Earlier this morning, the Nation reported actor David Carradine, best known for his roles in the “Kung Fu” television series, Tarrantino’s “Kill Bill” and Roger Corman’s “Death Race 2000”, was found dead in a Bangkok hotel room.  Carradine, son of western icon John Carradine, has a sprawling TV/film resume from the past 45 years, tackling roles ranging from the serious  (playing Woody Guthrie in the ’76 “Bound For Glory”, working alongside Liv Ullman in Berman’s “The Serpent’s Egg”) to any number of cameos loosely based on the persona of his Kwai Chang Caine character from “Kung Fu”.