Birth Date: August 8 1949
Birth Place: N/A
Earning a Best Song Oscar for "I'm Easy" (which he composed and performed) in Robert Altman's sprawling drama Nashville (1975) put this slim, lanky, blond leading man on the show-biz map. He pursued an acting career in the late 1960s after dropping out of college, winding up on Broadway in the counterculture musical "Hair." Carradine made his first film, the Kirk Douglas-Johnny Cash Western A Gunfight (1971), the same year he was featured in McCabe and Mrs. Miller the picture that introduced him to Robert Altman, who also used him in Thieves Like Us in 1974. Altman protégé Alan Rudolph later directed Carradine in a series of small-scale, offbeat features: Welcome to L.A (1977), Choose Me (1984), Trouble in Mind (1985), and The Moderns (1988). He also appeared as a director in the much-seen music video of Madonna's "Material Girl." Carradine is the son of actor John Carradine, brother of actor Robert, and half-brother of actor David; the actress Martha Plimpton is his daughter. In 1991 he returned to Broadway and enjoyed a smash success in the title role of the musical "The Will Rogers Follies."
OTHER FILMS INCLUDE: 1977: The Duellists 1978: Old Boyfriends, Pretty Baby 1980: The Long Riders (with his brothers); 1981: Southern Comfort 1989: Cold Feet 1990: Who's Got the Will? 1991: The Ballad of the Sad Cafe, Alone Together
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