American actors died in Erotic asphyxiation

Here are 2 famous actors from United States of America died in Erotic asphyxiation:

David Carradine

David Carradine (December 8, 1936 Hollywood-June 3, 2009 Bangkok) otherwise known as John Arthur Carradine, Jack Carradine, John A. Carradine, Mr. Cool or Jack was an American actor, martial artist, musician, singer-songwriter, television director, film producer, television producer, film director and voice actor. He had three children, Kansas Carradine, Calista Carradine and Tom Carradine.

David Carradine rose to fame in the 1970s for his role as Kwai Chang Caine in the TV series "Kung Fu." He had a diverse career in both film and television, often playing tough, unconventional characters. In addition to acting, Carradine was also a skilled martial artist, incorporating his skills into many of his performances.

Carradine continued to act throughout his life, appearing in over 100 films and television shows. He also worked as a producer, director and writer. Some of his most notable film roles include Bill in Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill" movies and Frankenstein in "Death Race 2000."

Unfortunately, Carradine's life ended tragically in Bangkok in 2009. He was found dead in a hotel room, having apparently died from autoerotic asphyxiation. His death shocked fans and friends alike, and remains a controversial topic to this day.

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Albert Dekker

Albert Dekker (December 20, 1905 Brooklyn-May 5, 1968 Hollywood) also known as Albert Decker, Albert Van Ecke, Thomas Albert Ecke Van Dekker or Albert van Dekker was an American politician and actor. He had three children, John Van Dekker, Benjamin Van Dekker and Jan Van Dekker.

As an actor, Albert Dekker had a successful career in film, television, and theater. He appeared in over 70 films, including "Dr. Cyclops" (1940), "The Killers" (1946), and "Kiss Me Deadly" (1955). In addition to his work in Hollywood, he also performed on Broadway and originated the role of Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde in the stage production of "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde."

In addition to his acting career, Dekker was also involved in politics. He served as a Democratic member of the California State Assembly from 1945 to 1946 and was a vocal advocate for social justice and civil rights.

Dekker's death in 1968 was controversial and surrounded in mystery. He was found dead in his Hollywood home, hanging from a rope and naked, with explicit writing scrawled on his body. Despite rumors of foul play, the death was ruled a suicide by the Los Angeles County Coroner's office.

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