Actor Dennis Hopper and actress and painter Mary Woronov on this rebroadcast edition of Fresh Air. Some of Hopper's films include Easy Rider, Apocalypse Now, Blue Velvet, Speed, Carried Away, Hoosiers, and Basquiat. He made his feature film debut in Rebel Without a Cause in 1955. In addition to acting, Hopper has directed films and written screenplays. He is also a photographer and an art collector. Woronov was part of Andy Warhol's "Factory" in the 1960s. She was discovered while still a college student and was in Warhol's film, Chelsea Girls, about New York bohemian life. Her memoir about those years is called Swimming Underground. Her novel is called Snake. (Original Broadcast Dates: December 7, 1995 and April 1, 1996)More
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