|Birthname||Keith Ian Carradine|
|born on||8 August 1949 at 00:47 (= 12:47 AM )|
|Place||Modesto, California, 37n38, 121w0|
|Timezone||PST h8w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||15°28' 10°13 Asc. 17°20'|
American actor in a theatrical family, the son of actor John Carradine and half-brother of David Carradine. His parents divorced when he was six and waged a bitter custody battle over Keith and his two full brothers, Christopher (now a Disney architect) and Robert (also an actor.) For three months, the boys were even in juvenile hall custody. In 1958, Carradine finally won custody of his sons and they did not see their mother for six years. His mom, Sonia Sorel, was the second of John Carradine's four wives and the kids grew up gun-shy of marriage from watching the battlefield.
In spite of the turmoil, he emerged as the family "white sheep." In an eccentric family, he managed a good show of normalcy, coming safely through the Hollywood requisite drug period. He did well in school, and finally decided to be an actor, against his dad's advice.
David was his mentor, taking Keith into his home in 1968, the single greatest influence that Keith had in his life. He got his role in "Hair" when he went along with David to the audition.
Keith had a successful run in the stage production of "Hair" in 1969 and "Foxfire," 1982, with more than 40 film and TV roles during the interim. His films include "Nashville," 1975, "Pretty Baby," 1978 and "Old Boyfriends," 1979. Also a musician, he gained a name for "Nashville," 1975, in which he also composed and sang his Oscar winning song "I'm Easy." As a guitarist and singer, he hit the road with his band over the years and cut two albums.
Lanky and laid back, he was married in 1982 to actress Sandra Will with Cade born in 1982 and Sorel in 1985. He had a prior daughter with actress Shelley Plimpton, Martha, in 1971. On 11/16/1999, his wife filed a divorce petition to end their 17-year marriage.
His personal tastes run to Caruso, old movies, his guitar, bagpipes and hurdy-gurdy music. He and Sandra dream of living in Telluride, Colorado and running a little theater there.
For his third trip to Broadway, he took over the lead role in "The Will Rogers Follies," with natural charm, creating a x Broadway musical that scooped up six Tony awards in 1991.
Carradine married Hayley DuMond in Turin, Italy on November 18 2006 at 2:30 PM local time according to Italian newspapers.
- associate relationship with Entertainment: Hair (born 17 October 1967). Notes: Played Claude in 1970 Broadway production
- sibling relationship with Carradine, David (born 8 December 1936)
- sibling relationship with Carradine, Robert (born 24 March 1954)
- has other family relationship with Carradine, Ever (born 6 August 1974)
- Work : Gain social status 1971 (First noted production)
- Work : Prize 1975 (Oscar)
- Relationship : Marriage 1981 (Sandra Will)
- Family : Change in family responsibilities 1981 (Daughter Martha)
- Family : Change in family responsibilities 1982 (Child Cade)
- Family : Change in family responsibilities 1985 (Child Sorel)
- Relationship : Marriage 18 November 2006 at 2:30 PM in Turin, Italy (Hayley DuMond)
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- Traits : Personality : Gracious/ sociable
- Diagnoses : Psychological : Abuse Drugs (Rehab)
- Family : Childhood : Family noted (Dad, brothers)
- Family : Childhood : Memories Bad (Dad had four wives, battlefield)
- Family : Childhood : Parents divorced (When he was six)
- Family : Childhood : Sibling circumstances (Noted brothers)
- Vocation : Entertainment : Actor/ Actress
- Vocation : Entertainment : Live Stage (Legitimate theater, musicals)
- Vocation : Entertain/Music : Song writer
- Vocation : Entertain/Music : Vocalist/ Pop, Rock, etc.
- Notable : Awards : Oscar (1975)
- Notable : Awards : Tony (Six Tonys)