Golden Globe-nominated actor David Carradine’s illustrious career spans over 5 decades and has led to some of the most iconic television and cinematic moments in history. David was a lover of acting ever since his youth, and even while serving in the United States Army had the drive to establish a theater group. After the Army, Carradine dove head first into acting, and following some appearances in successful shows such as Gunsmoke and Ironside, cemented his celebrity status with Kung Fu in 1972. While the cutie has had almost too many appearances to count since then, the one that will stand out to the newest generation of Carradine admirers is in the Kill Bill series, in which he plays Bill himself. The actor’s legacy will live on forever here at Mr. Man due to his peen-baring performance in Boxcar Bertha (1972), his awesome ass in On the Line (1987), and his sexy shirtless action in Death Race 2000 (1975)! Hey Carradine, thanks for being Bare-adine!