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MICHAEL PARKS LP SIGNED AUTOGRAPH BLUE

Parks, Michael LP Signed Autograph Blue
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Parks, Michael LP Signed Autograph Blue
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Parks, Michael LP Signed Autograph Blue
THIS IS AN AUTHENTICALLY AUTOGRAPHED LP BY MICHAEL PARKS..

MICHAEL PARKS(STEREO MGM SE 4717)BLUE. PHOTO COVER IS SIGNED BY MICHAEL PARKS. CONDITION OF THE VINYL,COVER, AND AUTOGRAPH IS VG PLUS.

Michael Parks (born April 24, 1940)[1] is an American actor and singer. He has appeared in almost 50 films and has made frequent TV appearances, but is probably best known for his work in recent years with Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez as well as his 1969 television series Then Came Bronson.

Parks first gained recognition in the role of Adam in John Huston's The Bible: In the Beginning (1966) and as the star of the television series Then Came Bronson from 1969-1970. He also sang the theme song for the show, "Long Lonesome Highway," which became a Top 40 hit in 1970. Albums he recorded under MGM include Closing The Gap (1969), Long Lonesome Highway (1970), and Blue. He also had various 45 rpm records of songs included on these albums. Other early roles included an appearance in two NBC series, the legal drama Sam Benedict in the role of Larry Wilcox in the 1962 episode entitled "Too Many Strangers" and the medical drama The Eleventh Hour, in the role of Mark Reynolds in the 1963 segment "Pressure Breakdown". He also appeared in The China Lake Murders and Stranger by Night, having portrayed a police officer in both.

He subsequently played Philip Colby during the second season (1986-1987) of Dynasty spin-off series The Colbys. He also played Jean Renault, on Twin Peaks.

He appeared as Irish mob boss Tommy O'Shea in Death Wish V: The Face of Death (1994), French-Canadian drug runner Jean Renault in the television series Twin Peaks, Doctor Banyard in Deceiver (1997), Texas Ranger Earl McGraw in From Dusk Till Dawn (1996), which was written by Tarantino and directed by Rodriguez, and then took a leading role as Ambrose Bierce in its straight-to-video prequel From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter (2000). He also played two roles in Tarantino's Kill Bill, reprising Earl McGraw in Vol. 1, and playing Esteban Vihaio in Vol. 2. He has most recently reprised the role of Earl McGraw in both segments of the Tarantino/Rodriguez film Grindhouse.

His son, James Parks, is also an actor. He has played the son of his father's character, Earl McGraw, three times: Kill Bill, From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money, and Tarantino's segment Death Proof in Grindhouse.