Looks like Hollywood Superman Christopher Dennis’ last wish will is going to come true. Christopher Dennis, who left for heavenly abode at the age of 52, rose to fame by portraying the role of Superman for almost 30 years. According to a report in TMZ, Christopher was found dead in the San Fernando Valley. But the late actor was not buried as he had been homeless and was suffering from poverty from the past few years. More than anything, Dennis was known for his uncanny resemblance to another Superman actor, Christopher Reeve.
But now the latest reports state that the late actor’s wish will be fulfilled thanks to an anonymous person’s generosity that’s making this happen. Dennis’ close friends and director Vlad Kozlov had revealed that he always wanted to be buried in Superman’s costume but as his family couldn’t afford a funeral to fulfill the last wish of Dennis. Now the anonymous person has come forward and funded a huge amount of money for his funeral to his family. (ALSO READ: Movie Review: Nothing Impresses In Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice)
With that person’s kindness, the actor’s family will be able to fulfill his last wish and bury the actor in Superman costume.
Earlier, the late actor had spoken about the tough times of his life and had told The Guardian, “While I was homeless, one of the homeless guys, he beat me down with golf clubs, stole my outfit and left me for dead. I felt like I was dead because I was now without a job, I lost my dignity and my pride.”