T. Dan HopkinsVotes: 0
TDan Hopkins was raised in San Antonio Texas, a descendant of a Kiowa Mother and Irish English Father. Turning seventeen, he joined the USAF attaining the rank of sergeant while serving in the Philippines and Korea. After his service, he tramped around on freights. Some of his work ventures included the mines in Colorado, logging camps in Oregon, carpenter on high rises. TDan became a Native American activist in the 70s resolving some Native American civil rights issues in Arizona. He took acting classes at Phoenix college and landed a starring role as Okinagon in the film Revenge of Bigfoot (1979), opposite 'Rory Calhoun'. TDan played the older Wampashe in the Mashantucket Pequot Docudrama "The Witness" (1997) for viewing at the Mashantucket Pequot museum at Foxwood resort in CONN. Besides playing Native characters in films and commercials,TDan has played nondescript roles as well. Triva: TDans great uncle (Apetone) Wooden Lance was the last chief of the Kiowas, and his great-great uncle was "Lone Wolf" the famous white fighter. TDan and his wife have two sons and a beautiful Grandaughter. TDan lives in Oregon with his wife Jean. Favorite quote: "You are what you think".