Actor David Carradine has thanked director Quentin Tarantino for reviving his career in the Kill Bill movies.

The 67-year-old star of '70s TV series KUNG FU joins the likes of JOHN TRAVOLTA, Pam Grier and Robert Forster, whose careers have all been rescued by roles in a Tarantino movie.

Carradine says, "Quentin's famous for finding an actor who's on the sidelines or being an outsider at the time, pulling him in and catapulting him back into the centre of the industry.

"And that's cool, but the other thing that he does is he changes those people. He did that for me. He freed me from some of the limitations I guess I'd put on myself for being a certain kind of actor. He opened me up, for sure, and I had a great time too."

23/04/2004 03:07