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David Carradine

David Carradine

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Also Known As: Died: June 3, 2009
Born: December 8, 1936 Cause of Death: accidental asphyxiation
Birth Place: Hollywood, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1990:
Appeared in "Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat"
1963:
Broadway debut, "The Deputy"
2000:
Guested as Andrew Weller on the second season of the legal drama "Family Law" (CBS)
1982:
Played the villain tracked by Chuck Norris in "Lone Wolf McQuade"
1976:
Played Woody Guthrie in "Bound for Glory"
1983:
Second directing effort, "Americana"
1977:
Began directing the unfinished film, "Mata Hari"
1975:
Film directing debut "You and Me" (also scripted and co-starred)
1964:
First episodic work, "Arrest and Trial" (ABC)
2003:
Had a recurring role as Conrad on the ABC series, "Alias"
2007:
Had a small role in the comedy spoof, "Epic Movie"
1985:
Miniseries debut, "North and South" (ABC)
2004:
Reprised role of Bill for Tarantino's "Kill Bill Vol.2"
1993:
Reprised role of Caine in syndicated series, "Kung Fu: The Legend Continues"
1971:
TV-movie debut, "Maybe I'll Come Home in the Spring" (ABC)
1997:
Co-starred with Ally Sheedy in "Macon County Jail"
2007:
Co-starred with James Franco and Sienna Miller in "Camille"
1966:
Made series debut in the ABC Western, "Shane"
1997:
Received star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (April)
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Served in the US Army
1972:
Starred as Caine in the ABC drama series, "Kung Fu"; also directed several episodes
2008:
Starred in the original movie miniseries, "Kung Fu Killer" (Spike)
1965:
Appeared on Broadway in "The Royal Hunt of the Sun"
2003:
Cast as the assassin leader Bill in writer-director Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill, Vol. 1"; earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actor
1964:
First film appearance (in bit part) "Taggart"
1972:
First worked with Martin Scorsese on "Boxcar Bertha"
1973:
Had memorable bit part in "Mean Streets"
2004:
Hosted "Wild West Tech" on the History Channel
1987:
Portrayed an evil German soldier in "The Misfit Brigade/Wheels of Terror"
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Put under contract by Universal
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Raised in New York City
1979:
Starred in the TV-movie "Mr. Horn" (CBS)

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