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The late U.S. actor David Carradine taped a segment for the cable channel BIO's upcoming series Celebrity Ghost Stories four months before his death. The actor's body was discovered in a Bangkok closet June 4. His death was categorized as an autoerotic asphyxiation act gone wrong.
Hundreds of mourners attended the funeral for film and television star David Carradine who was buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Los Angeles.
Spike TV has announced plans to honor the late U.S. action movie and TV icon David Carradine by airing a marathon of his work. Carradine, 72, died last week in Bangkok.
The U.S. forensic pathologist who conducted an autopsy on David Carradine's body says the late actor did not commit suicide last week. Carradine's naked body was discovered hanging in the closet of his Bangkok hotel room with rope around his neck and genitals.
NEW YORK, June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Spike TV will celebrate the work of legendary action movie star David Carradine with a marathon featuring some of his iconic characters on Saturday, June 13 (2:00pm-3:00am ET/PT).
Former Chief Medical Examiner of New York City Michael Baden has agreed to perform a private autopsy on the body of actor David Carradine, who died in Thailand. Police in Bangkok said the 72-year-old Kung Fu and Kill Bill actor was discovered dead, hanging naked in a hotel room closet last Thursday. Although investigators initially announced they suspected suicide, they have since said they are also considering the possibility Carradine's death was the result of an autoerotic act gone wrong.
FBI officials say they have offered authorities in Thailand assistance investigating U.S. actor David Carradine's death. FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimilller confirmed the U.S.
A manager of a Bangkok hotel says U.S.
Thai police said they think US actor David Carradine died this week while attempting an autoerotic act involving rope.
US film and television actor David Carradine has been found dead in a Bangkok hotel, the Kung Fu and Kill Bill star's personal manager said.
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