The last time Broadway audiences saw Keith Carradine, he was showing off his roping skills in the title role of The Will Rogers Follies. In the 15 years since that Tony-nominated performance, Carradine has kept busy on the big and small screens A Thousand Acres, Deadwood and recently played George W. Bush in the L.A. production of David Hare's Stuff Happens. Now he's back in New York as that suave con artist Lawrence Jameson in the hit musical Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Carradine is ready to answer your questions about his new role in Scoundrels, his varied career and his life as part of a stellar acting clan that includes his late father, John, brothers David and Robert and daughter Martha Plimpton.
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