Keith Carradine is a member of the famous Carradine acting dynasty that began with his father John Carradine. Along with David and Robert Carradine, Keith belongs to the second generation of acting Carradines, and he apparently got into acting by following the footsteps of David, his half-brother. Keith made his Broadway debut in 1969’s production of Hair, and made his film debut the following year in the Robert Altman film McCabe & Mrs. Miller. Altman would work with Keith again in 1975’s Nashville.
Other notable Keith Carradine credits (among his 127 acting credits to date!) include Bonanza, Kung Fu, The Tie That Binds, 2 Days in the Valley, Frasier, the 2003 Spider-Man cartoon, Criminal Minds, Dexter, Dollhouse, Damages, The Big Bang Theory, Cowboys & Aliens, and Deadwood. He turns 63 today.