"David Carradine's Introduction to Chi Kung"
3 Biographical Movies |
3 Print Biographies |
1 Portrayal |
13 Interviews |
42 Articles |
3 Pictorials |
2 Magazine Cover Photos |
6' (1.83 m)
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[on when he realized Kung Fu
(1972) was going to be a hit] Man, I read that pilot script and flipped! But I never believed it would get on TV. I mean, a Chinese Western, about a half-Chinese / half-American Buddhist monk who anders the gold rush country but doesn't care about gold, and defends the oppressed but won't carry a gun, and won't even step on an ant because he values all life, and ...
had originally envisioned the character "Bill" in the "Kill Bill" films as a suave "James Bond-type" man and had first approached Warren Beatty
for the role. Beatty turned it down and suggested that he get David for the role.
Often used his fighting and karate skills in roles