Dennis Hopper loses his fight with prostate cancer. He died at the age of 74 on Saturday May 29, 2010. This is another sad day in Hollywood. Another famous actor dies. Dennis Hopper proves you can be rich and famous and still die from prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is not prejudiced. It does not care if you are rich or poor.
Dennis Hopper played in too many films to mention them all. His first movie was opposite James Dean in “Rebel Without A Cause”. This movie played in 1955. Dennis Hopper played in his last film in 2008 opposite Ben Kingsley and Penelope Cruz. Dennis Hopper was a great actor. He was a photographer and an artist. Dennis Hopper was very talented. Mostly, Dennis Hopper was an ordinary man who lost another battle with a horrible disease called prostate cancer. Dennis Hopper lived a long and full life. He was married to five different women. He divorced the last woman (Victoria Duffy) just months before his death. It was a horrible divorce. Dennis Hopper left his children and two grandchildren. They lost a father and a grandfather when Dennis Hopper died.
Dennis Hopper won numerous awards and earned millions of dollars as an actor in Hollywood. He gained famous friends, he is known throughout the world. He even had a role in the television series “24”. Dennis Hopper will be known last as an ordinary man who lost his fight against prostate cancer.
“Prostate cancer is diagnosed in an estimated 80% of men who reach age 80″. (Web MD). Prostate cancer kills many men in the world today. It does not care if you are rich or poor. Prostate cancer is dangerous to all men. Prostate cancer can and will kill if given the chance. Dennis Hopper became an ordinary man once he had to fight this deadly disease. Prostate cancer can be cured if it is found early.
On a personal note, I lost my best friend to prostate cancer. If you have the disease and let it go, it will spread through your body, and kill you. My friend saw the signs, but his macho attitude made him overlook the signs. He was terminal by the time he visited the doctor. Prostate cancer is a horrible killer. Many of us know this firsthand.
Dennis Hopper lost his fight with prostate cancer. He died at the age of 74. He was a great actor and he will be missed by many people. Dennis Hopper learned the hard way about prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is not prejudiced. It does not care if you are a famous actor. Prostate cancer works the same way in all men. Prostate cancer kills if given the chance. If you have any problems with your prostate, go to your doctor immediately. If you have prostate cancer, but catch it early, you have a great chance to survive the disease. Our prayers go out to the family of Dennis Hopper.