• 30 December 1948
  •  San Francisco, California, USA

Daria Halprin


Dropped out of University of California, where she studied Anthropology, to make her acting debut in Zabriskie Point (1970). Following filming, she lived in the Mel Lyman-led Boston commune with her Zabriskie Point (1970) co-star Mark Frechette who, after robbing a bank, died in prison. In May 1972, she married Dennis Hopper. Halprin studied with Fritz Perls, the creator of Gestalt Therapy, and she has a Master's in Psychology. She is co-founder (with her mother, Anna Halprin, a pioneering dance therapist/choreographer) and director of The Tamalpa Institute. Her mother was referred to as "the Martha Graham of the West". Her father, Lawrence Halprin, was a prominent landscape architect who hired former Department of the Interior Secretary Stewart L. Udall into his firm.


Movie Name Release Date
Ζαμπρίσκι Πόιντ – Zabriskie Point (1970) April 17, 1970