'Kung Fu' Star to Sell Calif. Home
Sep. 15, 2001
LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Actor David Carradine has decided to sell his San Fernando Valley home, according to his publicist.
The former ``Kung Fu'' star is asking $734,000 for the ranch-style house, which has four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, said the publicist, Nancy Harding.
The home sits on a half-acre of land and has a black-bottom lagoon pool, a spa, a tropical waterfall, fruit trees and a flower garden.
Carradine lived in the house for a year with his wife, who filed for divorce in June citing irreconcilable differences, Harding said.
The actor has since moved out but still lives in the Los Angeles area, she said.
``Kung Fu,'' a mystical Western drama, was on TV from 1972-75 and attracted a cult following. Carradine played a Shaolin priest hero, Kwai Chang Caine, the son of Chinese and American parents who was orphaned and raised by monks.