David Carradine was an American actor, martial artist, director, and musician. He was best known for his roles in the television series ‘Kung Fu’ and film series ‘Kill Bill.’ He studied music theory and composition and started his theatre career in the ‘San Francisco State University.’ David Carradine served in the United States Army for a period of two years and then returned to NYC where he began his journey in television with guest appearances in popular TV series, such as ‘Ironside,’ ‘Gunsmoke,’ ‘The Alfred Hitchcock Hour,’ ‘Wagon Train,’ and ‘The Virginian.’ In a film and television career of more than four decades, David Carradine appeared in more than 100 films and a dozen TV shows and specials, apart from numerous stage productions. He also wrote his autobiography ‘Endless Highway’ which was critically acclaimed. He won several awards and honors for his work in films, television, and theatre. He was also recognized as the hardest working member in Hollywood.