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Keith Carradine –

About Keith Carradine (1949 – )
Keith Carradine was born on August 8, 1949 in San Mateo, California.

Sandra Will and Keith Carradine were married. Sandra Will, has been in movies like Daddy's Dyin'... Who's Got the Will? and Thank God It's Friday.

A tough cowboy role has made Keith Carradine a star in both Deadwood (he was Wild Bill Hickock) and in Wild Bill, he was Buffalo Bill Cody.

A family of actors Keith Carradine is the son of John Carradine. Keith is also the brother to David Carradine and Robert Carradine. Ever Carradine who also made her debut role although it was uncredited in The Long Riders is Keith's niece.

A star-studded movie about brother cast with brother was a perfect role for Keith Carradine playing one the Younger brothers in The Long Riders.

Part of what made the movie The Long Riders a hit was the strong cast using four actual families the Carradine's, the Keach's the Quaid's and the Guest's. The Younger family consisted of David Carradine played Cole Younger, Keith Carradine as Jim Younger and Robert Carradine played Bob Younger. The famed James boys were played by James Keach as Jesse James and Stacy Keach as Frank James. The Miller boys were the Quaid's, Dennis Quaid played Ed Miller and Randy Quaid was Clell Miller. Last but not least the Fords were cast by the Guest's, Christopher Guest was Charlie Ford and Nicholas Guest played Bob Ford.

Keith Carradine composed and performed the song "I'm Easy" in the Robert Altman drama Nashville, earning him the Best Song Oscar in 1975.

In 1971 Keith Carradine made his first film and to no surprise a western it was the Kirk Douglas and Johnny Cash movie A Gunfight.

Taking the title role of Will Rogers, Keith Carradine was nominated for Broadway's 1991 Tony Award in The Will Rogers Follies.

Keith Carradine has had reoccurring roles on TV series including Deadwood playing Wild Bill Hickock, Street Time as Frank Dugan.

Shelley Plimpton and Keith Carradine have a daughter together, she is actress Martha Plimpton she has been seen on movies like Parenthood and The Goonies.

Keith Carradine's notable movie credits include...

Lake City (2008)
All Hat (2007)
The Death And Life Of Bobby Z (2007)
Elvis And Anabelle (2007)
The Californians (2005)
Woolly Boys (2001)
The Hunter's Moon (1999)
Wild Bill (1995)
cold feet (1989)
the long riders (1980)
Nashville (1975)
thieves like us (1974)
Emperor of the North (1973)
A Gunfight (1971)




Keith Carradine in Emperor of the North (1973).


Keith Carradine in
The Long Riders (1980).