William Hopper Overview:

Actor, William Hopper, was born William DeWolf Hopper Jr. on Jan 26, 1915 in New York City, NY. Hopper died at the age of 55 on Mar 6, 1970 in Palm Springs, CA .

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By Rick29 on Feb 15, 2021 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

1. auditioned for the TV series Perry Mason--for the role of Perry! You can view his screen test opposite Ray Collins as Lieutenant Tragg on YouTube. The part went to Raymond Burr, of course, and Hopper was cast as private investigator Paul Drake. He was nominated for an Emmy for Best... Read full article


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William Hopper Quotes:

Col. Robert Calder: Get that elephant out of there!


[on the plan to capture the alien creature with a huge net]
Col. Robert Calder: Doc, this is like a parachute. It's got to work the first time!


Dr. Ned Jackson: I'm convinced that we're dealing with a Mantis in whose geological world the smallest insects were as large as man, and now failing to find those insects as food, well... it's doing the best that it can.


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William Hopper Facts
Prior to being a Navy frogman doing underwater demolition in the Pacific during WW II his hair was dark blonde, the stress of the danger turned it permanently white.

Brother-in-law of actress Margaret Lindsay.

Suffered a stroke on 14 February 1970.

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