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Keith Ian Carradine net worth is
$10 Million

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Keith Ian Carradine was born on the 8th August 1949 in San Mateo, California, USA and is an actor, singer and songwriter, most famous for his roles in the 1975 musical comedy/drama “Nashville”, as well as in “Deadwood” and “Dexter” TV series. Apart from acting, he is also an Academy Award and Golden Globe winning songwriter, honored for his original song “I’m Easy”, performed in “Nashville”.

Have you ever wondered how much wealth this all around performer has accumulated so far? How rich Keith Carradine is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total amount of Keith Carradine’s net worth, as of late 2016, is $10 million, acquired through his acting career which has been active since 1969.

Keith Carradine Net Worth $10 million

Keith Carradine was born into a family of actors, to Sonia Sorel and John Carradine, the middle of three sons. Apart from his parents, his brother Robert as well as his half brother David are also actors, so it is no wonder that Keith followed the same path and became a successful actor himself. However, his childhood was quite rough as his parents divorced when he was six, so the majority of childhood Keith spent in foster homes and even homes for abused children. After high school, Keith enrolled at Colorado State University studying drama, but dropped out after the first semester in order to pursue his acting career. He relocated to Los Angeles, California, to his brother David who heavily influenced him and helped him to take beginner’s steps in the acting business.

Although Keith’s first acting experience dates back to his youth age when he appeared in his father’s productions of Shakespeare, his acting career did not officially begin until 1969, when he was cast in Broadway’s original run of “Hair”. He began in the chorus and acted his way to the leading roles of Claude and Woof. In 1970, he appeared alongside his father in a “Tobacco Road” stage production, and it is certain that these achievements served as the launching board for Keith Carradine’s acting career and they also provided the basis for his, nowadays rather respectable, overall net worth.

Keith Carradine’s big screen debut occurred in 1971, when he was cast for the role of Cowboy in Robert Altman‘s western “McCabe & Mrs. Miller”; subsequently he appeared in another western “A Gunfight” featuring Kirk Douglas and Johnny Cash in the leading roles. Keith’s first small screen appearance occurred in the same year, 1971, when he got the side role in one episode of “Bonanza” TV series. His talent and passion did not go unnoticed, and with his career on the rise, Keith secured more and more prominent roles, including appearances in “Kung Fu” (1972) TV series as well as in the Robert Aldrich action movie “Emperor of the North” (1973), and another Altman motion picture “Thieves Like Us” (1974). All these roles marked the beginning of a successful acting career and also helped Keith Carradine to add a sum to his overall wealth.

However, the real breakthrough in Keith Carradine’s acting career came in 1975 when he was cast in the role of Tom Frank in Altman’s musical comedy/drama “Nashville”, winning Golden Globe and Oscar Awards not for his acting, but for his singing and songwriting skills – “I’m Easy” was named the Best Original Song. On the wings of this success, Keith put some efforts towards his brief singing career, and released two studio albums, “Easy” (1976) and “Lost & Found” (1978). These ventures impacted Keith Carradine’s overall net worth in a positive manner for sure.

During his acting career which now spans over 47 years, Keith Carradine has added more than 130 acting credits to his portfolio, including stage productions, movies, TV series and even video games. Some other of Keith’s memorable and notable roles, apart from those already mentioned above, include Ridley Scott’s 1977 war drama “The Duellists”, as well as numerous TV series appearances such as “Star Trek: Enterprise”, “Spider-Man”, “Deadwood”, “Complete Savages”, “Numb3rs”, “Dexter”, “Dollhouse”, “Fargo”, “The Big Bang Theory” and most recently “Madam Secretary”. Doubtlessly, all these engagements have massively increased the total size of Keith Carradine’s overall net worth.

When it comes to his personal life, Keith Carradine was romantically involved with Shelley Plimpton, who at that time was married although separated from Steve Curry. After moving to California, Keith found out that Shelley was pregnant, but had reunited with her husband. However, in 1974 when Plimpton and Curry divorced, Keith met his extramarital daughter Martha Plimpton for the first time, now an acclaimed actress too. In 1982, Keith married Sandra Will, a fellow actor with whom he had another two children, however, after 18 years of marriage they divorced in 2000. Since 2006, Keith Carradine has been married to another actress, 25 years-younger Hayley DuMond.

