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Appeared opposite Tom Selleck in TV movie "Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt"
Appeared in a small role in Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained"
Co-starred opposite Roddy Piper in wrestling comedy-drama "Fancypants"
Co-starred with Michael Madsen in the independent horror/thriller, "Hoboken Hollow"
Reprised role as Lizzie's father in "The Lizzie McGuire Movie"
Directed an episode of "Lizzie McGuire" titled Lizzie's Eleven
Cast as Lizzie's father in the series, "Lizzie McGuire" (Disney)
Played the father in "Max Keeble's Big Move"
Played a Skinhead in "John Carpenter's Escape From L.A."
Reunited with "Nerds" castmate Anthony Edwards in an episode of "ER" (NBC)
Co-produced the TV-movie sequel "Revenge of the Nerds IV: Nerds in Love"; also starred
Played Lewis a third time in the Fox TV-movie sequel "Revenge of the Nerds III: The Next Generation"; also co-produced
Had cameo as himself in Robert Altman's "The Player"
Reprised role of Lewis in "Revenge of the Nerds II"
Sang onscreen in "Number One with a Bullet"
Starred in "As Is" for Broadway on Showtime
Played Robert Cohn in NBC remake of "The Sun Also Rises"
Starred as Lewis, the positive-thinking leader in "Revenge of the Nerds"
Appeared with brothers David and Keith as the outlaw Younger brothers in Walter Hill's "The Long Riders"
Narrated and starred in Samuel Fuller's WWII drama "The Big Red One"
Had supporting role in Hal Ashby's "Coming Home"
Landed first starring role as Johnny Chrystal in "The Pom Pom Girls'"
Made TV series debut as a regular on the ABC series adaptation of "The Cowboys"
Had bit part in Martin Scorsese's "Mean Streets"
Co-starred with father John in second episode of brother David's "Kung Fu"
Made feature acting debut in "The Cowboys" starring John Wayne
Made TV debut in an episode of "Bonanza"
Made stage debut when he replaced brother Keith at age 16 in "Tobacco Road" (date approximate)
Became a musician at age nine (date approximate), playing guitar and bass
Starred in the L.A. production of William H. Hoffman's play, "As Is"
While focusing on his career as a musician, Carradine entered acting by serving as his brother Keith's understudy in a stage production of "Tobacco Road," eventually replacing him in the role.
Carradine performed music with his half-brother David and in several bands, appearing in such popular Southern California clubs as the Troubador, the Palomino, the Roxy and At My Place. He also played on Andy Parks' debut album in New York and Mare Winningham's debut album in San Francisco.
Robert toured with Ramblin' Jack Elliott in 1972.
Worked as a driver of Corvettes for Mobil Oil and B F Goodrich
Raced Ferraris with Paul Newman at Daytona and Sebring in 1977
In 1985, With his team, won the United States Endurance Cup in a showroom stock Corvette, beating both Porsche and Ford