He’s a FBI special agent recruited by Captain Matthews to identify and arrest the Bay Harbor Butcher.
Keith Carradine was born in San Mateo, California to Sonia Sorel, an actress and artist and John Carradine, an actor. He has five siblings- David Carradine and Bruce Carradine are parental ones; Michael Bowen is his maternal half brother and Christopher Carradine and Robert Carradine are the real ones. His first notable role was on Robert Altman’s ‘McCabe & Mrs. Miller’ in 1971. In the 1972 television series ‘Kung Fu’, he portrayed the teenage character of Kwai Chang Caine. He had an important role on the 1975’s critically acclaimed movie ‘Nashville’. ‘I’m Easy’, his song of ‘Nashville’ became a hit in 1976 and Carradine won an Oscar for Best Original Song’. In 1977, he was seen on ‘The Duellists’. In the 1980 movie ‘The Long Riders’, he appeared along with David and Robert Carradine. In 1981, he appeared on ‘Southern Comfort’, a Walter Hill presentation. In the 1984 hit ‘Choose Me’, he portrayed a disarmingly candid madman. And, in the very same year, he appeared in a video for Madonna’s single ‘Material Girl’. In 1985, he was seen on ‘Trouble in Mind’, as an incompetent petty criminal. In the 1988 ‘The Moderns’, he played the role of an American artist. Keith played the leading role on ‘Will Rogers Follies’, a Tony Award Winning Musical. He also received nomination for Broadway’s 1991 Tony Award as Best Actor (Musical) for this role. In 1994, he was seen on ‘Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle’ as Will Rogers. Keith Carradine appeared as John Netherwood, a homicidal sociopath, in the 1995 thriller ‘The Tie That Binds’. Among his other notable appearances are ‘Emperor of the North Pole’, ‘Pretty Baby’, ‘Chiefs’, and ‘My Father My son’ etc. He also starred in the ABC hit ‘Complete Savages’ and HBO series ‘Deadwood’. Keith also hosted the History Channel show ‘Wild West Tech’. During 2005, Keith portrayed the role of Richard Henry Pratt on the miniseries ‘Into the West’. He received a Drama Desk nomination for his role on ‘The Will Rogers Follies’. He has also won the Outer Critics Award. Keith has also appeared on innumerous theatre productions.
Keith Carradine has a daughter with actress Shelley Plimpton and has two children with his ex wife Sandra Will Carradine. In 2006, Keith married Hayley DuMond, an actress and his longtime girlfriend.