Full Name Keith Carradine
Net Worth $10 Million
Date Of Birth August 8, 1949
Place Of Birth San Mateo, California, United States
Height 1.85 m
Profession Voice Actor, Film producer, Film Score Composer, Songwriter, Singer
Education Colorado State University
Nationality American
Spouse Hayley DuMond (m. 2006), Sandra Will Carradine (m. 1982–1999)
Children Martha Plimpton, Sorel Carradine, Cade Carradine
Parents John Carradine, Sonia Sorel
Siblings David Carradine, Robert Carradine, Bruce Carradine, Christopher Carradine, Michael Bowen
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001018/
Awards Academy Award for Best Original Song, Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song, Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Debut Performance
Nominations Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical, Tony Award for Best Lead Actor in a Musical, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or a Movie, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical, Satel…
Movies The Duellists, The Long Riders, Pretty Baby, Nashville, Thieves Like Us, Cowboys & Aliens, McCabe & Mrs. Miller, Southern Comfort, Choose Me, The Moderns, Monte Walsh, Welcome to L.A., Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, Emperor of the North Pole, Last Stand at Saber River, Maria’s Lovers, Trouble in Mind, Mr…
TV Shows Dexter, Kung Fu, Madam Secretary, Deadwood, Wild West Tech, Complete Savages, Dollhouse, Into the West, The West, Chiefs, Fast Track
# Quote
1 The best advice I ever got was from Robert Altman, who said, “Kid, I’m going to give you a piece of advice. Don’t take advice from anybody”.
2 They [awards] don’t mean anything to me…until I win one.
# Fact
1 Caaradine designated Victor Flemingg’s “Captains Courageous” as his favorite film for the AFI.
2 Keith and his Nashville (1975) co-star Christina Raines were in a relationship during the 1970s. For a time, the couple shared a one-story home in Los Angeles’ Topanga Canyon.
3 Tony Award nominee in 1991 for Best Actor in a Musical for “Will Rogers Follies”.
4 Drama Desk Award nominee in 1991 for Best Actor in a Musical for “Will Rogers Follies”.
5 Outer Critic Circles Award winner in 1982 for Broadway debut for “Fox Fire”.
6 Lucille Lortel Award nominee 2010 for Outstanding Featured Actor for “A Lie of the Mind”.
7 On Criminal Minds (2005) he played Frank Breitkopf, a serial killer that had been killing for 30 years. On Dexter (2006), he played Frank Lundy, who hunted a serial killer that had been killing for 30 years.
8 Keith’s father was of English, with distant Irish and Dutch, ancestry, and was a direct descendant of Dutch diamond merchant Kiliaen van Rensselaer, who settled in Rensselaerwyck, NY, now identified as Albany, NY. Keith’s maternal great-grandfather was biochemist Max Henius, who was born in Denmark, to a Polish Jewish family. Keith’s mother’s other ancestry was Danish, German, and Swiss-German.
9 His paternal grandmother, Genevieve Winifred Richmond, was one of the first female brain surgeons in North America.
10 He was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Live Performance at 6233 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.
11 Originally, it was his half-brother David Carradine who pursued a role in the Broadway musical “Hair” in 1969. At his audition he brought Keith along to play the piano. Keith ended up winning the part and stayed with the show for six months.
12 Daughter Martha Plimpton was conceived while Keith and actress Shelley Plimpton were appearing in the rock musical “Hair” on Broadway in 1969. Born in 1970, the relationship was over by the time Martha was born and Keith did not meet her until she was four years old.
13 Following the divorce from Carradine, ex-wife Sandra Will became romantically involved with Los Angeles private eye, Anthony Pellicano, and was arrested for her involvement in placing illegal wiretaps on the unsuspecting actor’s phone. She later plead guilty and received a jail sentence for the felony crime.
14 Father, with Sandra Will, of a boy named Cade Carradine (b. July 19th 1982) and a girl named Sorel Carradine (b. June 18th 1985).
15 For his role on Deadwood (2004), he was trained by renowned Hollywood Gun Coach Thell Reed, who has also trained such actors as: Val Kilmer, Kurt Russell, Sam Elliot, Girard Swan, Russell Crowe, Brad Pitt, and Leonardo DiCaprio.
16 He and Hayley DuMond wed the same day as Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes celebrated their wedding in a small city near Rome.
17 Was nominated for Broadway’s 1991 Tony Award as Best Actor (Musical) for playing the title character Will Rogers in “The Will Rogers Follies.”
18 Plays “Wild Bill Hickock” in Deadwood (2004) and played “Buffalo Bill Cody” in Wild Bill (1995).
19 Longtime girlfriend is Hayley DuMond. Met while filming Hunter’s Moon (1995) with Burt Reynolds. [2001]
20 Uncle of actress Ever Carradine and Kansas Carradine.
21 Daughter, actress Martha Plimpton, is from his relationship with Shelley Plimpton.
22 Middle brother of Robert Carradine and Chris Carradine.
23 Half-brother of David Carradine, Bruce Carradine and Michael Bowen.
24 Son of John Carradine and Sonia Sorel.
25 His recording of “I’m Easy” reached #17 on the US charts in August, 1976.


