Bo Hopkins kicked the bucket on May 28 at 1:35 am at Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Van Nuys, CA.
Family members and associates were grieving Bo Hopkins Sunday after the entertainer’s family declared his passing at 84 years old.
Hopkins kicked the bucket Saturday at Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Van Nuys in the wake of experiencing a coronary episode on May 9, his significant other Sian told The Hollywood Reporter
He was most popular for supporting jobs in the 1973 film “American Graffiti,” and 1969’s “The Wild Bunch.” He likewise played repeating parts in the TV shows “Administration” and “The Rockford Files” and showed up in numerous other TV shows during the ’70s and 80s.
“Tear Bo Hopkins,” entertainer and chief Ron Howard tweeted Sunday. “I acted with Bo and guided him also. He was a legitimate and genuine entertainer and, all the more critically, a spectacular person who talked reality with thoughtfulness and honesty. We who realized Bo can count ourselves fortunate.”
Hopkins, who was a local of South Carolina, was conceived William Hopkins, however he changed his most memorable name to Bo after he played a person named Bo in his for one thing Broadway play, “Transport Stop.”
He showed up in excess of 100 movies and TV jobs.
His family tweeted the fresh insight about his demise, adding: “It is with extraordinary bitterness that we declare that Bo has died. Bo cherished hearing from his fans from around the world and in spite of the fact that he couldn’t answer each email throughout the course of recent years, he valued hearing from all of you.”
Hopkins is made due by his significant other of 33 years and two kids.