Dan Hicks Wiki – Dan Hicks Biography
Dan Hicks was an American actor starring in Evil Dead II, Spiderman II, and Darkman. Hicks appeared in 36 films, mostly horror genre. His sequence in Evil Dead II first appeared on the screen in 1987. In 2018, Dick Johnson & Tommygun tried to produce a movie based on Cannibal Cop: True Story on the True Story. His latest movie is Blood Hunter in 2020, according to the IMDb page.
Dan Hicks Age
He was 68 years of age.
Dan Hicks Career
Hicks was a well-known actor, often featured in horror movies and portrayed many memorable roles in various cult classics. It is best remembered for Sam Raimi’s fans to throw a shotgun with Bruce Campbell in Evil Dead II: Dead by Dawn. Hicks would later star in other roles in films such as Darkman, Spider-Man 2, and Big and Powerful Oz. Campbell and My Name Is Bruce once again collaborated for the meta-horror movie and starred in other horror favorites such as Maniac Cop, Intruder, Wishmaster, and 2001 Maniacs.
Dan Hicks Death & Cause
Hicks was diagnosed with Stage IV cancer in June 2020 and announced her diagnosis on Facebook on June 5.
The “fruit cellar” is an apparent referencDan Hicks was an American actor starring in Evil Dead II, Spiderman II and Darkman. Hicks appeared in 36 films, mostly horror genre. e to Hicks’ turn in Evil Dead II when his character turns on Bruce Campbell and meets his demise in the cellar.
The owner of Full Empire Productions, Dominic Mancini, on June 25, said that he last spoke with Hicks on June 16. He said Hicks sounded “very weak and exhausted.” Mancini said that Hicks told him that he could not eat or sleep due to the pain. On June 18, Mancini said that Hicks’ stepdaughter Alicia told him that the actor had suffered a bad fall and was in the ER. Hicks was sent home with hospice care.
News about Dan’s death was revealed in a brief statement on Hicks’ management company Full Empire Productions’s Facebook page.
Dan Hicks Go Fund Me
Full Empire Productions had earlier set up a fundraising page for Hicks on their official website. At the time of writing, a GoFundMe page that has been set up for Hicks, which original goal was to raise $8,000 had raised nearly $20,000.
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