Bo Hopkins made his acting debut in the classic 1969 Western The Wild Bunch as Crazy Lee.
Bo Hopkins, an actor most recognized for his work in "American Graffiti," has passed away. He was 80. According to Variety, Hopkins' passing was announced on the actor's official website.
"We must inform you with tremendous sorrow that Bo has died away. Bo enjoyed hearing from his worldwide admirers, and even while he was unable to reply to every email over the past five years, he still thought it was wonderful to hear from every one of you "a statement on the website reads.
Hopkins made his feature film debut as "Crazy Lee" in the classic western "The Wild Bunch" in 1969. In "The Getaway," directed by Sam Peckinpah, he was afterward given a minor role as a bank robber (1972).
Hopkins' other noteworthy works include "White Lightning" (1973), "Posse" (1975), "The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing" (1973), and "Midnight Express" (1978).
Hopkins was a member of the American Army before becoming an actor. At the age of 16, he enlisted in the American Army.