||Carl|
|1979||More American Graffiti||“Little” Joe Young|
|1983||Sweet Sixteen||Sheriff Dan Burke|
|1984||Mutant||Sheriff Will Stewart|
|1988||Nightmare at Noon||Reilly|
|1990||Big Bad John||Lester|
|1992||Inside Monkey Zetterland||Mike Zetterland|
|1993||The Ballad of Little Jo||Frank Badger|
|1994||Radioland Murders||Billy’s Father|
|1996||Uncle Sam||Sergeant Twining|
|Fever Lake||Sheriff Harris||Direct-to-video|
|1998||Phantoms||FBI Agent Hawthorne|
|The Newton Boys||FBI Agent K.P. Aldrich|
|1999||From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money||Sheriff Otis Lawson||Direct-to-video|
|2000||South of Heaven, West of Hell||“Doc” Angus Fries|
|2001||A Crack in the Floor||Sheriff Talmidge|
|Cowboy Up||Ray Drupp|
|2002||Don’t Let Go||The Boss|
|City of Ghosts||Teddy||Uncredited|
|2003||The Road Home||Coach Jimmy Stangel|
|2020||Hillbilly Elegy||Papaw Vance|
|1966||The Phyllis Diller Show||Chub||1 episode|
|1967||The Virginian||Will||1 episode|
|1967||Gunsmoke||Harper Haggen||1 episode|
|1967||The Wild Wild West||Zack Garrison||1 episode|
|1967||The Andy Griffith Show||George||1 episode|
|1968||Judd, for the Defense||Ned Sims||1 episode|
|1968||The Rat Patrol||Bo Randall||1 episode|
|1968||The Guns of Will Sonnett||Wes Redford/Ben Merceen||2 episodes|
|1969||Bonanza||Stretch Logan||1 episode|
|1969-1970||The Mod Squad||Tom Styles/Arnie||2 episodes|
|1972||Ironside||Gregg Hewitt||1 episode|
|1973||Hawaii Five-O||Jeb||1 episode|
|1973-1974||Doc Elliot||Eldred McCoy||Main role, 10 episodes|
|1974||Friends and Lovers||Guest||1 episode|
|1974||The Manhunter||Sonny Welch||1 episode|
|1974||The Rookies||Wayne Shipley||1 episode|
|1975||The Kansas City Massacre||Pretty Boy Floyd||Television film|
|1975||Barnaby Jones||Ken Morley||1 episode|
|1976; 1979||Charlie’s Angels||Beau Creel/Wes Anderson||2 episodes|
|1976||Jigsaw John||Jimmy Franks||1 episode|
|1976||Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway||Swan||Television film|
|1978||Julie Farr, M.D.||Hollis McAfee||1 episode|
|1978-1979||The Rockford Files||John Cooper||4 episodes|
|1979||The Last Ride of the Dalton Gang||Billy Doolin||Television film|
|1981-1987||Dynasty||Matthew Blaisdel||Main role, 18 episodes|
|1982||Fantasy Island||Harry||1 episode|
|1983||Matt Houston||Reverend Noah Sunday||1 episode|
|1984||The A-Team||Charles Drew||1 episode|
|1984||Hotel||Walter Solanski||1 episode|
|1984||Finder of Lost Loves||William Davis/Drew Gilbert||1 episode|
|1985||The Hitchhiker||Lew Bridgeman||1 episode|
|1985; 1992||Murder, She Wrote||Lt. Ray Jenkins/Scott Larkin||2 episodes|
|1985||Scarecrow and Mrs. King||Nick Cross||1 episode|
|1986||The Fall Guy||Sheriff Phil Talbot||1 episode|
|1986||Crazy Like a Fox||Lowell||1 episode|
|1986||Gone to Texas||Sidney Sherman||Television film|
|1986||A Smoky Mountain Christmas||Sheriff John Jensen||Television film|
|1987||Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer||Ted Sharpe||1 episode|
|1994||Wyatt Earp: Return to Tombstone||“Rattlesnake” Reynolds||Television film|
|1994||Cheyenne Warrior||Jack Andrews||Television film|
|1995||Tom Clancy’s Op Center||Dan McCaskey||Miniseries, 2 episodes|
|1999||Time Served||Jimmy||Television film|
|2000||The Angry Beavers||Huttin||Voice role, 1 episode|