Robert Reed Carradine is an American actor. As a member of the Carradine family, he appeared for the first time in Western dramas such as Bonanza and his brother David's TV series Kung Fu. Carradine's first movie role was in the 1972 film The Cowboys, starring John Wayne and Roscoe Lee Browne. Carradine also plays the president of the brotherhood "Lewis Skolnick" in the comedy series Revenge of the Nerds.
|Born||Robert Reed Carradine, March 24, 1954, Hollywood, California, U.S.|
|Relatives||John Carradine (father), Keith Carradine (brother), David Carradine (half-brother), Michael Bowen (half-brother), Ever Carradine (daughter)|
|IMDb||Robert Carradine's IMDb|
Actor who has had an extensive career and became known for playing Lizzie McGuire's supportive father in the Disney series Lizzie McGuire. Earlier in his career, he appeared on Kung Fu and Bonanza.
He came from a show business family and made his first film appearance in the film The Cowboys with John Wayne.
He played the role of Lewis in the cult classic film, Revenge of the Nerds.
He had two daughters and a son with Edie Mani, whom he married in 1990.
He was in the film The Long Riders with Dennis Quaid.
- Hollywood male actor, Los Angeles
- The runners are from California
Latest information about Robert Carradine updated on June 14 2021.