Hunter Carson (born December 26, 1975) is an American actor, screenwriter, producer and director.
Carson was born in
Los Angeles, California, the son of actress Karen Black and actor, producer, screenwriter and director L. M. Kit Carson. He is the stepson of [1 ] Stephen Eckelberry and stepbrother of Celine Eckelberry, Stephen's daughter. He made his first national appearance in October 1976, at the age of nine months, when his mother hosted " Saturday Night Live." During her opening monologue, Black held Hunter in her arms the entire time. Carson's first acting role was in the film , portraying the character of Hunter Henderson. The film Paris, Texas was adapted for the screen by his father, Paris, Texas L. M. Kit Carson. Hunter Carson received strong reviews for his performance in the film. He then starred in the 1986 remake of [2 ] , where he co-starred with his mother Invaders from Mars Karen Black. [3 ]
He played Bud Bundy in an unaired early pilot of
. He played a "crazy killer boyfriend" in the 2010 horror film Married... with Children . She's Crushed
He co-directed with Alejandro Itkin the 2013 feature film
Single in South Beach, a romantic drama starring Kevin Sorbo. He also directed the short [4 ] With It (2004), about a failed hitman, which Andrew Dansby says echoes the offbeat yet deliberate and contemplative approach of Wenders in Paris, Texas. [5 ]
He is a graduate of
References [ edit ]
^ "Hunter Carson globetrotter at 2", United Press International in , March 3, 1978. Altus Times-Democrat
^ Jim Calio, Gail Buchalter, "A 9-Year-Old Handful Named Hunter Carson Scores a Stunning Acting Debut in , Paris, Texas" , March 25, 1985. People
^ Bruce Cook, "Mother, Son Work Happily Together In , Invaders From Mars" , reprinted in Los Angeles Daily News , June 17, 1986. The Vindicator
^ Sandwell, Ian (November 5, 2012). "Arrow Entertainment acquires Single in South Beach". Screen International.
^ Dansby, Andrew (December 10, 2004). "Life on a well-traveled road; Love it or hate it, 'Paris, Texas' still is talked about". Houston Chronicle. p. STAR 1.
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