On November 2, 2019 our dear friend and colleague Christopher Dennis AKA Hollywood Boulevard Superman tragically passed away at 52 when he got caught up in the clothing donation bin. He was looking for something warm to wear... https://www.huffpost.com/entry/superman-christopher-dennis-dead_n_5dc3a7a6e4b03ddc02ef0319
Chris, who is known as the most iconic Hollywood street performer, was homeless for the past 3 years and struggled with mental and substance issues. He grew up in shelters and group homes since he was very young and struggled most of his life.
Despite of this, Chris came out to Hollywood and for more than 25 years before his tragic death, gave smiles to the millions of tourists all over the world as Hollywood Boulevard Superman.
Chris was a gentle soul who believed in the good and tried to live up to his Superman image by going far out of his way and helping countless people simply out of his kindness. He tried hard to be a better man. All of his life he was looking for rest and peace.
Please help us provide a permanent home for Chris here in Hollywood so he can rest finally. He deserves to have a proper burial in the land to which he truly belongs...
Please share our campaign to help Christopher's burial!
This is the official campaign organized by his close friend director Vlad Kozlov ("The Kid" starring Chris and Franco Nero and "American Superman" feature documentary about Chris), on behalf of his widow, Bonnie Nancy Dennis along with his colleague Danny Zale who portrays Elvis on Hollywood Boulevard.
Chris and Bonnie.
Chris working on the Hollywood Boulevard.
Vlad is shooting a documentary about Christopher's life.
Christopher with his legendary co-star Franco Nero in Vlad Kozlov's film "The Kid".
Chris was a helping soul even when he was in dire straits himself - at the church fundraiser for the homeless people.
ABC 7 interviews Chris.