Title Year Status Character
Love, American Style 1973 TV Series George Pomerantz (segment “Love and the Anniversary”)
Man on a String 1972 TV Movie Danny Brown
Bonanza 1971 TV Series Ern
A Gunfight 1971 The Young Gunfighter
McCabe & Mrs. Miller 1971 Cowboy
Madam Secretary 2014-2016 TV Series President Conrad Dalton
Ray Meets Helen 2016 Ray
The Big Bang Theory 2010-2016 TV Series Wyatt
A Quiet Passion 2016 Father (Edward Dickinson)
Fargo 2014-2015 TV Series Lou Solverson
Mike Tyson Mysteries 2015 TV Series Jason B.
Bereave 2015 Victor
Terroir 2014 Jonathan Bragg
Dakota’s Summer 2014 Austin Rose
NCIS 2014 TV Series Mannheim Gold
Raising Hope 2014 TV Series Colt Palomino
The Following 2014 TV Series Barry
Ain’t Them Bodies Saints 2013 Skerritt
Hitman: Absolution 2012 Video Game Dexter (voice)
Missing 2012 TV Series Martin Newman
The Tin Star 2012 TV Movie Frank Sarr
The Family Tree 2011 Reverend Diggs
Cowboys & Aliens 2011 Sheriff John Taggart
Peacock 2010 Ray Crill
Damages 2010 TV Series Julian Decker
Dollhouse 2009 TV Series Matthew Harding
Crash 2009 TV Series Owen
Dexter 2007-2009 TV Series Special Agent Frank Lundy
Frank Lundy
Madonna: Celebration – The Video Collection 2009 Video Boyfriend (segment “Material Girl”)
Winter of Frozen Dreams 2009 Detective Lulling
Law & Order 2009 TV Series Martin Garvik
Numb3rs 2008 TV Series Carl McGowan
Lake City 2008 Roy
All Hat 2007 Pete Culpepper
Criminal Minds 2007 TV Series Frank Breitkopf
The Death and Life of Bobby Z 2007 Johnson
American Masters 2007 TV Series documentary Narrator
Elvis and Anabelle 2007 Jimmy
Where There’s a Will 2006 TV Movie Sherriff Clifford Laws
The Californians 2005 Elton Tripp
Into the West 2005 TV Mini-Series Captain Richard H. Pratt
Our Very Own 2005 Billy Whitfield
Complete Savages 2004-2005 TV Series Nick Savage
Balto III: Wings of Change 2004 Video Duke (voice)
Deadwood 2004 TV Series Wild Bill Hickock
Hair High 2004 JoJo (voice)
Coyote Waits 2003 TV Movie John McGinnis
Spider-Man 2003 TV Series J. Jonah Jameson
The Adventures of Ociee Nash 2003 Papa George Nash
Star Trek: Enterprise 2003 TV Series A.G. Robinson
Monte Walsh 2003 TV Movie Chester ‘Chet’ Rollins
The Outsider 2002 TV Movie Noah Weaver
The Angel Doll 2002 Adult Jerry Barlow
Street Time 2002 TV Series Frank Dugan
Arli$$ 2002 TV Series Lamar Scott
Frasier 2002 TV Series Caller Carl
Falcons 2002 Simon
American Experience 2002 TV Series documentary Narrator
The Diamond of Jeru 2001 TV Movie John Lacklan
Wooly Boys 2001 Sheriff Hank Dawson
Cahoots 2001 Matt
Baby 2000 TV Movie John Malone
Enslavement: The True Story of Fanny Kemble 2000 TV Movie Pierce Butler
Metropolis 2000 TV Movie Quincy
Outreach 1999 TV Series Dr. Vincent Shaw
Hard Time: Hostage Hotel 1999 TV Movie Cpl. Arlin Flynn
A Song from the Heart 1999 TV Movie Oliver Comstock
Sirens 1999 TV Movie Officer Dan Wexler
