Actor in ‘The Wild Bunch’ and ‘American Graffiti’ was 80 – Deadline

Bow Hopkins, who appeared in such memorable films Wild bunch (1969), Getaway (1972), American graffiti (1973), The man who loved cat dancing (1973), Pos (1975), and Midnight Express (1978), died at the Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Van Nuys. She was 80 and had a heart attack.

William Hopkins was born in Greenville, South Carolina in 1942. Hopkins has appeared in more than 100 film and television roles in a career spanning more than five decades.

He chose the nickname “Bo” thanks to a character of the same name in which he played Bus stopHis first off-Broadway game.

Includes Hopkins television appearances Phyllis Dealer Show, Virginian, Gun smoke, Wild Wild West And Andy Griffith Show. Her first shot in a regularly scheduled TV series came in the 1973 medical drama Doc ElliottWhich lasted one season.

He also appeared in a number of movies made for television in the mid-1970s, including Judgment: Court Martial of Lieutenant William Callie (1975), Fugitive barge (1975), Johnson County attack (1976), Don: Portrait of a teenage fugitive (1976), Running woman (1977), Thaddeus Rose and Eddie (1978), Crisis in the Sun Valley (1978), and The Busters (1978).

He scores a repetitive role Rockford fileAnd appeared in the original’s first season Dynasty From the spell Aaron.

From there, his biography also lists TV miniseries Aspen And Beggarman thief, And Charles Angels, Fantasy Island, A team, Hotel, Scarcrow and Mrs. King, The fruit guy, Matlock And Murder he wrote.

Her most recent role was Papao Vance opposite Glenn Klose in the Direct-to-Streaming Theater. Hilbili Elegi In 2020.

Hopkins is survived by his wife, Sean, and son, Matthew.

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