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Henry Hopper - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography
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Born September 11, 1990, Los Angeles, California, USA - American actor, artist, model.
In 2008, Hopper was supposed to star in Wes Craven's horror film Take My Soul, but the actor fell ill with mononucleosis and was replaced by Max Thiriot. Henry personally clarified the situation: “Wes said that he wanted me to postpone the start of filming, but due to a potential strike by the actors, he was unable to do so. And I saw Thiriot's test - he is a very talented guy, what is needed for this role. " In 2011 at the Cannes Film Festival the premiere of the film Don't Give Up directed by Gus Van Sant, where Henry played the main role, took place.
Gus Van Sant praised the work of the actor: “I first saw him in a photograph in one of the galleries in Los Angeles - he also studied sculpture and fine arts in California and therefore periodically exhibited his work somewhere. In the photo he was with his father Dennis Hopper, and even then I thought: “What a face!”. You know, Henry has an energy, an inner strength, which is almost gone in today's Hollywood youth. He looks like a guy who arrived in our time from somewhere in the past - from the 50s or 60s. And he does not work according to a template, his game is completely devoid of local cliches. Maybe this is due to the fact that he is the son of Dennis, and acting is in his blood; maybe he was influenced by the impressions he got in Europe, or maybe he is just different on his own. ”
In 2011, Hopper collaborated with James Franco and director Harmony Corin in the production of the short film Rebel, dedicated to James Dean and his role in Rebel Without a Cause. At the shows of "Rebel", Henry acted as a DJ.
In February 2012, he took part in an advertising campaign for the California brand 7 For All Mankind and became its face along with Lily Donaldson and Amber Anderson, and James Franco shot a video for the advertising campaign. The videos feature actors, artists, models and musicians who embody the Los Angeles lifestyle.
In 2012, the actor starred in the short film Kurt and in The Color of Time, a non-standard biopic about the American poet and writer C.C. Williams, in which he and James Franco played a writer at different periods of his life.