Out of the Cold 1999 Dan Scott
The Hunter’s Moon 1999 Video Turner
Night Ride Home 1999 TV Movie Neal Mahler
Fast Track 1997-1998 TV Series Dr. Richard Beckett
Standoff 1998 Zeke Clayton
A Thousand Acres 1997 Ty Smith
Perversions of Science 1997 TV Series Arthur Bristol
Last Stand at Saber River 1997 TV Movie Vern Kidston
Keeping the Promise 1997 TV Movie William (Will) Hallowell
2 Days in the Valley 1996 Detective Creighton
Dead Man’s Walk 1996 TV Mini-Series Bigfoot Wallace
Special Report: Journey to Mars 1996 TV Movie Capt. Eugene T. Slader
Wild Bill 1995 Buffalo Bill Cody
Trial by Fire 1995 TV Movie Owen Turner
The Tie That Binds 1995 John Netherwood
Is There Life Out There? 1994 TV Movie Brad
Andre 1994 Harry Whitney
Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle 1994 Will Rogers
In the Best of Families: Marriage, Pride & Madness 1994 TV Movie Tom Lynch
Rabbit Ears: Annie Oakley 1992 Video short Storyteller
Lincoln 1992 TV Movie William Herndon (voice)
CrissCross 1992 John Cross
Payoff 1991 TV Movie Peter ‘Mac’ McAllister
The Ballad of the Sad Cafe 1991 Marvin Macy
The Will Rogers Follies 1991 TV Movie Will Rogers
Madonna: The Immaculate Collection 1990 Video Boyfriend (segment “Material Girl”)
Judgment 1990 TV Movie Pete Guitry
Daddy’s Dyin’… Who’s Got the Will? 1990 Clarence
The Bachelor 1990 Doctor Emil Gräsler
Confessional 1989 TV Series Liam Devline
Samuel Fuller’s Street of No Return 1989 Michael
Cold Feet 1989 Monte Latham
The Forgotten 1989 TV Movie Captain Tom Watkins
The Revenge of Al Capone 1989 TV Movie Michael Rourke
My Father, My Son 1988 TV Movie Lt. Elmo Zumwalt III
Backfire 1988 Reed
The Moderns 1988 Nick Hart
Stones for Ibarra 1988 TV Movie Richard Everton
Eye on the Sparrow 1987 TV Movie James Lee
Murder Ordained 1987 TV Movie Trooper John Rule
The Inquiry 1987 Tito Valerio Tauro
Half a Lifetime 1986 TV Movie J.J.
A Winner Never Quits 1986 TV Movie Pete Gray
Trouble in Mind 1985 Coop
Blackout 1985 TV Movie Allen Devlin
Scorned and Swindled 1984 TV Movie John Boslett
Maria’s Lovers 1984 Clarence Butts
Choose Me 1984 Mickey
Chiefs 1983 TV Mini-Series Foxy Funderburke
Southern Comfort 1981 Spencer
The Long Riders 1980 Jim Younger
A Rumor of War 1980 TV Mini-Series Lt. Murph McCoy
An Almost Perfect Affair 1979 Hal Raymond
Old Boyfriends 1979 Wayne Van Til
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band 1978 Our Guests at Heartland
Pretty Baby 1978 Bellocq
The Duellists 1977 d’Hubert
Welcome to L.A. 1976 Carroll Barber
Lumiere 1976 David
Nashville 1975 Tom Frank
The Godchild 1974 TV Movie Lt. Lewis
You and Me 1974 Death Guy
Arrivano Joe e Margherito 1974 Joe
Thieves Like Us 1974 Bowie
Antoine et Sébastien 1974 John
Hex 1973 Whizzer
Idaho Transfer 1973 Arthur
Emperor of the North 1973 Cigaret
Kung Fu 1972-1973 TV Series Middle Caine


