Mugging Leaves Hollywood Superman Homeless

The New York Post reports that Christopher Dennis, who has dressed up as Superman on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for nearly 25 years, has hit an all-time new low.

For nearly 25 years, a Los Angeles based Christopher Reeve lookalike turned heads on Hollywood Boulevard as a Superman impersonator. But now Christopher Dennis is feeling a lot more like Clark Kent than Superman. Dennis was robbed and had his suit stolen last August, forcing him to live on the streets.

Read the full report at the website.

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January 13, 2017 2:03 am

I met him many years ago. Nice guy. I hope fans come through for him.

January 14, 2017 11:04 am

This shouldn’t happen to anyone let alone to a guy who is just entertaining people. Worst part is you know at least part of the reason they did it to him is just so they could say they beat up Superman.

January 16, 2017 12:56 am

I know some people consider those on Hollywood Blvd. more like panhandlers than they do street performers, but this is just terrible. The beating would have been horrific in and of itself, but nobody deserves to be homeless. Christopher did have a GoFundMe set up, though. You can find it here: As of right now he’s exceeded his goal by over $6000. Long term, that’s not much to live on; but it’s a start. He can afford a new costume, and now it looks like he’ll be able to have a roof over his head and a warm bed… Read more »

January 17, 2017 7:30 am

This guy is a misogynistic sod, but I wouldn’t wish this on anyone.