Let's all pay our tribute to to Dennis Hopper: actor, director, photographer and father. Send in your photos that pay tribute to the Easy Rider as we all remember and look back at his brilliant career and inspiring work. Rest in peace, Dennis Hopper.
Dennis Hopper was many things. From his early days until the very end, he never stopped to deliver his love for both film and art. He was an award-winning director who captured the spirit of a generation. He was an acclaimed method actor, who we all loved to hate as we root for the good guy. He also became during the twilight of his career, a respected photographer and art collector. He was many things but one thing is certain. He is, and remains, an inspiration to us all. Let’s all pay tribute to the Easy Rider’s memory.
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