Jerry Hopkins (author)
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Jerry Hopkins is an American author and journalist.
He is best known as the co-author (with Danny Sugerman) of No One Here Gets Out Alive (1980), the definitive biography of Jim Morrison of The Doors, which was a key source for Oliver Stone's film about the band. He has written nearly 30 books about music, food and travel, including three volumes on Elvis Presley. He has also written for Rolling Stone (where he was a contributing editor for 20 years), The Village Voice, GQ and numerous other publications.
His most recent book as of December 2007 is an oral history of Don Ho.
Since the early 1990s he has lived in Thailand.
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