Go HopkinsWho appeared in such memorable films Wild bunch (1969), The Gateway (1972), American graffiti (1973), The man who loved cat dancing (1973), Possession (1975), and Midnight Express (1978), died at the Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Van News. The 80-year-old suffered a heart attack.
William Hopkins was born in 1942 in Greenville, South Carolina, and Hopkins has appeared in more than 100 film and television roles in a career spanning more than five decades.
He took the nickname “Go” thanks to a character of the same name he played Bus stopHis first off-Broadway play.
Hopkins TV appearances included Phyllis Tiller Show, Virginian, Gun smoke, Wild Wild West And Andy Griffith Show. His first shot in the routinely planned television series came out in 1973 in a medical drama Doc ElliottIt lasted a season.
He also appeared in several films made for television in the mid-1970s Judgment: Court Martial of Lieutenant William Colley (1975), Runway barge (1975), Invasion of Johnson County (1976), Dawn: Portrait of a runaway teenager (1976), The woman who is running (1977), Thaddeus Rose and Eddie (1978), Crisis in the Sun Valley (1978), and The Busters (1978)
He also hit a consecutive role Rockford FilesAnd appeared in the original first season ஆள்குடி From Aaron’s spelling.
From there, his application also lists TV miniseries Aspen And Beggar thief, And Charlie’s Angels, Fantasy Island, A-Group, Hotel, Scarecrow and Mrs. Raja, The Fall Guy, Madlock And Murder, she wrote.
His latest character is Papa Vance, who starred opposite Glenn Klose in a live streaming theater. Hillbilly Elig In 2020.
Hopkins lives with his wife, Cian, and son, Matthew.