Title Year Status Character
Ain’t Them Bodies Saints 2013 performer: “The Lights”
Halloween II 2009 performer: “I’m Easy” / writer: “I’m Easy”
Qwerty TV Series performer – 1 episode, 2007 writer – 1 episode, 2007
The Californians 2005 performer: “Little Boxes”
Our Very Own 2005 performer: “Our Very Own” / writer: “Our Very Own”
Ronin 1998 performer: “Our Favorite Son”
Great Performances 1995 TV Series performer – 1 episode
The 66th Annual Academy Awards 1994 TV Special performer: “A Wink and a Smile”
The 45th Annual Tony Awards 1991 TV Special performer: “Favorite Son”
Maria’s Lovers 1984 lyrics: “Maria’s Eyes” / performer: “Maria’s Eyes”
The Long Riders 1980 performer: “The Girl I Left Behind Me” – uncredited
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band 1978 performer: “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” Finale
Welcome to L.A. 1976 performer: “Welcome to L.A.”, “Welcome To L.A.”, “Interlude – The Best Temptation Of All”, “City Of The One Night Stands”
The 48th Annual Academy Awards 1976 TV Special performer: “I’m Easy” / writer: “I’m Easy”
Nashville 1975 lyrics: “It Don’t Worry Me”, “Honey” / music: “It Don’t Worry Me”, “Honey” / performer: “I’m Easy”, “Honey”, “Since You’ve Gone” / writer: “I’m Easy”

