Costar: Carradine Will Go ‘Out With a Bang’

Jun. 9 2009, Published 6:55 a.m. ET

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Lindsey Brooke Brown, co-star in one of David Carradine’s last films 8 For Infinity, spoke with about the actors penultimate performance.

“The movie is a great tribute to him but I think David is going to go out with a bang with this film,” Brown tells us of the eight-minute short in which Carradine plays the devil.

“The whole film is about death, dealing with things in your life before death.”

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Brown says that Carradine was sexually open on-set, but still a devout family man.

“He said that he wasn’t in his prime anymore, he wasn’t performing the way that he once was.  I do know that David promoted having sex, he just said ‘My body isn’t working as it once did.’  Everyone laughed,” Brown told us.

While he freely shared his sexuality and was “intense always,” according to Brown, his wife and family were foremost in his mind.

“There was a big question as to whether or not his character the devil was married and they wanted David to take off his wedding ring, and he said ‘I will not take off my wedding ring. I’m scared to take it off.’”

Despite such a dark role, Brown maintains Carradine seemed happy and at peace, personally.

“He had come to terms with what he was in life and where he was and he was happy.  When it first came out that it was suicide we knew that it wasn’t possible.  He never talked about death at all on the set,” said Brown.

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