Michael Parks, born in Corona, Calif., made his film debut in "The Wild Seed" (1965) when he was twenty-seven years old. Soon he made appearances as a troubled ex-serviceman in the William Inge adaptation "Bus Riley's Back in Town" (1965), "The Bible" (1966), "The Idol" (1966), and in "The Happening" (1968).
But is was his appearance as a traveling vagabond on a motorbike in "Then Came Bronson" (1969), and the television series that followed, that endeared Parks to millions of fans across the country and the world. He even began a singing career because of the show.
Parks has appeared in over fifty films made for the silver screen or television. Most recently he has appeared in a few Quentin Tarantino productions like "From Dusk Till Dawn" (1996) and "Kill Bill (Vol. 1)" (2003).
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