Music Department

Title Year Status Character
Monte Walsh 2003 TV Movie composer: song “Cowboy Lullabye”
Falcons 2002 composer: song “Northern Light
Cahoots 2001 composer: song “Lonesome Wolf”
The Ballad of the Sad Cafe 1991 composer: song “Sweet Peaches”


Title Year Status Character
The Carradines Together 1979 Documentary
You and Me 1974


Title Year Status Character
Terroir 2014 executive producer
The Forgotten 1989 TV Movie executive producer

Art Department

Title Year Status Character
The Moderns 1988 artist


Title Year Status Character
Dieter & Andreas 1989 Short grateful acknowledgment


Title Year Status Character
Entertainment Tonight 2016 TV Series Himself
TCM Presents SHANE: Plus a Hundred More Great Westerns 2016 TV Mini-Series Himself – Host
Hollywood Health Report 2016 TV Series Himself
Fargo: Greetings from Bemidji 2014 Video documentary short Himself – ‘Lou Solverson’
Fargo: This Is a True Story 2014 Documentary short Himself – ‘Lou Solverson’
The Roosevelts: An Intimate History 2014 TV Series documentary
Altman 2014 Documentary Himself
Making ‘Southern Comfort’ 2014 Video short Himself
Behind the Scenes of Dakota’s Summer 2014 Video documentary short Himself
The 67th Annual Tony Awards 2013 TV Movie documentary Himself – Nominee: Best Featured Actor in a Musical
Igniting the Sky: The Making of Cowboys & Aliens 2011 Video documentary short Himself
Halves of a Dream: Making Trouble in Mind 2010 Video documentary Himself
Stuart Mossman: A Modern Stradivari 2010 Documentary Himself
E! True Hollywood Story 2000-2009 TV Series documentary Himself
The 62nd Annual Tony Awards 2008 TV Special Himself – Audience Member
Dream No Little Dream: The Life and Legacy of Robert S. Kerr 2007 TV Movie documentary Narrator
11th Annual Prism Awards 2007 TV Special Himself – Winner
Hair, Let the Sun Shine In 2007 TV Movie documentary Himself
9th Annual Prism Awards 2005 TV Special Himself
The 31st Annual People’s Choice Awards 2005 TV Special Himself
The 6th Annual Family Television Awards 2004 TV Special Himself – Winner
Ultimate Toy Awards 2004 2004 TV Special documentary Host
Wild West Tech 2003-2004 TV Series documentary Himself – Host
Gettysburg and Stories of Valor: Civil War Minutes III 2004 Documentary Narrator
AFI’s 100 Years… 100 Songs: America’s Greatest Music in the Movies 2004 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Sharon Osbourne Show 2004 TV Series Himself – Guest
The Wayne Brady Show 2004 TV Series Himself – Guest
Making ‘Deadwood’: The Show Behind the Show 2004 TV Short documentary Himself
The Making of ‘Street of No Return’ 2002 Short documentary Himself
Intimate Portrait 2001 TV Series documentary Himself
The Directors 1997 TV Series documentary Himself
The 18th Annual CableACE Awards 1996 TV Special Himself – Presenter
The West 1996 TV Series documentary
Late Night with Conan O’Brien 1994-1995 TV Series Himself – Guest
Great Performances 1995 TV Series Himself
Moviewatch 1995 TV Series documentary Himself – Interviewee
Cinema 3 1994 TV Series Himself
Baseball 1994 TV Mini-Series documentary Various / Himself
The 66th Annual Academy Awards 1994 TV Special Himself – Performer: A Wink and a Smile
Omnibus 1992 TV Series documentary Himself
CBS This Morning 1992 TV Series Himself
The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts 1991 TV Special Himself
The 45th Annual Tony Awards 1991 TV Special Himself – Performer & Nominee: Best Leading Actor in a Musical
Showbiz Today 1991 TV Series Himself
BAFTA British Academy Awards 1989 TV Special Himself
The 36th Primetime Emmy Awards 1984 TV Special Himself – Nominated: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or a Special
The Best of Sex and Violence 1982 Documentary Himself – Cameo appearance (uncredited)
The 39th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1982 TV Special documentary Himself
The Alan Thicke Show 1980-1981 TV Series Himself – Guest
The Mike Douglas Show 1976-1980 TV Series Himself – Actor / Himself – Guest / Himself – Co-Host
The Merv Griffin Show 1980 TV Series Himself – Guest
The Carradines Together 1979 Documentary Himself
Saturday Night Live 1977 TV Series Himself
The 48th Annual Academy Awards 1976 TV Special Himself – Performer & Winner: Best Original Song
It’s Your Bet 1972 TV Series Himself

Won Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2007 Prism Award Prism Awards Performance in a TV-Movie Our Very Own (2005)
2002 Artistic Excellence Award Great Lakes Film Festival
1998 Golden Boot Golden Boot Awards
1998 Bronze Wrangler Western Heritage Awards Television Feature Film Last Stand at Saber River (1997)
1993 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Television Awarded on July 15, 1993 at 6233 Hollywood Blvd.
1976 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Music, Original Song Nashville (1975)
1976 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Original Song – Motion Picture Nashville (1975)

Nominated Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2005 Prism Award Prism Awards Performance in a Comedy Series Complete Savages (2004)
2005 Golden Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actor in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television Deadwood (2004)
2004 Gold Derby TV Award Gold Derby Awards Drama Guest Actor Deadwood (2004)
2004 OFTA Television Award Online Film & Television Association Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series Deadwood (2004)
2002 Edda Award Edda Awards, Iceland Actor of the Year (Leikari ársins í aðalhlutverki) Fálkar (2002)
1987 ACE CableACE Awards Actor in a Theatrical or Dramatic Special Half a Lifetime (1986)
1984 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or a Special Chiefs (1983)
1976 Grammy Grammy Awards Album of Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Special Nashville (1975)

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